Nashville DUI Attorney

Nashville DUI Attorney
Nashville DUI Attorney

If you have been accused of driving under the influence you should immediately contact an experienced Nashville DUI attorney to discuss your defense.  Matt Stephens is a former DUI and Vehicular Homicide prosecutor who understands what it takes to help you mount a defense.  He has been a trial lawyer for almost 20 years and is devoted to protecting the rights of those accused of Driving Under the Influence.

Driving under the Influence (DUI) is a serious crime that carries the potential for significant penalties.  An individual convicted of DUI will have a permanent criminal record. The penalties for multiple offenders are particularly harsh and can result in a felony conviction in certain circumstances.  In order to protect your rights, it is important that you speak with a DUI defense lawyer as soon as possible.

In order to prepare an effective defense, it is imperative that you have the assistance of an experienced lawyer who will spot any weaknesses in the prosecution’s case.  Every case is different and the key to success may be found in a seemingly minor detail.

Matt Stephens is well equipped to assist you with navigating through the criminal justice system and avoiding many of the pitfalls that often confront the accused in a DUI case.  As a prosecutor, Matt spent a significant amount of time working with the Vehicular Crimes Unit in Nashville.  He has handled numerous cases involving vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, and DUI. While at the District Attorney’s Office, Matt also assisted with the training of law enforcement officers. 

Contact our office now to schedule a consultation with an experienced Nashville DUI Attorney.

  • Vehicular Homicide
  • Vehicular Assault
  • DUI
  • Reckless Driving

If you are interested in scheduling a consultation with an attorney, please call or complete our online form today.  You do not want to enter a courtroom without representation when you are facing the possibility of incarceration, fines and other criminal penalties.