Jason Wade Barnette’s Answers

Jason Wade Barnette

Nashville Debt Settlement Attorney.

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  1. Did his attorney do the right thing?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. John Wesley Hall Jr.
    3. Harry Edward Hudson Jr
    3 lawyer answers

    Yes, your husband's attorney did the correct thing by getting the charges reduced. To go to trial would be rather foolish if there are three witnesses who are prepared to testify for the state. However, if you husband wants to give it a go before a jury, he can. An aside, advise your husband not listen to inmates. They're not locked-up because of their legal knowledge. Advise him to listen to his attorney.

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  2. Please explain what it will take to prove bad faith on T.C.A. 40-33-215

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Christine B. Adams
    3. David Craig Lee
    3 lawyer answers

    I would need more facts to in order to apply the applicable caselaw to your case. Please feel free to contact us.

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  3. DUI

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Jon David Rogers
    2. Jason Wade Barnette
    3. Johnny D. Houston Jr.
    4. Ryan David Hanzelik
    4 lawyer answers

    Entirely possible inasmuch as it is sent to the TBI in Nashville. You need an attorney to maintain the chain of evidence as well as to move the court for not allowing the arresting agency to permit spoliation of the evidence. Moreover, you have the right to have the "blood" or "plasma" sample reviewed by an independent source. You need a DUI attorney. Give us a call.

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  4. Is there any loop holes i can use? or a class i can take? should i be ok since tennessee dmv never contacted me?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Derek Anthony Patrin
    3. Christopher Irvin Simser
    3 lawyer answers

    Well, you've been told the truth partially. TN doesn't participate in the Driver's License Interstate Compact (one out of four states that don't). Therefore, TN doesn't send out info to other states. However, they do receive it and will suspend your license in TN when they do. My guess is the Department of Safety in TN just didn't notify you that your license - TN - was suspended. Their is a national register with the Department of Homeland Security - Federal - that keeps all DUI's in...

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  5. Do I need a Lawyer to represent me in General Sessions Court for old credit card debt?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Ray Choudhry
    3. James Liu
    3 lawyer answers

    Yes, you need a skilled consumer protection attorney that has litigated against either Tim Thompson and/or Josh Booth. I typically get these cases dismissed with a Sworn Denial. However, sometimes I must litigate a claim in terms of chain of title and defenses under the Tennessee Collection Services Act. In any event, you can win this, but it is unlikely with an attorney and one that does this all of the time. Moreover, Shelby County Sessions Court is no place for a pro se litigant....

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  6. My wife got a collection letter that list medical bills from locations she has never been to, at the end it says other creditors

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Kris K. Skaar
    3. Vance Tate Davis
    3 lawyer answers

    Dispute the account tradelines through the credit reporting agencies in writing via U.S. Mail Certified Mail. Contact the furnishers of information or have an attorney do it (we cannot dispute entries directly that appear on your reports). Sounds like ID Theft - and yes - it does happen in terms of medical treatment. Please feel free to contact us - free of charge. Jason Barnette Barnette Law Offices 309 Hollow Tree Court Nashville, Tennessee 37221 615-585-2245 info@...

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  7. Could I be sued for libel?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Edwin Arnold Anderson
    3. Gregory Dwight Artis Jr.
    4. Maurice N Ross
    4 lawyer answers

    I would say it is unlikely that you would be sued, but it never hurts to consult with an attorney just to be safe and in the event "some" lawyer decided to sue you. I would need more facts, but I cannot fathom what said coaches damages would be, if anything. Then again, libel in the course of ones profession can make damages per se and therefore, they are presumed. The law of defamation is quite complex - per se, public officials, private matter, public official, public matter, malice,...

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  8. I had a default judgement against me. I am on Social Security and I worked out a payment agreement with the attorney,

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Kathryn Ursula Tokarska
    3. Brian S Wayson
    3 lawyer answers

    Not usually, not if it is SSD. Child support - unless specified - is open. Who is the judgment holder (who sued you) and who is their attorney. If it is some debt buyer or even an original creditor, I may be able to get the judgment set aside and your money back. Jason Barnette Barnette Law Offices 309 Hollow Tree Court Nashville, TN 37221 615-585-2245 info@barnettelawoffices.com http://www.barnettelawoffices.com

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  9. How should I proceed with a civil summons against a client who failed to pay for construction services I rendered?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Edwin Arnold Anderson
    2 lawyer answers

    1) You can represent yourself pro se if the business is not incorporated. That is to say it is a d/b/a; i.e., you are doing business under a business name, rather than Business, Inc., Business Corp., Business, LLC, etc. If it is a corporate formation, you cannot represent the business rather only a licensed Tennessee attorney can. One probably will for a fee. 2) The Civil Summons justs needs the invoice attached and it wouldn't hurt for you to swear out an Affidavit so that this becomes a...

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  10. I was convicted of a dui last month do i have to wait 5 years to apply for a concealed carry permit?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jason Wade Barnette
    2. Michael J Palumbo
    2 lawyer answers

    No, a DUI doesn't matter in this context. Only convicted felons and people convicted of domestic battery run into issues.

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