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Chattanooga Criminal Defense Attorney
For the dedicated defense, you need to avoid potential penalties accompanying a conviction in Tennessee state court, have one of our criminal defense lawyers protect you. At Davis & Hoss, PC, we have more than 35 combined years of experience. Since the foundation of our firm, we have built our reputation as a legal team that consistently pursues the best interests of our clients.
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No matter how serious the charges you face, we are ready to offer the support you need. Call our firm at (423) 266-0605 today to schedule a free consultation with a Chattanooga criminal defense attorney who can provide you with the aggressive defense you need to achieve the best resolution to your criminal defense case. Some of the areas we are prepared to help you with include:
In a curious development over the recent Labor Day weekend, Tennessee Highway Patrol officers working in 10 counties implemented a new procedure meant to keep drunk drivers off the roads. The new...
Are you being accused of causing serious bodily injury to another person as a result of drunk or drugged driving?
In Tennessee, if you received a sentence of 11 months, 29 days, you have received a misdemeanor sentence. Anything more than this is a felony and is typically phrased as a sentence in a number of years.
At Davis & Hoss, PC, many of our recent cases have included probation for a charge of sexual exploitation in criminal court.
Misdemeanor Charges in Tennessee Aggressive Legal Representation in Chattanooga, TN In Tennessee, there are three classes of misdemeanors: Class A, Class B, and Class C. With any misdemeanor, you...
In the state of Tennessee, an arrest warrant is simply a document signed by a judge or court clerk that allows an official to detain the subject of the warrant.
In order to receive government funding, healthcare providers must file claims that document payment information and then submit records to support these claims.