About Best And Brock

Chattanooga Criminal Defense Lawyers Serving Tennessee

Best And Brock is a Tennessee law firm focused on criminal law. Our firm is named for our two lawyers: Garth Best and Matt Brock, each of whom has been named in the Top 40 Lawyers Under 40 by National Trial Lawyers. We are committed to advocating aggressively for our clients in cases ranging from DUI to violent crimes. With our criminal lawyers in Chattanooga on your side, you can feel confident about your future.

Our Legal Team

As criminal defense attorneys, we understand that the legal system is not set up in favor of defendants. That is why we have shaped our entire practice to be client-centered and compassionate. Our lawyers take special care to explain the court process and ensure that clients feel heard and understood. We understand that a crime does not define a defendant.

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    Garth Best
    Founding Attorney
    Attorney R. Garth Best is an alumnus from the prestigious Virginia Military Institute (Class of 2003). Upon graduation from VMI, he received a degree in International Studies (B.A.) with a concentration in Middle Eastern Studies, as well as a minor in Arabic and Business.
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    Matt Brock
    Founding Attorney
    Matt Brock is an alumnus of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (Class of 2005). Upon graduation from UTK, he received a degree in Political Science (B.A.). While in college Mr. Brock founded an E-Commerce business that he later sold in 2013.
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    Zack England
    Attorney
    Zack W. England is a 2005 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He received his B.A. degree in English magna cum laude. Mr. England obtained his doctorate of jurisprudence from the University of Cincinnati in 2008.
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    Wayne Bridgham
    Attorney
    Wayne grew up in rural Maine, where he learned to love the outdoors and to respect friends, families, and neighbors. He attended Eastern Kentucky University for his undergraduate studies where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.

Respected in the
 Legal Community

In order to best serve our clients, our firm maintains a high level of integrity. We know that a large part of an attorney’s effectiveness rests in their unimpeachable reputation, and our lawyers are conscious of this at all times. Our attorneys are also highly active in the Tennessee legal community and have earned multiple honors and recognition.

These recognitions include:

  • Rising Stars
  • General Member of National College for DUI Defense
  • Member of National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • National Trial Lawyers’ Top 100

In addition, the lawyers of our firm are actively engaged in the broader Tennessee community. Since 2015, Matt Brock has worked to educate the public on general aspects of law and has also spoken more specifically on the laws and legal process around DUI.

Why Choose Best And Brock?

  • Team Oriented Represntation
  • Respected in the Legal Community
  • Easily Accessible
  • Well Trained in DUI Defense
  • Personable and Thorough
  • Experienced Litigators

Let Best And Brock 
Advocate for Your Rights

As a defendant, you have a right to legal counsel. That counsel should be honest with you, answer your questions, and show compassion when faced with your concerns. They should also be effective in the courtroom. At Best And Brock, we know that our relationship to our clients is at the heart of our practice. We combine genuine concern for our clients with strict attention to their legal rights.

The case consultation is free. Call Best And Brock at (423) 829-1043 or contact us here

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