Mr. Eldridge was educated at the University of Tennessee, receiving his... more
Mr. Eldridge was educated at the University of Tennessee, receiving his undergraduate degree in 1982. He graduated from the Wake Forest University School of Law, cum laude, in 1986. While there, he served as the Editor-in-Chief of its law review publication. Following graduation, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable W. Eugene Davis of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Cir... view profile
Mr. McKellar practices law in the areas of IRS tax resolution and criminal defense,... more
Mr. McKellar practices law in the areas of IRS tax resolution and criminal defense, with an emphasis on tax fraud, health care fraud, and white collar federal crimes. Mr. McKellar has successfully defended clients in criminal cases in both federal and state courts. Mr. McKellar was voted by his peers as a “Top Attorney” by Knoxville’s CityView magazine in its 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 edit... view profile
The U.S. government, sometimes referred to as the “federal” government, has decided that a number of activities are criminal. These federal crimes are typically very serious and are tried in federal courts under special federal rules of procedure. Some examples of federal crimes include the use of biological weapons, acts of civil disorder, kidnapping, and racketeering, just to name a few. If you are accused of a federal crime, you should enlist the services of a federal crime lawyer who works with these federal laws and understands the federal courts and their procedures. This lawyer will be familiar not only with the elements of the crime you are charged with, but also with the defenses available to you.