Providing Successful Results In Lebanon, Tennessee, And Surrounding Areas
Case 1: D.H.
Wilson County Criminal Court — client was charged with a DUI on I-40 heading in the wrong direction from where he told the officer he thought he was going. After setting the case for trial and further negotiations with the assistant district attorney, client plead to reckless driving, resulting in no loss of license, a minimal fine and less jail time.
Case 2: J.H.
Wilson County Criminal Court — client was charged with possession of 19 grams of cocaine with intent to sell. Client was set up through a confidential informant and believed to be selling cocaine out of his home and business. After filing a motion to suppress over two hours of video and audio surveillance, the assistant district attorney offered a suspended six-year sentence to my client prior to the motion to suppress being argued. Client was looking at serving a double-digit sentence if convicted; he ended up never stepping foot in the jail.
Case 3: D.W.
Rutherford County Criminal Court — client was charged with possession of marijuana in a drug-free school zone, a felony in Tennessee. If convicted my client was looking to serve up to two years in jail. After reviewing the video surveillance from the Smyrna Police officer’s patrol car of the stop, I filed a motion to suppress the stop. Client was offered a misdemeanor possession plea, 30 days suspended sentence and a minimal fine.
Case 4: J.W.
Wilson County Criminal Court — Client was charged with two counts of statutory rape. After discussion with the assistant district attorney regarding the discovery and possible outcomes at trial, the client was offered a plea deal in lieu of trial. Client utilized his right to a diversion of his conviction and plead to one count of statutory rape that will not go on his record, no sex offender registry requirement and no jail time.
Case 5: D.B.
Wilson County Criminal Court — Client was involved in a fight at school that involved several people, and the client had a co-defendant as well. After reviewing the multiple videos of the incident from students and school personnel, we were able to work out a retirement of the charges against our client. No jail time, no fines and no conviction.