Facing Charges For A Violent Crime? You Need An Aggressive Defense.
Here in Middle Tennessee, convictions for violent crimes can result in long sentences, and courts only grant probation in rare cases. With your freedom and your future at stake, you should be seeking the tools you need to mount an aggressive defense. Law enforcement officials are required to protect your rights, but that does not mean they will not use tactics to get you to waive those rights without you even realizing it. It is up to you to protect your rights and interests even if you believe you have nothing to hide.
Police may attempt to get you to consent to a search of your home, vehicle or any other place where the law provides you an expectation of privacy. If they ask for your consent, politely refuse until they receive a valid search warrant and consult with an attorney before they return. Moreover, you do not have to talk to police about the allegations against you. You have the right talk to an attorney before answering any questions.
Take Advantage Of Our Years Of Experience
With over 55 years of combined experience, the attorneys at Waldron, Fann & Parsley, Attorneys at Law, are prepared to offer you knowledgeable and aggressive representation. Since we take a team approach to your criminal defense, you receive the maximum benefit of our experience. Our attorneys represent individuals like you in a variety of cases involving violent crimes, such as the following:
- Aggravated robbery
- Aggravated kidnapping
The discussion during your free initial consultation will center on the facts involved in your case and the potential penalties you face, along with how we can help you. A thorough investigation may identify holes in the prosecution’s case and violations of your rights. After exploring all of the options available to you, we provide you with a frank and honest assessment of your case.
Our lawyers prepare for trial but explore other alternatives, such as plea agreements, if the evidence against you is strong and going to trial would be an unnecessary gamble and not in your best interests. The goal is to limit the penalties you may face if we do not believe a dismissal or acquittal of the charges is feasible.