If you are dealing with a family law or criminal law issue, it can be overwhelming considering the emotional and sensitive nature of both areas of the law. In addition, the outcome of a family or criminal law issue can often be life changing. Add to the stress of the actual case is the fact that you are likely confronted with the need to navigate a legal system with which you are unfamiliar. Having an experienced attorney on your side is the key to increasing the likelihood of a positive outcome. The family and criminal law attorneys at Bennett, Michael & Hornsby have been fighting for the rights of the accused and defending the rights of parents and their children in Cannon County, Tennessee for several decades. We look forward to the opportunity to aggressively and zealously defend and protect your rights.
Cannon County, Tennessee
Located in central Tennessee and covering 266 square miles, Cannon County, Tennessee was home to 13,801 residents as of the 2010 Census. Woodbury is the county seat of Cannon County. The area that we now know as Cannon County was originally formed from portions of Rutherford, Smith, Wilson, and Warren counties. Named for Governor Newton Cannon, Cannon County was established by the Tennessee state legislature on January 31, 1836. The area of Tennessee wherein Cannon County is located has long been known for mixed farming and livestock raising as well as for breeding and raising thoroughbred horses.
Bennett, Michael & Hornsby in the Cannon County, Tennessee Community
In the United States we have an excellent judicial system; however, it is not perfect and it can be extremely intimidating for the uninitiated. Without someone to protect your rights and help you navigate the process, that system can be fraught with obstacles and potential traps. The attorneys at Bennett, Michael & Hornsby are committed to helping our friends and neighbors in Cannon County, Tennessee with all of their family and criminal law matters.
If you have never before been in trouble with the law, the criminal justice system can be extremely overwhelming and intimidating. It can be a challenge just trying to figure out who to trust and how to make crucial decisions. At the same time, an arrest – even without a conviction– can have a negative impact on your career, your social life, and your family. Naturally, you want to limit the negative impact to the extent possible while also being careful not to make a wrong step that could damage your case down the road. That means being very careful to whom you discuss your case and what you say about your case to anyone. Remember, your conversation with your defense attorney is confidential; however, anything you say to anyone else is not. With that in mind, do not discuss your case with your spouse, your mother, or your cellmate. No matter how loyal you believe that person may be, the reality is that the State has the power to force anyone to testify against you down the road. Only discuss your case with your criminal defense attorney.
If you are involved in a family law case, the odds are very good that emotions are running high. That is precisely when mistakes are most likely to be made. Don’t risk the outcome of a custody battle, adoption, divorce, or guardianship. Instead, allow us to help you prevail. The family law attorneys at Bennett, Michael & Hornsby understand the volatile nature of many family law legal issues as well as how important the outcome is for the parties.
Whether you need a family law or criminal defense attorney, the team at Bennett, Michael & Hornsby is committed to aggressively and zealously represent you and your rights throughout your interaction with the Cannon County, Tennessee court system.
If you have additional questions or concerns about a family law case or criminal prosecution in Cannon County, Tennessee, please feel free to contact the experienced attorneys at Bennett, Michael & Hornsby. Contact the team today by calling 615-898-1560 to schedule your appointment.