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Murfreesboro Lawyer

Murfreesboro Lawyer

Joe M Brandon

Joe M. Brandon, Jr., a Murfreesboro lawyer, is one of the best criminal defense attorneys and has served Rutherford County and surrounding areas since 1994.

Joe was born and raised in Rutherford County, Tennessee. He graduated from David Lipscomb University in 1990 with a Bachelor’s in Political Science and a Minor in Psychology and then earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Nashville School of Law in 1994. While in law school, Joe received honors recognition for his work in criminal law.

Who I Am

When your life or liberties are at risk, you need an experienced attorney with; knowledge of the system, the law, and what it takes to reach a favorable outcome in the courtroom.

I believe in open communication and complete honesty from the beginning of our client-attorney relationship. I aggressively pursue every option available in order to successfully resolve your case and protect your interests.

My practice focuses on these main areas of law:

  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Criminal Defense
  • Constitutional Rights

I practice in all criminal law areas and other areas of the law that you may not see listed on this site, so please contact my office to inquire if I can cover your specific need.

Where I Practice

Most Tennessee law attorneys only take cases within our state but I can practice law in Federal court, if needed.

I have been practicing law since 1994 and have spent my entire career serving the Nashville area, as well as, out-of-state matters, one being the Prairie Island Tribal Council's legal dispute in Minnesota.

Their rights matter and so do yours; our country's founders were looking out for our best interest when they drafted The Bills of Rights to the Constitution. Tennessee Law Attorneys are here to ensure that you still have those rights.

As a United States citizen, a husband, a father, and a Murfreesboro lawyer, I never forget the fortitude, bravery and sacrifices made for our freedom and liberties, and I never forget that I still put my pants on the same as everyone else, one leg at a time.