Seasoned Criminal Defense Can Make A Difference In Your Case
It can be a terrifying experience facing an arrest for drug violations, domestic assault or driving under the influence (DUI) on your own. Staggering fines, jail time and a criminal record are just part of the result of a conviction. There can be repercussions to your reputation, your job, your relationship with your children and your freedom to live where you choose as well.
With the help of a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney, you can be sure to protect your rights. If the government or the police violate your rights in any way, an attorney will ensure you receive a fair and just outcome. At Fancher Law Firm, PLLC, we have the experience you need to minimize the harsh consequences of an arrest for:
- Reckless driving
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Possession of drugs
- Domestic assault
We will fight for you. Call 615-349-1497 right away after an arrest.
Have You Been Arrested For Suspicion Of Drunk Driving?
Tennessee laws are tough on first-time offenders. If this is your first arrest for drunk driving, the law requires a minimum of 48 hours in jail. If convicted, you could spend up to 11 months, 29 days in jail and lose your driver’s license for one year. In addition, you could be fined up to $1,500. If your blood alcohol level registers at .20 BAC or higher, the court will order seven consecutive days in jail.
Our founding attorney, Anahi Fancher, focuses on protecting your rights when you are facing a DUI charge.
Call Right Away For Your Consultation
Sometimes an emotional family fight can result in serious domestic assault charges unintentionally. Well-meaning neighbors may call the police. Frightened family members may do the same. Once the police are called in, a heated argument or misunderstanding can have costly results.
At Fancher Law Firm, PLLC, we respect the facts. We understand there are two sides to every situation. We will investigate the details of your circumstances and focus on presenting your case in the best light to the court. Get the help you need by calling us at 615-349-1497 or emailing us today. Se habla español.