First Degree Murder/Shaken Baby/Abusive Head Trauma Not Guilty
Second Degree Murder Not Guilty
Simple Possession of Marijuana Case Dismissed
Manufacture of Meth Case Dismissed
Murder Charge Dismissed Charge Dismissed
Rape No Charges
Robbery Case Dismissed
Sale, Manufacture and/or Deliver of Schedule VI Penalty Reduced
2 Counts of Aggravated Assault Case Dismissed
Aggravated Sexual Battery Case Dismissed
Also Serving Wilson County & Surrounding Areas
Since 2006, we’ve been defending clients accused of misdemeanor and felony criminal cases in the Mid-Tennessee area. No two cases are ever the same, but we seek the best outcomes for our clients. When possible, this means aiming for case dismissals and not-guilty verdicts.
If circumstances prevent these outcomes, we can still secure favorable outcomes through aggressive litigation that can lower the severity of charges against you.
Give yourself a fighting chance. Schedule your free consultation with our attorney to protect your future!
Criminal Cases We Handle
At The Law Office of Douglas K. Dennis, we aspire to meet our clients’ needs with legal services backed by years of experience. We have helped our clients achieve the best possible case results for their criminal charges.
Attorney Dennis works hard so you don't have to. He knows what it takes to build a solid defense and will represent you with respect in court.
We can help you if you’ve been charged with the following:
When to Call a Lawyer
When you’re arrested, the police are not on your side. They truly mean that anything you say can and will be used against you in court. Do not talk to police officers or investigators without representation present.
Contact us immediately if you or a loved one has been arrested or accused of a crime in Putnam, Wilson, Overton, Cumberland, White, DeKalb, Smith, and Jackson counties. The earliest decisions in a case can alter its entire course, and having a lawyer guide you through the process can help you make decisions toward the best possible outcome.
We also work hard to make sure the justice system treats you fairly and that police perform the necessary procedures so that you are not unjustly accused or convicted.
Call us now at (931) 486-8823 for a free consultation.