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Lannom Williams Law Group - Providing criminal defense and civil trial practice for Wilson County, Tennessee

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Lebanon, TN 37087
615.444.2900
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Success for Our Middle Tennessee Clients
The following facts represent a sample of our many successful case results.
Please feel free to call our office at (615) 444-2900, or fill out our online contact form at the bottom of this page.
Read More Violation: Due Care Violation; Failure to Yield

Result: Not Guilty Verdict

My client was charged with a due care violation and failure to yield after entering the interstate from the shoulder and being rear ended.  My client had been on the roadway and still had his emergency lights before being hit.  After a trial, my client was found not guilty and no points were issued against his CDL license.  
Read More Violation: Violation of Probation

Result: Jail Time Avoided

Defendant pleads guilty to Driving Under the Influence and is placed on probation. While on probation, the defendant commits two thefts in two separate counties and pleads guilty to both. After a hearing and submitting over 30 documents, the Judge did not put the sentence into effect.  The probation violation sentence would have resulted in the defendant being incarcerated for the next 8 months, inclusive of credit for time served.  Because of our representation, jail time was avoided.
Read More Violation: Assault

Result: Not Guilty Verdict

My client, a sixty-seven year-old Registered Nurse, is charged with assault by two 19 year-olds as a result of an argument on a golf course. The client was accused of striking one of the young men with a golf club. Even though the State had offered to dismiss the charges after one year on the payment of court cost, the client felt she was innocent and took the case to trial. A not guilty verdict was rendered. 
Read More Violation: DUI and Violation of Implied Consent

Result: Original charges dismissed; $50.00 fine

Client charged with DUI around the city limits of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. The client had worked a 12 hour shift, spent some time with his girlfriend, and attempted to go home. On the way home he states he fell asleep and totaled his car. Upon the arrival of the State Trooper, the trooper alleged my client smelled of alcohol. The trooper requested he take a blood alcohol test, which was refused. The defendant was arrested and charged with DUI and violation of the implied consent law. After a careful review of the video tape, it was determined that the officer did not properly advise the client of the consequences of failing to consent to the request for a blood alcohol test; therefore, avoiding any license suspension under the implied consent law. The firm's investigator obtained photos of the serious accident, as well as my client's payroll records. This proved that any field sobriety test given would have certainly been affected by the client's involvement in a serious crash, and his work records support that he was likely to have been tired from excessive work hours. Based on the wreck, driving tired, and as a result of our litigation, the DUI charge and the implied consent violation were both dismissed and the client pled guilty to reckless driving receiving a $50.00 fine. 
Read More Violation: Felon in the Possession of a Firearm

Result: Misdemeanor charge

Client was charged with the offense of felon in the possession of a firearm in Putnam County, Tennessee. The offense is a class E felony, carrying a possible sentence of one to six years. Despite felon convictions from 16 years ago, the client held a real estate license which was in jeopardy as a result of this new felony allegation. While any criminal offense can place a real estate license in jeopardy, a misdemeanor offense would most likely allow him retain his license, while a felony offense was likely to cause him to lose his license. Even though the client confessed the gun found was his gun, we proceeded with an investigation. A close review of the State Trooper's video tape showed that he had made statements supporting our claim that he intended to manufacture a false drug sniff to justify a search of the vehicle. The trooper had undue delay the client's seizure without cause to wait on another trooper's arrival with the drug dog. As a result of the investigation, an agreement was negotiated which allowed my client to plead guilty to a minor misdemeanor offense - avoiding the felony, jail, and retaining his real estate license.  
Read More Violation: Aggravated Assault

Result: All charges dismissed

Our client was indicted for the felony offense of Aggravated Assault in the Wilson County Criminal Court. She was accused by a man who told police he was a guest in his girlfriend's home when she pulled a knife on him, threatened him, and then slapped him. After interviewing the witness, we learned the "man" was, in fact, the boyfriend of our client. Our client was upset that he was seeing another woman. When confronted, the man advised that our client should call the woman, invite her over and get to the bottom of the issue, which our client did. The result was the invited woman admitted she was absolutely dating the man and wanted to know why he was at our client's home. Needless to say, the man found himself in quite an uncomfortable situation. Witness confirmed he hid in a bedroom after refusing to leave our client's home but no weapons or threats were involved. All charges were dismissed. 
Read More Violation: 3 Counts of Aggravated Burglary, 1 Count Burglary

Result: Probation

Client was charged with three aggravated burglaries and one count of burglary. Unfortunately, the burglary account involved a large local church and the use of their credit cards at Wal-Mart. The client gave a full statement of her involvement to police at the urging of her grandfather. High emotions were brought out from the community related to the church burglary. Using the client's cooperation and positive background, after well over a year of litigation, an agreement was reached with some extensive probation. The client avoided all jail time and entered a plea under judicial diverison, so upon completion of the probation the client will have NO criminal record. It always feels good to give a young person a shot at a positive future. 
Read More Violation: Driving Under the Influence, 2 Counts of Possession of Controlled Substances

Result: Charges dismissed, Fine, No impact on driving privileges

Client was stopped in Carthage, Tennessee for DUI and two counts of possession of controlled substances.  Client agreed to a toxicology test which showed .058% of blood alcohol content and the presence of three drugs.  After a showing that the drug amounts were not sufficient for impairment and a thorough investigation, all charges were dismissed, with the exception of the DUI.  The charge of DUI was amended to reckless driving, a fifty dollar fine, and no impact on the client's driving privileges. All drug charges were dismissed after appropriate pharmacy records showing client and his wife had proper prescriptions. 

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