Criminal Defense Lawyer For College Students
Protecting the Rights of Tennessee College Students
As a college student who is just about to enter a vibrant and competitive workforce, the last thing you want is a criminal record. If you have been charged with underage drinking or any other crime in Rutherford County, Cannon County or Davidson County, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at the Law Office of David L. Scott today. Located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, our law office represents adults, juveniles and college students facing criminal charges. We represent students from Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) and other local colleges and schools.
Some of the criminal law matters we handle include:
- Drug crimes (drug Possession, manufacture or sale; possession of drug paraphernalia; prescription drug offenses)
- Underage possession/consumption of alcohol
- Public intoxication
- Possession of a fake ID
Sensitive to Your Needs
At our firm, we have successfully defended the rights of the criminally accused since 1996. We have extensive experience in the representation of young adults in underage drinking and other criminal cases. We understand that a criminal charge can be very intimidating to a young adult who is concerned about the affect it may have on his or her education as well as current and future employment opportunities.
If hired to handle your case, we will take time to explain the law, the charges, and the potential penalties. We will take time to listen, answer your questions and provide the personalized legal service you need.
No Criminal Charge is Insignificant
At our firm, we understand that there is no such thing as a minor criminal charge. Even a seemingly minor misdemeanor offense can carry significant penalties and may have long ranging effect. People who hire our firm can be confident that they are in the hands of experienced and caring professionals.
If you have been accused of underage drinking, theft, drug possession, DUI or other criminal charges, contact our office today to speak with a lawyer about your case.