Criminal DefenseAn arrest can change your life.
Don’t face it alone.
The State has lawyers on their side, and you need a lawyer on your side to protect your constitutional rights and ensure you are treated fairly.
Attorney Carla Grebert will listen to your story, protect your constitutional rights, and work tirelessly toward a favorable and just outcome for you.
She can defend you if you have been accused of
- Violent crimes
- Domestic violence
- Theft and vandalism
- Order of protection violation
- Drug crimes
- … and more.
A criminal record may interfere with your ability to get a job or housing. In Tennessee, some criminal convictions can be expunged (removed) from your records. Attorney Grebert can guide you through that process, giving you a path forward.
From the Blog
About Pleas: What is judicial diversion?
The bottom line: Judicial diversion is a program in Tennessee that allows eligible defendants to avoid a criminal conviction and have their charges...
About Preliminary Hearings: What is “probable cause”?
The bottom line: Probable cause means there is enough evidence to cause a reasonable belief that a crime was committed and that the defendant...
What is a preliminary hearing?
The bottom line: In a preliminary hearing in Tennessee's General Sessions Court, the judge determines whether there is probable cause to continue...
Do I have to go to court on a criminal charge if the other party does not want to press charges?
The bottom line: Yes. The District Attorney’s office decides whether to prosecute someone for a crime; it is not up to a private individual to...