Leonard G Belmares II

Leonard G. Belmares II is an attorney in the Charlotte, Tennessee Office of Baker Law Group, PLLC  and the Municipal Court Judge for the Town of White Bluff, Tennessee.  He practices primarily in Criminal Defense at the trial and appellate levels.  Leonard is a graduate of St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas where he earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence.  Leonard also holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee.    

Leonard has experience both prosecuting and defending cases throughout the 23rd Judicial District.  Leonard has handled criminal cases in General Sessions and Circuit Courts throughout Middle Tennessee. Leonard has obtained acquittals on felony cases at jury trial and has won appeals on cases in the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals.  Prior to law school, Leonard was employed by the United States Postal Service and held several detail assignments in Nashville, Tennessee and San Antonio, Texas.

Leonard is active in the White Bluff and Dickson County Communities.  Leonard serves on the Board of Directors of The Friends of White Bluff, Inc. which is a non-profit organization focused on cultivating economic development, historical preservation, cultural enrichment and life long learning for the community of White Bluff, Tennessee.  Leonard is also a Community Advisory Board Member for Habitat for Humanity of Dickson County and a Board Member for CASA of Dickson County.

Leonard is admitted to practice law in all state courts of Tennessee and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, and is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Dickson County Bar Association, and the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Email: belmares@bakerlawgrp.com

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