The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees the criminally accused the right to the assistance of counsel. The criminal justice system is complicated, and when a criminal prosecution is commenced, the prosecution will use the abundant resources of the State of Tennessee to obtain a conviction.

The likely consequences of a criminal conviction depend on a variety of factors and range from serving a sentence on probation or other community based supervision, the loss of a professional license, fines and/or restitution, or incarceration. If you or a loved one is facing criminal prosecution, it is imperative that you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your rights and your liberty. 

Colby regularly represents clients who are accused of committing a crime. Colby has represented the criminally accused in trial courts throughout middle Tennessee and before the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals. Colby believes that a healthy motion practice is the key to a successful criminal defense strategy, and he regularly litigates motions in criminal matters in defense of his clients. Colby believes that motion practice is the best way to narrow the issues in a case and finds that typically cases are resolved more favorably as a result of his motion practice. In addition to obtaining favorable settlements for his clients, Colby has tried numerous misdemeanor and felony trials before a jury, and has obtained multiple "not guilty" verdicts for his clients. 

If you or a loved one are facing criminal prosecution, contact Colby for a consultation.