NASHVILLE CAMPUS CRIMES LAWYER
Nashville Campus Crimes Attorney Protecting The Future Of College Students In Tennessee And Western Kentucky
College students who find themselves in trouble with campus police or law enforcement in their local college communities may face possible expulsion from school, in addition to serious criminal penalties. A conviction for a misdemeanor or felony offense can have a very negative impact on their futures. What may seem like a minor and unimportant charge for illegal drug use or underage drinking could turn out to have serious consequences when applying for graduate school or looking for a job.
Was Your Child Arrested While Away At College? Get Local Legal Counsel.
The criminal court process differs slightly from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. It makes sense to have a local legal defense counsel who understands the system and expectations of local prosecutors. As a criminal defense lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, including eight years as a public defender, I have helped protect college students faced with legal challenges to their futures. If you are the parent of a student at a university or college in Tennessee or western Kentucky, call me to discuss getting the legal help your son or daughter needs.
I will also work with the local university or college officials to avoid expulsion from school if it is being considered as a disciplinary measure.
From my office at Weatherly, McNally & Dixon, P.L.C., in Nashville, I represent college students facing municipal, state and federal criminal law matters at any university or college in Tennessee, including but not limited to:
- Vanderbilt University
- University of Tennessee
- Tennessee State University
- Belmont University
- Lipscomb University
- Trevecca Nazarene University
- Middle Tennessee State University
- Meharry Medical College
- Fisk University
- Aquinas College
- Austin Peay State University
I also represent students at colleges in western Kentucky, including but not limited to:
- Western Kentucky University
- University of Louisville
Office hours are generally 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., but call or send an email anytime about your case or leave a message to arrange a free consultation. I can also meet with your child at the police station or courthouse.