Lawyer Suspended, Jailed on Meth Charges

The Tennessee Supreme Court on Oct. 18 suspended the law license of Crocket County lawyer Shannon Jones for three years after he was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture and possess methamphetamine with the intent to distribute. The court also directed Jones to remain compliant with his Tennessee Lawyer’s Assistance Program monitoring agreement throughout the length of the suspension. In addition to suspension from the practice of law, Jones was sentenced to six months in prison followed by three years probation. Download the BPR notice

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