Scott A. Lanzon was born in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where his father was serving in the United States Army, 101stAirborne. Raised in Detroit, Michigan, Scott graduated from the University of Montana in 1998. After working in New York City , Scott decided to pursue a career in law. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 2004, and immediately joined the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office in Columbus, Ohio. In 2007, Scott joined the law firm of Thomas and Company, where he served as an associate. Scott returned to Montana in 2008, and had a successful career as a prosecutor at the Gallatin County Attorney’s Office. In 2011, Scott moved to beautiful East Tennessee and entered private practice.
Scott is a committed father, son, brother, and bird-dog owner. Always active in the outdoors, he enjoys fly-fishing, bird hunting, and spending time with his family on the banks of the Holston River. Scott attends Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in downtown Knoxville.
Scott takes great pride in his work and is committed to helping people who are in need. The moment someone is accused of a crime or in need of legal help can be a confusing and difficult time.
Licensed since 2005
Fixed (Sometimes), Free Consultation (60 minutes)
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Scott is an excellent lawyer who I would not hesitate to refer a friend or family member to. His experience, as both a prosecutor and defense lawyer, combined with his dedication to each client and case, assure you will get first class representation.
John Barnes DUI & DWI Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Top 40 Under 40||National Trial Lawyers||2014|
|Attorney||Hindman and Associates, LLC||2013 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Tennessee Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|WVLT||Man Accused of Shooting on Cumberland Ave Strip has Preliminary Hearing||2014|
|Knoxville News Sentinel||Grand Jury Indicts man in Fatal Club Shooting Outside Cumberland Ave Dance Club||2014|
|Bozeman Daily Chronicle||Bozeman Man Accused of Sucker Punching another man at Belgrade Bar asked for Reduced Bond||2010|
|Vermont Law School||N/A||Unknown||N/A|