Criminal Defense

Experienced in Nashville & Middle Tennessee
Criminal Defense Cases.

If you've been charged with a crime, or are being investigated for a crime, then you need a skilled and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer to represent you against the Government. Don't plead guilty without first speaking to a qualified Tennessee criminal lawyer. And don't delay in obtaining counsel today—it’s the first step toward a successful case result! Also keep in mind that you can request a completely free consultation, so you don’t have to worry about spending money just to see if you have a case.

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At the Law Office of Bryan Stephenson, we have years of experience working criminal defense cases.  With every case, we make sure that our clients always feel both comfortable and well informed. We understand that legal proceedings can be a difficult time for all parties involved, and we’re always sure to take time to get to know clients on a personal basis so that we can help them come to the right solution for their particular circumstances.

Nashville criminal attorney Bryan Stephenson is a former Assistant District Attorney who no longer works for the government; but rather, he works for people like you, defending folks accused of committing crimes. He loves what he does, and takes great enjoyment and pride in helping out his clients through some of the toughest times of their lives. He keeps abreast of the ever-changing developments in the law so that he can best represent his clients, and is an active member in the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Nashville Bar Association. He is familiar with the criminal justice system and both Federal and Tennessee criminal laws, working at both the trial and appellate levels. He is well-equipped to defend you on the following types of charges:

  • Criminal Defense (state, federal, and juvenile courts)
  • Felony Offenses
  • Misdemeanor Offenses
  • DUI Offenses
  • Drug Crimes (possession w/ intent, sales, delivery, simple possession)
  • Violent Crimes (robbery, burglary, kidnapping, assault, vandalism, harassment)
  • White Collar Crimes (embezzlement, theft, fraud)
  • Alcohol-related Crimes (public intoxication, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct)
  • Probation and Parole Violations
  • Expungements