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Nanney Takes Oath as A Tennessee Attorney

Posted 11/16/18

HUNTINGDON (October 29) — Tim Nanney of McKenzie was administered the oath of admission which allows him to practice law in Tennessee. Carroll County General Session Judge Larry Logan …

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Nanney Takes Oath as A Tennessee Attorney

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HUNTINGDON (October 29) — Tim Nanney of McKenzie was administered the oath of admission which allows him to practice law in Tennessee. Carroll County General Session Judge Larry Logan administered the oath to Nanney as Nanney’s family members observed.

Nanney is a May 2018 graduate of the Nashville School of Law, where he earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence. He successfully passed the bar exam in July and took the oath of office in October.

Tim is a McKenzie native, a 1988 graduate of McKenzie High School and a graduate of Bethel University. He was a patrol officer and later investigator for the McKenzie Police Department before joining the 24th Judicial District Public Defender’s Office as a criminal investigator.

Tim and wife, Carol, reside in McKenzie and have two sons, Braden, a student at Bethel University, and Nathan, a student at McKenzie High School.

He will work for the 24th Judicial District as an assistant public defender under Robert “Tas” Gardner.

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