Mr. Evans was born in Canandaigua, New York in 1978. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 2001 with a liberal arts degree. In 2007, he graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Law. As a law student, he interned for the Knox County District Attorney General’s Office, served as a member of the Moot Court Board, and was named to the Order of the Barristers.
After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Mr. Evans joined the Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office. In 2011, he entered private practice and focused on DUI defense, Criminal Defense, and the representation of plaintiffs in civil lawsuits. In March of 2018, Mr. Evans started his own firm, The Evans Law Firm.
Mr. Evans practices in the areas of criminal law and general civil litigation. He is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, and Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
He has worked extensively at all levels of the criminal justice system and in both state and federal courts.
Mr. Evans has presented on various topics concerning criminal law. He is a member of numerous organizations, including the Tennessee Bar Association and KBA. He is currently a board member of the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
He earned his J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 2007 and was admitted to the bar of the Eastern District of Tennessee in 2011.
In every case I work hard to achieve the very best results for my clients. I take great pride in my work and client-centered focus. Just as important, I believe that it is important to charge reasonable rates for top notch representation.
My goal with each client is to develop a relationship founded on trust and communication. However, I recognize that each client is different and may require a different approach.
I always encourage people to call me to set up a consultation. The consultation is free.
Working with people and the law are passions of mine. My clients are frequently walking down the most difficult parts of their lives. I consider it my duty and privilege to help guide them through troubled times.
I’ve been practicing law for long enough to practice it at the highest level, but I’m young enough to continue to press and work for my clients.