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Nashville Criminal Lawyer

Aggressively Fighting Your Criminal Charges in Tennessee

Facing criminal charges is serious. Whether you've been accused of a misdemeanor or a felony, the allegations alone can ruin your reputation and adversely impact you and your family. If you are convicted of the alleged offense, the consequences can be severe and long-lasting. For instance, assault, when charged as a Class A misdemeanor, is punishable by a maximum of 11 months, 29 days in jail, and a fine of up to $15,000. A guilty judgment will also stay on your criminal record, which can impact final decisions of employers, landlords, colleges and universities, and others. To work toward avoiding such consequences, it's crucial to have legal representation throughout your case.

I, Attorney Andrew C. Beasley, have over 10 years of experience and know the intricacies of the criminal justice system. I have served as a former prosecutor and have a unique insight into how the other side prepares for cases. When you hire my firm, Andrew C. Beasley, PLLC, you will have a skilled advocate on your side focused on your best interests. Committed to delivering unmatched customer service in Nashville, I provide personalized representation every step of the way. Recognizing that every story has two sides, I take the time to learn about you and your situation to develop a defense specific to your matter. And while past outcomes do not guarantee future results, I am proud to say that I have a track record of success and will do everything in my legal power to work toward an optimal resolution to your case.

Get the defense you need by calling my firm at (615) 274-4009 or submitting an online contact form today. Your initial case review is free.

We Fight to Protect Your Rights

At every step in the justice process, you have rights that must not be violated and must be protected.

A few of your legal protections include:

  • The right to remain silent: You do not have to answer law enforcement officials' questions without a lawyer present. This right applies even before you've been arrested, but officers aren't required to inform you of it until after they've taken you into custody. It's crucial that you exercise this right to prevent yourself from providing statements that may be misconstrued and used against you. Additionally, if law enforcement officers never told you of this right after your arrest, that could be grounds for having evidence dismissed from your case.
  • The right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures: Law enforcement officers need justifiable reasons or a warrant to search your person or property or arrest you. If this right has been violated, any evidence obtained may be inadmissible, which may weaken the State's case against you.
  • The right to effective assistance of counsel: You can have a lawyer on your side throughout your case. A competent attorney can ensure you receive a fair trial and can seek a just outcome on your behalf. Because the judicial process can be complex, with many laws and rules you must follow, it's crucial that you exercise this right.

I am ready to provide the legal representation you need. Working to ensure your rights were and continue to be protected, I will examine every detail of your case to identify discrepancies and raise those in your defense.

Thoroughly Preparing for Your Case

In a criminal case, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant is guilty of the alleged offense. They must do this by providing facts that support their assertions. You might feel that because the prosecutor handling your case has evidence against you that all hope is lost. But that's not necessarily true.

I know that evidence isn't always strong enough to remove doubt from the minds of judges and/or juries, and a knowledgeable defense attorney can spot holes in the prosecutor's arguments. By thoroughly preparing for your case even before the first court date, I can develop a defense strategy tailored for you.

Contact Andrew C. Beasley, PLLC For a Case Consultation

The process to resolve your criminal matter in Nashville can be overwhelming. However, with the help of a defense attorney, you can effectively navigate your case. When you retain my services, I will be available 24/7 to answer your questions and address your concerns. I will be your zealous advocate, providing the guidance and support you need.

Schedule your free consultation with our Nashville criminal attorney by calling (615) 274-4009 or contacting my firm online.

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What Our Clients Are Saying

  • “I don't think we could have done better - he's probably the best.”

    D.F. -DUI
  • “I believe with all my heart that my case would not have been dismissed and my record expunged without him.”

    L Ward
  • “I couldn't be happier with the job he did and the money I spent.”

  • “I would recommend Andrew's services to friends and if I need legal help in the future I would hire him again.”

    B.O., D.U.I. and Driving on Suspended License
  • “I would whole heartedly recommend Mr. Beasley!”

  • “Thank you so much.”

  • “Our case was ultimately dismissed and expunged fully, and we couldn't be more pleased with his work.”

  • “Andrew Beasley did a fantastic job representing me in my DUI case.”

    M.B., D.U.I.
  • “Mr. Beasley acts and talks like a regular guy but is a master of the legal system and criminal law.”

    S.S., Theft
  • “I was scared. A friend told me to call Andrew C. Beasley. He explained the court process so I understood.”

    R.A., Drug Possession
  • “If you need a trustworthy, knowledgeable attorney to handle your legal matters, pick up the telephone today and call attorney Andrew Beasley.”

  • “Very professional, you will not regret choosing him to fight for you.”

  • “Outstanding Attorney!”