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Tennessee Violent Crime Defense Attorney

Defending Assault and Other Violent Crimes Charges in Putnam County

At The Law Office of Douglas K. Dennis, we understand the gravity of violent crime charges.  These accusations can have life-altering consequences, and you need a skilled attorney on your side.  We are committed to providing aggressive and effective legal representation for individuals facing a wide range of violent crime charges in Putnam County and surrounding areas of Tennessee. We have experience in in various areas of defense including:

  • Homicide: First-degree murder, second-degree murder, voluntary manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, vehicular homicide.
  • Assault: Simple assault, aggravated assault, domestic assault, sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault.
  • Robbery: Armed robbery, unarmed robbery.
  • Kidnapping: Aggravated kidnapping, false imprisonment, unlawful confinement.
  • Violent Sex Crimes: Rape, sexual battery, aggravated sexual battery.

Why Choose The Law Office of Douglas K. Dennis?

Attorney Douglas K. Dennis and his team have a proven track record of success in defending clients facing violent crime charges. We understand the emotional toll of violent crime accusations. We will take the time to understand your case and develop a personalized defense strategy.

We will fight tirelessly to protect your rights and achieve the best possible outcome in your case. We never take on more cases than we can effectively manage, ensuring you receive the focus and dedication you deserve.

Being charged with a violent crime can be overwhelming. We are here to help. Contact The Law Office of Douglas K. Dennis today to schedule a consultation

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