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Criminal Law

Criminal Law

Edwin C. Lenow has the skills and knowledge to help protect your legal rights during this difficult time. Regardless of the charge that you may be facing, we will treat you with respect and compassion. You can be secure in the knowledge that your case is in capable hands.

We will work with you to understand the circumstances of your arrest and investigate the details of your case. When you work with us, we will advocate on behalf of your interests. We also want to be available to you at all times. With flexible appointment availability, you will be able to meet with us when it is of the utmost convenience to you.

It is important that you feel secure with your attorney. You can be confident in our approach to defending your case. Call a highly regarded and experienced criminal lawyer today and protect your legal rights. Mr. Lenow offers free consultations to discuss your case today. Don't delay!

Types of Criminal Cases Defended Include:

Criminal Defense




Drug Crimes (Possession; Minor in Possession, Sales; Delivery)


Sex Crimes (Rape; Sexual Assault; Assault/Battery)



Failure to Appear

Endangering the welfare of a minor

Don’t hesitate! Give Edwin C. Lenow a call or email today for legal issues you need assistance with.

Call us today at 901-527-8680

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Domestic Violence

If you feel as though you need protection from an individual who you have a close relationship with,

  • Filing a Restraining Order — What Do I Need to Know?

    Domestic violence restraining orders are available to individuals who believe they are being abused by someone with whom they have a close relationship, including:

  • Defending Criminal Charges and Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

    When a restraining order is filed, it will likely be temporary until a "permanent" order is made. You should seek legal help immediately. If you do not seek legal counsel, a "permanent" restraining order may be issued against you, which could last for up to five years.

  • How Do Restraining Orders Affect Child Custody and Support?

    Tennessee restraining orders may also affect child custody and child support orders. It can limit the amount of time you spend with your children, and you may be required to pay a significant amount of money in child support and/or spousal support.