NASHVILLE CRIMINAL LAWYERS | CASE STUDIES
I received a call from a young man who was stationed with the Army on his second tour in Iraq. He had been cooperating for a period of time with federal DEA agents in a multinational steroid conspiracy. He had just received an email from a DEA agent letting him know the government (unexpectedly) would indict him.
Conspiracy to Possess Anabolic Steroids with Intent to Distribute and Possession of Anabolic Steroids with Intent to Distribute.
21 U.S.C/ 841(a)(1) and 21 U.S.C. 846.
The possible prison time is up to 20 years.
Criminal defense case study of a juvenile client arrested on a probation violation warrant in Nashville, TN. Our client was charged with violating his conditions of felony probation after a search warrant was executed on a Nashville home where our client previously resided. During the search, firearms, ammo, drugs, and drug paraphernalia were alleged to have been discovered.
Violation of Probation for allegedly failing to report to his Probation Officer and being in possession of firearms and drugs. The underlying charges for which on probation were misdemeanor possession of handgun, felony evading arrest in motor vehicle, and misdemeanor leaving the scene of an accident.
TCA § 40-35-311, TCA § 39-17-1307, TCA § 39-16-603(b, TCA § 55-10-101
Civil defense of an Order of Protection case study of a client who was accused of stalking and threatening the mother of his children and former girlfriend in Nashville.
Order of protection
Domestic violence lawyer case study of a client accused of domestic assault by her daughter in Davidson County. If the case was not dismissed, out client would also face a probation violation charge for a previous DUI.
This is a study of a criminal case wherein our client was in the U.S. on a work visa and was indicted on four felony charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Nashville after an incident at his home involving his extreme intoxication and his girlfriend and her three children.
Aggravated Assault (four counts).
Order of protection case study of a client accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend via texts, accessing her email, and other online accounts.
Ex Parte Order of Protection and Order of Protection.
Our client and her husband were charged with trafficking over 300 pounds of marijauna from the border town of McAllen, Texas, through Nashville. They were actually running the drugs for the Mexican cartel, but they were arrested with the 300 pounds of marijauna still in their vehicle as they drove through Nashville.
Possession with Intent to Deliver Class VI Drug (marijauna).
T.C.A. 39-17-417; 40-35-111; and T.C.A. 40-35-112. The possible penalties for this offence are a range of 15 to 25 years (because she had no criminal history and was a Range 1 Offender) and up to a $500,000 fine (specially set fine for drug cases).
Criminal defense case study of a client charged with misdemeanor theft and publicly defamed (by the accuser) after taking a stray cat that attacked his cat on his property out into the woods for disposal in Cheatham County, Tennessee.
Theft under $1,000.