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THE ISAACS LAW FIRM
The Isaacs Law Firm is recognized as a preeminent and dynamic law firm that practices primarily in criminal defense. We have been providing legal service to Tennessee and across the southeast since 1993. By working with our exceptionally talented team of lawyers, our clients achieve remarkable results.
EXCELLENCE IN CRIMINAL DEFENSE
Serving Knoxville and all of East Tennessee
The Isaacs Law Firm has distinguished itself as one of the areas preeminent criminal defense litigation firms. For over thirty years, Gregory P. Isaacs has represented clients in federal and state criminal matters throughout the southeast. The Isaacs Law Firm has handled a variety of complex and high profile criminal defense cases encompassing federal and state prosecutions and appellate matters that have been nationally broadcast on Court TV, featured in national publications, and are the subjects of a number of books.
While the Isaacs Law Firm represents individuals in serious and complex matters, they also represent citizens accused on a broad spectrum of criminal matters including white collar crimes, narcotics offenses, and alcohol related offenses. The Isaacs Law Firm realizes that even relatively minor criminal charges can create unforeseen impacts on clients lives and futures that can affect educational and employment opportunities. The Isaacs Law Firm utilizes a battery of forensic experts and private investigators, including retired FBI investigator George Lambert, to assist in investigating and formulating effective pretrial strategies.
Each member of the Isaacs Law Firm is committed to safeguarding the fundamental principles of our constitutions and protecting our clients fundamental freedoms and liberty. Don't suffer in silence through your experience, call The Isaacs Law Firm today and let us guide you through the process and fight for your rights. Call today and schedule a free consultation.
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