Criminal Defense

Knoxville Criminal Defense Attorney

Lawyers Providing Aggressive Representation

Being charged with a crime can be an overwhelming and frightening experience. However, retaining the services of an experienced and tenacious legal team can help mitigate, or even eliminate, the lifelong repercussions that can sometimes follow a guilty verdict. Since 2005, we have been helping residents of Hamblen and Knox Counties who have been accused of crimes, and we can assist you in your case as well.

Contact our attorney today to schedule a free case evaluation to get started.

What Should I Do After Being Arrested?

The Bowlin Law Firm is known throughout Tennessee as a skilled and effective criminal defense legal team, and we have an impressive track record of success. Our Knoxville criminal defense attorneys take a creative and highly detailed approach to building each case and finding holes in the prosecution’s arguments through investigation. We serve as your most vocal and aggressive legal advocate and work tirelessly to ensure that judge and jury both have the opportunity to see the best of you.

  • At The Bowlin Law Firm, we have the skill to handle any criminal defense case, including:
  • Assault: If found guilty of assault, you may be facing fines and prison time which can affect the rest of your life. Assault, the fear of physical harm, is taken very seriously by our courts.
  • Boating Crimes: Boat-related crimes, such as boating while under the influence of intoxicants, carry with them extreme penalties, similar to DUI.
  • Drug Crimes: Distribution, cultivation, and/or possession of drugs frequently result in a combination of fines and prison time, but the amount and duration depends heavily on the amount and type of drug involved in your charge.
  • DUI: Driving under the influence of any intoxicant is highly illegal, and is met with swift and severe punishment. However, there are multiple tests used to charge individuals with this crime that are flawed.
  • Expungement: Our Knoxville attorneys can assist you if you are looking to have existing criminal records sealed so that they cannot be used against you while trying to apply for a job or housing.
  • Federal Crimes: The penalties which accompany federal crimes are extremely harsh, which is why it is critical to retain an advocate willing to fight for you.
  • Fraud: Defined as falsifying or misrepresenting information to make financial gains or harm another party, fraud is often punished severely.
  • Internet Crimes: Crimes committed online, such as harassment, threats, terrorism, or illegal trafficking, are often treated just as seriously as if they were done in person. If charged, a dedicated lawyer is critical to success.
  • Judicial Diversion: Our skilled attorneys can help find out if you qualify for this penalty alternative in which there is no jail time, and you would go straight to probation. Criminal records for that situation would then be destroyed once probation had been completed.
  • Juvenile Crimes: Juvenile crimes are often very tricky, and have a great deal at stake. A conviction can have a profound impact on a minor’s entire life.
  • Murder: Distinguished from manslaughter by “malice aforethought”, a murder charge is a highly serious one. The Bowlin Law Firm may be able to help reduce these charges and get you much lighter penalties.
  • Probation Violation: Violating your probation carries with it severe consequences. Let one of our experienced lawyers advocate for you.
  • Sex Crimes: Being convicted of a sex crime, regardless of the degree, is something that follows a person for the rest of their lives and has a profound impact on what jobs and homes are available to them. If you have been charged with any sex crime, hire a skilled attorney immediately to defend your rights.
  • Theft Crimes: There are many different types of theft, namely petty theft, grand theft, robbery, and burglary. Each of these brings with it different penalties, many of which can be reduced by a skilled attorney.
  • Violent Crimes: These crimes can encompass any crime which employs violence or the threat of violence against another party. These types of crimes are met with fierce prosecution looking for harsh punishments.
  • Weapon Offenses: From unlawful possession to unlawful discharge of a firearm, to possession of an illegal weapon, weapon-related offenses can result in very harsh punishments.
  • White Collar Crimes: Embezzlement, money laundering, and many types of fraud are frequently considered to be white collar crimes. Calling The Bowlin Law Firm could help you to reduce charges and minimize penalties brought against you.

If you would like top-notch legal defense for your criminal charges, contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

Fearless & Tireless Representation

At The Bowlin Law Firm, we can provide our clients with intensive and highly personalized legal strategies to maximize their chances at reducing their sentence or even dismissing the case entirely. We know that every client and every case is going to be unique, and how we go about defending them must necessarily be unique as well.

If you have been charged with a crime, the time to act is now. When you choose to work with us, you will have on your side an aggressive and highly dedicated legal team that fights to achieve your goals and desires.

Call us today at (865) 325-0883 to learn more about our excellent track record and the services we can provide. There is no time to lose!

Founding Attorney Troy L. Bowlin II

Founding attorney, Troy L. Bowlin has the education, skill set, experience and in-depth knowledge necessary to provide clients with unparalleled representation. As a result of his unmatched legal services, he has been recognized by his peers and included on the 2013 Mid-South Rising Stars list. When you choose to secure his representation, you will not be disappointed. He can offer you the guidance and hard-hitting advocacy that you require to succeed.

Contact The Bowlin Law Firm Today!

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