The purpose of “Defending Tennessee” is to provide enjoyable posts on the law and law-related events for the lawyer and non-lawyer Tennessean alike. Posts should be made weekly on Friday afternoons, a time when many people are winding down their work-weeks and might appreciate something interesting, fun, and quick to read.
The author of “Defending Tennessee”, Nicholas W. Lee, Esq., is an Attorney at Law with the law firm of Eshbaugh, Waters, Strange-Boston & Kern in Knoxville, Tennessee. Mr. Lee’s practice includes Criminal/DUI Defense, Family/Child Support/Order of Protection Law, and a general practice consisting of cases from many areas of practice in an effort to meet most legal needs.*
If you or someone you know are in need of legal assistance, Mr. Lee urges you to contact a licensed attorney in your state for legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you would like to contact Mr. Lee about your case, please contact him by phone at (865) 637-3900, or by email at Nicholas@TNLawyerLee.com.
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If you have an idea for a blog post or have something about which you would like to see Mr. Lee write, please feel free to send an e-mail to Nicholas@TNLawyerLee.com. Mr. Lee does not offer any compensation for submitted ideas but will try to address the issues that readers express an interest in reading about. By submitting an idea, you are expressly waiving your right to the idea and authorizing Mr. Lee to use the idea as he sees fit.
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The information on this site is general information and should not be construed as legal advice. Every case is unique and you should consult with an attorney in your state about the specific details of your case. Nothing on this site or in correspondence with Nicholas Lee or his agents shall be construed as forming an attorney-client relationship and information you send prior to the forming of an attorney-client relationship may not be kept confidential. Neither this site nor correspondence with Nicholas Lee or his agents shall be construed as a promise nor as undertaking a duty regarding you or your case. Nicholas Lee and his agents are not retained as your legal counsel unless a valid written Representation Agreement is reached regarding your specific case.
* Please note that Mr. Lee is not currently a certified specialist in any area of law in the State of Tennessee.
** “Defending Tennessee” is a privately-ran legal blog and is not a public legal aid agency.