If you are reading this, then it is likely that you or a loved one has recently been charged with DUI (driving under the influence). An experienced Tennessee DUI Lawyer can give you the help and advice you need to make an informed decision. The odds of success drop dramatically if you hire someone that doesn't have the experience or background to help you successfully defend your case. The DUI laws in the State of Tennessee are complicated and require an attorney that can devote his or her entire practice to DUI defense. The consequences are severe. Hire a Tennessee DUI lawyer that is familiar with the DUI laws in the State of Tennessee.
Williamson County, Tennessee prosecutes DUI (driving under the influence) cases more aggressively than any other county in the State of Tennessee. As a former Williamson County DUI prosecutor, Nathan has been responsible for multiple DUI convictions. Today, he has dedicated his practice to helping those arrested for DUI. As a Tennessee DUI lawyer with experience as a DUI prosecutor in one of the most aggressive counties in the State of Tennessee, Nathan has the knowledge and dedication to help you come to the correct result in your case.
The purpose of this website is two-fold. First, it is to provide free information to those that are arrested for DUI in the State of Tennessee. Additionally, the website is also designed to provide those charged with DUI an opportunity to hire an attorney that has the knowledge and experience to help them with their charge. Although Nathan has a wealth of knowledge and experience, he makes no guarantee as to result. The only guarantee he makes is that you will obtain the best possible advice you could receive. That advice may include a plea of guilty, but it also may include a plea of not guilty and a jury trial. Everyone's case is different.
This website is also a good source of information for current DUI events in the State of Tennessee. If you are interested in DUI cases, then click our DUI Blog to learn more about what is happening in the world of DUIs in the State of Tennessee. Since it is a blog dedicated to DUI arrests and news, the content is never boring!
Navigate this website to help educate yourself on the DUI laws in the State of Tennessee. Once you know what you are up against, you can more easily decide to hire a lawyer that has the knowledge and experience to guide you to the best possible result.The navigation bar to your left will tell you everything you need to know about DUI laws in the State of Tennessee. This website discusses everything from penalties to the cost of an ignition interlock device. If you are curious about Tennessee's DUI laws, then you have come to the right place. If you are charged with a DUI in the State of Tennessee, please contact Nathan for a free consultation.
Additionally, if you have been arrested for DUI, then you were probably asked to conduct a series of field sobriety tests. Although these tests may seem very technical and intimidating, they are actually quite simple and are not always an accurate indication of a person's level of impairment. If you are put through these tests, it is important to hire an attorney that actually knows how to perform those tests.
Nathan graduated Middle Tennessee State University in 2007 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and graduated Nashville School of Law in 2013. Before graduating law school, he was employed as a judicial commissioner in his hometown of McMinnville, Tennessee. Shortly thereafter, he was hired as the DUI Coordinator for the District Attorney’s Office in Williamson County. After finishing law school, he spent time as a DUI Prosecutor for Williamson, Hickman, Lewis, and Perry Counties. His experience in DUI Prosecution includes conducting jury trials, hearings, and plea negotiations with defense attorneys.
He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Williamson County Bar Association, and TACDL (Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers). His primary practice areas include DUI Defense, Criminal Defense, Juvenile Matters, and Family Law.