A Strong Defense Against Criminal Charges

A criminal charge can impact the rest of your life. It is vital to work with an experienced and trusted criminal defense attorney. At the law office of John P. Webb, we believe you deserve a fair fight after being charged with a crime. We are your advocate and will do everything we can to help you move forward with your life after an arrest.

Do not wait to contact us if you have been arrested. Your future is at stake — we will fight to protect your future and to minimize the consequences of your arrest.

Defending Against All Criminal Charges

We represent individuals in Brentwood, Murfreesboro and throughout Williamson County and Rutherford County in Tennessee who have been charged with all criminal offenses, including:

  • DUI involving alcohol and drugs, including prescription drugs
  • Drug crimes, including drug possession and drug trafficking
  • Domestic violence
  • Assault and battery
  • Manslaughter and homicide
  • Theft and shoplifting
  • Robbery
  • Probation violations

A felony conviction could result in losing your right to vote or own a firearm. We work hard to make sure this doesn't happen.

Finding The Best Outcome In Your Case

We will meet with you, hear your side of the story and evaluate all evidence and details of your case. Attorney John P. Webb is diligent in preparing your defense and will work tirelessly to explore all options to protect you.

Our goal is to find the best outcome in your case. This means we will pursue all options, including plea deals, jury trial and all other options to help you find the best outcome. We are not afraid to take your case to trial — and we have obtained many successful outcomes in the past.

Tips For Protecting Yourself During A Traffic Stop

Do you know what to do during a traffic stop? Follow these steps:

  • Be polite and cooperate with the police.
  • Say no if they ask to search your vehicle.
  • Provide your basic information but don't provide specifics.

You have the right to not incriminate yourself. Protect yourself during a traffic stop and only provide necessary information to the police.

What To Do If You Are Arrested

You have the right to not say anything or to limit your answers to the police. Take advantage of this right to protect your future. The most important thing you can do if you are arrested is call an attorney right away. This will make sure your rights are protected, and your case will be handled properly from the start.

After an arrest, you should document your account of what happened. This will help preserve your memory of your arrest and keep an accurate account of what happened. We will guide you through your criminal case, explaining what will happen next and what steps we can take to protect your future.

Speak To Our Firm About Your Charges

Our lawyer is dedicated to helping you through this process. We offer free consultations to discuss your charges and what steps we can take to protect you. To arrange a free consultation, call 615-647-5762 or contact us online.