General practice and defense attorney James Stutts has over 35 years of experience practicing law across the state of Tennessee.

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James, his wife Carolyn, and their youngest son Ben

In addition, Attorney Stutts was a former prosecutor with extensive experience in the courtroom. He understands the tactics and strategies used by the other side and can use that knowledge to help his clients achieve the best possible resolution to their criminal case.

My Principles

1 Quality of Service

By establishing relationships based on trust, communication and responsiveness, I listen   to my clients’ concerns and expectations while refining my service to ensure that these needs are met. I recognize that service begins with accessibility and ends with fulfilled expectations. I commit to being a long-term partner with our clients, and place the highest value on building close working relationships.

2 Professional Responsibility

I recognize our ethical and professional responsibility to my clients, the courts and the public. As my standard for professional conduct, I ensure that my practices reflect the highest ethical and professional standards.

3 Commitment to My Clients

My clients’ success determines our success. That is why I collaborate closely with my clients and work diligently and efficiently to help them achieve their goals. Guided by a team-oriented philosophy, I encourage ongoing communication with clients to ensure that I understand their objectives and can easily accommodate their changing needs. With in-depth knowledge and legal experience, I am able to address the most complicated issues and focus on what matters most to our clients.

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