As a DUI lawyer, I am aware of the fact that most of my visitors are not on this website based upon a positive experience that they or a loved one has recently had. Based upon my experience with those charged with driving under the influence, you are probably feeling embarrassed or angry for allowing yourself to be placed in this horrible position; however, you may feel like you were not impaired or that the officer did not do the right thing by charging you with driving under the influence.
As a DUI lawyer, I know that most people charged with driving under the influence are hardworking, decent people that had a bad night. Some people charged with driving under the influence were not impaired, stopped for no reason, or were given field sobriety tests that were not instructed or conducted properly. Others believe they made a mistake and need an attorney to help navigate them through the process of going through our court system. Whether you fall into the category of the former or the latter, the consequences of a DUI conviction in the State of Tennessee are so severe that you need a DUI lawyer that can help you make the right decision.
Although nobody is perfect, the consequences of one bad night in the State of Tennessee can result in a DUI conviction that will follow you for the rest of your life. The immediate consequences of jail time, fines, and probation are minimal compared to the long term effects surrounding a conviction for driving under the influence. If you are found guilty of driving under the influence based upon one bad night, then that conviction will follow you to the grave. I cannot count the number of times I have met with people that are trying to apply for a job but can't because of a DUI conviction twenty years ago.
If you have been charged with driving under the influence in the State of Tennessee, I encourage you to call my office to set up a free case evaluation. However, in order to do a proper case evaluation, I need you to fill out our CLIENT INTAKE FORM. Although this form may seem exhaustive, I assure you that every question is relevant and will allow me to make a proper case evaluation. If you are unsure of the answer or don't remember, then please note that on the form and we can discuss that in our initial meeting.
I appreciate your time and look forward to meeting with you.
Nathan is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and obtained his juris doctorate at the Nashville School of Law. Before graduating law school, he was employed as a judicial magistrate in his hometown of McMinnville, Tennessee. Shortly thereafter, Nathan spent time as the DUI Coordinator for the District Attorney's Office in Williamson County, Tennessee. After finishing law school, Nathan spent time as a DUI prosecutor for Williamson, Hickman, Lewis, and Perry counties.
Nathan has extensive experience in the area of DUI law. As a DUI prosecutor, Nathan has conducted several jury trials, hearings, and participated in officer training programs.
Nathan is a member of the National College of DUI Defense (NCDD), Tennessee Bar Association, Williamson County Bar Association, and Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (TACDL).
Although Nathan's practice is primarily in Williamson County, Nathan serves all of Middle Tennessee, including clients in and around Franklin, Brentwood, Thompson's Station, Fairview, Spring Hill, Santa Fe, College Grove, Nolensville, Arrington, Pegram, Primm Springs, Williamsport, Columbia, Burns, Lyles, Antioch, Bon Aqua, Nashville, White Bluff, Kingston Springs, McMinnville, Woodbury, Bedford County, Cannon County, Coffee County, Davidson County, Dickson County, Hickman County, Lawrence County, Lewis County, Marshall County, Maury County, Rutherford County, Sumner County, Warren County, Williamson County and Wilson County.