Posts by Jeff Cherry
CAN LAW ENFORCEMENT ENFORCE EXECUTIVE ORDER 23?
On April 2nd, 2020, Governor Lee issued Executive Order 23 directing all Tennesseans to Stay Home unless engaging in Essential Activities. The purpose of this order is to limit exposure and spread of COVID-19. For purposes of this Order, Essential Activity means: Engaging in activities essential to a person’s health and safety or the health…Read More
Videos Don’t Always Tell The Whole Truth
Videos don’t always tell the whole truth. Jeff Cherry, attorney for Carla Haynes, spoke to News Channel 5 about his latest case. https://www.newschannel5.com/news/school-security-video-shows-teacher-dragging-elementary-studentRead More
Arrested at the NFL draft in Nashville?
Arrested at the NFL draft in Nashville? Nashville is a great city and possibly the best host in the history of the draft. Broadway, Honkey Tonk’s and craft beer are the heart of a great time in Music City. If you find yourself facing criminal charges while visiting Music City for the Draft, call Jeff…Read More
Another Satisfied Client
Another happy client of partner Jeff Cherry’s wrote to express gratitude for his work. We’re proud to share that note with you: Jeff, Rarely in the world today do you meet people that truly care about their clients and their welfare. I have come to know that you pursue your career with dogged determination and…Read More
A Note for Jeff Cherry
As you all know, partner Jeff Cherry is a former Metro police officer. The other day, he received a note from someone who started a Neighborhood Watch back in 1996. More than 20 years later, she still remembers the respect Jeff Cherry had for her, her neighborhood and what they were trying to do. We’d…Read More
State Awards McKinney $1 Million for Wrongful Imprisonment
Lawrence McKinney has traveled a road that took him from more than 30 years in prison for crimes he didn’t commit to release, his record cleared and a governor’s exoneration. The Tennessee Board of Claims awarded McKinney the full amount of wrongful-imprisonment compensation allowed by state law following a hearing Wednesday morning. The board also…Read More
Lawrence McKinney Exonerated by the Governor
After 31 years in prison, Lawrence McKinney was released in 2009, after DNA evidence proved he was not guilty of the rape and burglary offenses for which he was wrongfully convicted. Mr. McKinney came to B.F. “Jack” Lowery after his release in 2009 and told his story. Mr. Lowery determined to help Mr. McKinney in…Read More
Congratulations, Jeff Cherry, on Your Client Champion Award!
Lowery, Lowery & Cherry, PLLC is proud to announce that partner Jeff Cherry was been named a Silver Client Champion by Martindale. The new Client Champion awards were designed to highlight attorneys’ dedication to client care and service “as affirmed by their clients. The awards, based on the quantity and quality of an attorney’s Martindale-Hubbell…Read More
Always Rooting for the Home Team
Jeff Cherry of Lowery, Lowery & Cherry, PLLC always roots for the home team. Proud to support Lebanon and the LYB All Stars’ trip to the World Series as Team Tennessee.Read More
We often have the privilege of helping people through the most challenging times of their lives. These are the times when our clients are judged by those that have never met them and have no idea who they really are or what really happened. We strive to counsel and guide them and to protect their…Read More