Articles Posted in Property Seizure

Earlier this month a client of this law firm was arrested for possession of 42 pounds of marijuana that was found in the trunk of his car. Facing felony charges, substantial fines, and court costs and other fees, he didn’t know what to do. Needing an experienced defense lawyer in Nashville who has handled hundreds of drug cases, he gave us a call and set up a free consultation. We met with the client, devised an aggressive strategy to tackle his case, and then went on the offensive.

During our cross-examination of the arresting officer at the preliminary hearing, the presiding judge agreed with our defense and delivered a ruling in our favor that the stop was illegal.

Case Dismissed. No Felony Record! No Fine! No Court Cost! No Probation!


If you have been pulled over, been a victim to a search warrant, or have interest in property that has been seized by the State, then read this…

The State can seize your property consisting of vehicles, money, real property, and other miscellaneous property if you or someone that lives with you was charged with drug or alcohol crime. Property may be seized for possession of drugs, illegal or prescription. Vehicles may be seized for driving on a driver’s license which has been revoked for a DUI. Even if you lend someone your car and they get pulled over and their license is revoke for DUI, that vehicle is subject to seizure and can be forfeited to the State.

The State can and will take your property if it is tied to a drug or alcohol crime. Don’t play around with your valuable property. Hire an experienced lawyer who handles forfeits and seizures. If you had property seized due to a drug or alcohol crime or has interest in property that has been seized, call immediately 615-353-0930 or 615-308-5405. YOU DON’T HAVE TIME TO WASTE. There are statutory time restrictions on getting your property back and if you don’t act fast you will forfeit your property to the State.
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