Case Results

DUI and Probation Violation All charged dismissed

All charged dismissed - 8/11/2015

A Nash and Larsen PLLC client was charged with DUI and Probation Violation. All charged dismissed.

Dismissal of the felony charge

Dismissal of the felony charge - 8/6/2015

Client was charged in multiple indictments with several misdemeanors and a class B felony for possession with intent to deliver

Jury Trial for Public Intoxication.

Not Guilty - 6/10/2015

DUI dismissed.

Dismissed - 3/2/2015

DUI Charges Reduced to Reckless Driving

Reduced - 4/3/2014

Driver was stopped for running a stop sign and running into the curb. Charged with DUI and based on Brian's negotiations with the State, the State agreed to reduce the charge of DUI to Reckless Driving, time served and no probation.

Montgomery County, Tennessee General Sessions Criminal Court

Fishing without License Charges Dismissed

Dismissed - 3/3/2014

Client, a soldier, was in Federal District Court facing 3 charges: In a restricted area; fishing without a license and did not reserve the area. Through negotiation, I was able to get all 3 charges dismissed.

Federal District Court, Middle District of Tennessee-Fort Campbell

DUI Case Reduced

Reduced - 12/12/2013

Driver charged with DUI. After resetting the court date for the results of the blood alcohol content, they came back at .23. Client should have received 7 days in jail but through negotiations with the State, client agreed to their offer of only 3 days in jail.

Williamson County, Tennessee General Sessions Criminal Court

DUI Charges Reduced to Reckless Driving

Reduced - 9/12/2013

Driver was charged with DUI because officers found him asleep in in his vehicle in front of his apartment with a open container between his legs. After negotiations with the State, they agreed to reduce the DUI to Reckless Driving, time served.

Williamson County, Tennessee General Sessions Criminal Court

Order of Protection Case Dismissed

Dismissed - 11/26/2012

Wife sought an Order of Protection against Husband (Brian's client) and after a hearing, the Judge dismissed the cause of action because Wife did not meet her burden.

Williamson County, Tennessee General Sessions Court

Immigration Criminal Cases Resolved

Many cases where Brian represents the client in criminal court and they are detained by ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) under Federal Law (287(g) Immigration and Nationality Act) and come to a successful resolution of the criminal case and then secure their release from ICE custody and they are able to return home.

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