William L. Gribble, Attorney
Attorney William Gribble
At the Law Office of William Gribble, located in Maryville, Tennessee I work with clients throughout the Knoxville Metro area, focusing my practice on criminal defense and family law. I am an experienced attorney having represented clients on all sorts of criminal matters arranging from first degree murder, aggravated assault, rape and felony drug cases, to less serious matters such as DUI, domestic assault and other such misdemeanors. In my family law practice, I have represented clients on all levels of divorce cases, including cases with marital assets over a million dollars and cases involving child support and custody disputes.
I am a member of the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and participated in their advance trial advocacy seminar. In 2006, I was named the best lawyer in Blount County, Tennessee by the readers of the Daily Times.
In my practice, I take pride in being friendly and approachable while providing a high level of personal attention and courtroom experience. Contact my offices to set up a confidential consultation. There's a $50 charge for the first meeting, but I will apply it to your total fee if you hire me. I accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express. My offices are open during normal business hours, Monday through Friday and weekend and evening appointments are available.
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