It is crucial for people facing drug charges to consider seeking legal assistance. A strong criminal defense team is essential for fighting the charges aggressively in Tennessee, a state that treats felony drug convictions very seriously. Three Tennessee women will need to mount aggressive fights since they are facing felony crystal-meth charges.
A 58-year-old Tennessee man could be facing years behind bars for the aggravated robbery of a bank. The Johnson City resident allegedly admitted to robbing a bank at gunpoint and as a result could spend the next 25 years in prison. The man, who is in federal custody, is also up against a seven-year to life sentence for a firearms charge.
A 24-year-old Tennessee man has been charged with three counts of bank robbery and has already been indicted by a federal grand jury. The man, who comes from Murfreesboro, will need a strong criminal defense to fight the charges. He is accused of robbing several banks in Nashville and Clarksville.
In a raid on a Sweetwater residence recently, police allegedly found what they suspect to be meth and cannabis. Two Tennessee men will be needing criminal defense counsel since they've been charged with crimes in connection with the raid. A narcotics agent with the Monroe County Sheriff's Office said officers went to the home with a search warrant, which is where they arrested the two accused men.
The state of Tennessee treats drugs crimes seriously. Even for a relatively low-level drug crime, such as marijuana possession, you could be charged $250 in fees and be required to attend drug offender school for a first-time offense. The penalties get increasingly stiff for repeated offenses or for more serious offenses. In addition, any kind of drug charge—regardless of whether it’s a misdemeanor or a felony offense—will end up on your criminal record, which can negatively impact your future ability to get a job or secure a loan.