Category Archives: Criminal Law

How Forgery is Punished in Tennessee

Forgery is the act of altering or creating a form of writing, making it fraudulent and false. It’s illegal to forge writing to commit fraud against someone else, according to Tennessee law. Whether a person forged something accidentally or intentionally, this charge can result in significant penalties if the person is convicted – this can 

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Attorney Selected for America’s Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys 2020

Attorney Norman D. McKellar has been selected again for America’s Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys for 2020! He had previously been selected for this award in 2018 and 2019. The award honors the achievements of the of the Top 100 White-Collar and General Criminal Defense Attorneys in each state. You can learn more @ .

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What is confidential between you and your attorney?

Attorney-client privilege is absolutely necessary when it comes to building the best possible defense case, yet often it is unclear what remains confidential between an attorney and the person they are defending. The American Bar Association states that “in the absence of the client’s informed consent, the lawyer must not reveal information relating to the

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