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Dismissing a Case Without the Courtroom

Success as a Criminal Defense Attorney can take many forms. It can be a jury verdict of “not guilty,” or a successful plea negotiation in court.

Common Probation Violations

If a person pleads guilty or is found guilty of a crime, that person’s sentence may include some amount of probation. As noted in an earlier post,..

Social Media’s Impact on Your Defense Case

Just about everybody has at least one social media account these days. The pictures and updates you include on these accounts might seem harmless, but..

An Introduction to Probation

We’ve all heard the phrase on TV and in movies, but what really is “probation?” 

As a criminal defense attorney in middle Tennessee, we’re well-acquainted..

Defending Against DUI Charges

Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a serious crime. There are numerous disastrous possible outcomes from this, which is why DUI is..

Courtroom Success: Keeping a Client’s Record Clean for the Future

A criminal record can have a serious impact on your personal life. It can make it more difficult to find a job, it can cost you your right to vote, it can..

DUI: Case Dismissed

Driving under the influence is one of the most common crimes to be prosecuted. This is a serious charge. Anyone facing the potential jail time, loss of..

Fruit of the Poisonous Tree: Developing Evidence for Suppression Issues

Each case presents its own challenges and opportunities. Having an attorney who understands the law — as well as the questions to ask — can be the..

A Criminal Defense Attorney Explains The Criminal Court Process In Middle TN

The Criminal Court process can be confusing to those who have not been exposed to it before. It’s very different than what is portrayed on television...

Know Your Rights: Marijuana Possession Defense In Tennessee

Unlike many states, possession of any amount of marijuana in the State of Tennessee is a criminal offense. If an amount of one-half (1/2) ounce or less of..


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