A dedicated and supportive team is crucial when you are facing criminal charges. John and his office have a thorough understanding of the criminal courts throughout the Middle Tennessee area. Our offices are currently serving the following counties:
John P. Webb Attorney At Law is Middle Tennessee’s leading criminal defense lawyer. We offer a support structure designed to help you navigate the criminal system. Our success started with John’s experience and expertise.
With a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Harding University where he graduated cum laude in 2001, John went on to receive a law degree from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 2005. After which he spent over a decade working as a criminal defense attorney successfully defending hundreds of clients against charges such as:
- Drug Defense
- Domestic Violence
- Probation Violation
- Criminal Trespassing
The U.S. Constitution is designed to protect all citizens. An experienced lawyer like John can help you understand your options and build a successful strategy against your charges whether they are minor misdemeanors or felonies. Navigating the criminal system is complex by design. But, when you are paired with an attorney with experiences like John you can take immediate action to reduce fines, restrictions, and imprisonment.
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At John P. Webb, Attorney at Law, we are here to help you with your journey through the criminal justice system. While it can be scary and confusing to face criminal charges, we walk with you through every step of the process to ensure that you fully understand your options and help you make the best decisions possible.
We are experienced in handling a wide range of criminal matters from minor misdemeanor offenses to the most serious of felony charges in courts throughout Middle Tennessee. John strives to ensure that each client is treated with respect and personal attention.
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