Felon in Possession of Firearm

Felon in Possession of Firearms Charges In Tennessee as in many states across the country, felons lose some of their rights after a felony conviction.  One of the key loss of freedoms is the ability to carry a firearm – a constitutional right protected under the U.S. Constitution under the Second Amendment and under the … Read more

Aggravated Stalking

If you face aggravated stalking charges, you are looking at a possible felony conviction and many collateral consequences, such as loss of job, family, and reputation.  That is why if you face aggravated stalking charges, you need an attorney who can provide the best possible defense to these charges.  Nashville-based attorney Philip Clark handles stalking … Read more


Charged with Stalking?  Nashville-Based Lawyer Can Help. Stalking is a serious crime in Tennessee.  A stalking conviction could have dramatically negative consequences for your familial life, employment, and other areas of your life.   Defending against a stalking charge with the assistance of a Nashville stalking defense lawyer may avoid harsh penalties and protect your future. … Read more

Drug Possession with Intent

Drug Possession with Intent to Sell or Distribute Possession of illegal drugs can lead to criminal prosecution in Tennessee.  The greater the quantity of drugs, the more likely that prosecutors may charge a defendant with something more than a simple possession offense.  The danger is that the prosecution will charge the defendant with possession with … Read more

Drug Sales

Under Tennessee law, selling drugs is a serious felony crime.  A conviction for selling drugs can land you significant time in prison.  That is why you need an experienced criminal defense attorney versed in handling drug sale cases. Nashville-based attorney Philip Clark has the requisite degree of experience and handles such cases in Nashville and … Read more

Charged with Shoplifting?

Shoplifting is the informal term for what the criminal code of Tennessee calls theft of property.  Tennessee law defines theft of property as follows: “A person commits theft of property if, with intent to deprive the owner of property, the person knowingly obtains or exercises control over the property without the owner’s effective consent.” Theft of … Read more

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