Tennessee White Collar Crime Lawyers
Knoxville, TN White Collar Crime Lawyer with 41 years experience
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White Collar Crime Attorney with 14 years experience
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Boston , MA 02114
New York, NY 10281
Don graduated Middle Tennessee State University before moving on to pursue his J.D. at the Nashville School of Law in 1985. While in law school, Don was employed in the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office; he also gained experience as the Law Clerk for Circuit Criminal Court. Upon admittance to the Bar, Don served as an Assistant District Attorney, responsible for prosecuting both misdemeanors and felonies.
After several years as a prosecutor, Don made the decision to enter private practice with his partners, Jim Higgins and Rick Piliponis. Together, the three attorneys opened...
Nashville, TN 37219
Atlanta, GA 30339
In recognition of his dedication to professionalism in criminal defense, Mr. McDaniel has received a rating of “AV” under...
After becoming licensed to practice law in Tennessee, Andy Davis joined the law firm and was thrown into the fire in his first year. Andy Davis demonstrated an acute ability to adapt and learn the local laws and continues to strive in the practice of...
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