Middle Tennessee Criminal Defense Attorney
A murder or homicide charge is the most serious crime a person can face in our society today. There’s no doubt you understand the severity and seriousness of this kind of crime.
That’s why you’re here. You recognize that it’s critically important to have an experienced, competent, skilled criminal defense attorney on your side.
With your life and future in the balance, you can’t afford to have just any lawyer defending you. It’s important to choose a defense attorney that has extensive trial experience and has successfully handled other murder and homicide cases.
Get an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side
For the past 35 years, the Law Offices of Hugh Green has represented people who have been charged with a crime. We’ve successfully handled more than 2,000 criminal defense cases in Wilson County and throughout Middle Tennessee, so you can trust we have the experience you need for your case.
We have handled the following types of cases:
- Vehicular homicide
Hugh has a vast amount of experience in the courtroom. He has received not guilty verdicts for clients in a variety of cases in Middle Tennessee including vehicular homicide and murder, so he knows what it takes to build your defense strategy and represent your rights in a trial.
We also recognize that this is a terribly frightening experience for you and your family. That’s why we take the time to explain the entire criminal process to you so you know exactly what to expect. You’ll also get our honest advice every step of the way so you can make smart decisions about your case.
If you or a loved one has been charged with murder or homicide, contact an experienced lawyer immediately. The sooner you get a qualified attorney on your side, you’ll improve your ability to build a case and reduce the charges and penalties that could come with a conviction.
Our caring and knowledgeable team is ready to assist you through this difficult time. Contact us today to schedule your free and confidential consultation with Hugh Green.