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temporary place holder. We invite you to look at a short preview of topics to come, and would like to
introduce you to Charles Currier, a criminal defense lawyer with 28
years’ experience in the Federal and State courts of Tennessee:
Charles Gilman Currier is one of Tennessee’s twenty-four Board
His practice has been marked with individual care and focused work to meet the needs of individual clients. White collar defenses have included embezzlement and fraud cases. He has defended individuals and companies charged with licensure violations, including contractors, physicians and other medical professionals including nurses, as well as persons facing deprivation of hunting and fishing privileges. Clients profited from his training in securities law in their defense against accusations of securities fraud.
Up-front Analysis and Preparation of Your Case:
- Every case is different, and you need as early as possible
a detailed analysis of your case and the experienced counsel Mr.
Currier can give you to plan and execute your defense. His practice is
active in both state and federal courts. In addition to trial work, he
has handled appeals throughout Tennessee’s appellate courts including
the Tennessee Supreme Court and the Federal Sixth Circuit Court of
Appeals in Cincinnati.
- In addition to criminal defense, Mr. Currier is an
experienced immigration defense lawyer and has successfully handled
contested cases for persons seeking political asylum and other relief.
He has successfully defended persons whom the government sought to
Before entering private practice, Mr. Currier served as a US Foreign Service Officer in Asia, the Middle East and Africa, as well as at the State Department in Washington.
Mr. Currier speaks French, Arabic, and Vietnamese, and has a working knowledge of Spanish.
Je parle le français couramment. J’etais étudiant à Bruxelles pendent une année après mon sérvice militaire et mes études à l’université de Columbia à New-York.