The independent authority on the best law firms, bestattorneysonline.com, has unveiled the best criminal attorneys in Tennessee for March 2010. The firms on this list demonstrated a strong knowledge of the criminal justice system in the state of Tennessee.
Online PR News – 24-March-2010 – – Plymouth, IN – The March 2010 rankings of the best criminal firms in Tennessee have been released by bestattorneysonline.com, the independent authority on the best law firms. The firms on the list were selected from among thousands of applicants seeking to be ranked by the independent authority. Each firm was demonstrated an expert knowledge earning the ranking as one of the best.
An assigned research team reviewed the thousands of applicants in order to find the best. They scrutinize the knowledge and expertise of every law firm when it comes to criminal law in Tennessee. Questions are asked such as, “Do they represent each client fairly providing the best possible defense and representation?” or “How extensive is the firm’s knowledge of case law when it comes to an individual’s rights?”.
Tennessee’s best criminal attorneys for March 2010 are:
1. E. Patrick Hull
2. Shea, Moskovitz & McGhee
3. Gullett, Sanford, Robinson & Martin, P.L.L.C.
4. Jenne, Scott & Jenne, PLLC
5. Lee Ofman
6. Richard K. Evans
7. Ritchie, Dillard & Davies, P.C.
8. Ogle, Gass & Richardson, P.C.
9. Butler & Associates
10. Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
bestattorneysonline.com, the independent authority on the best attorneys, was launched in 2009 with the goal of finding the nation’s best attorneys and law firms. An experienced research team developed a unique set of evaluation criteria for each field of law that was to be evaluated. Sixteen identified fields of expertise are ranked monthly by bestattorneysonline.com in every state across the United States each listing the best attorneys.
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