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A. Sais Phillips Finney

A. Sais Phillips Finney

  • DUI & DWI, Criminal Law, White Collar Crime
  • Tennessee
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Client Reviews
Quanta R. October 21, 2019
Please do not use This attorney took over 10,000 dollars from me and did nothing. Words can not express how awful she is, she belittled me and cursed me out after taking my money and did no work. She is the most unprofessional person I have ever met. After taking my money she told me she is not practicing anymore.
C. J. October 15, 2019
Do NOT Use this attorney She took my case, took my money, and then never did anything. Could not get her to return phone calls. She does not have an actual office. Just a virtual office. She rents out space to hold meetings and has stopped paying the rent there. No way to contact her. Absolutely worthless attorney.
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Sais Phillips Finney attended both The University of Tennessee, Knoxville and The University of Memphis. Prior to attending law school, she worked in the United States Senate and in higher education. While a law student, she interned in the Memphis District Attorney's office assisting with violent felony prosecutions. After admission to the bar, Sais practiced criminal defense in Memphis before moving to Atlanta to work in white collar criminal defense and government investigations at an Atlanta law firm. She currently resides in Nashville and practices throughout middle and western Tennessee.

Practice Areas
Criminal Law
Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
White Collar Crime
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    Free 20 minute case evaluation.
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
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Professional Associations
TN Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
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American Bar Association
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered
Q. In Tennessee do you have the right to choose which sobriety test an officer gives you?
A: The implied consent form officer's read driver's before administering sobriety tests states that the driver must take the test of the officer's choosing. Unfortunately, you do not have a choice and many officer's will request blood over breathe and urine tests which are among the options available. You can refuse to submit to testing, but there may be consequences.
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4235 Hillsboro Pike
Suite 300
Nashville, TN 37215
Telephone: (615) 567-7315
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