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About 2018-03-06T21:24:26+00:00

Jason Collver grew up in East Tennessee, just north of Knoxville in the Gibbs Community. He attended the University of Tennessee for undergrad, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.

Before attending law school, Mr. Collver clerked for the State of Tennessee’s House Clerk’s Office during the 107th Legislative Session. Mr. Collver worked closely with several committee chairmen to ensure orderly operation of the legislative process.

Mr. Collver attended the University of Tennessee College of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate. While in law school, Mr. Collver was a competing member in the American Association for Justice’s Nation Trial Competition. He was also the Editor-in-Chief of the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy.

He started Collver Law in 2018 to offer client centric representation, custom tailored to the client’s unique legal situation. Each case is different and should not be treated in a cookie cutter manner. Mr. Collver’s goal is to take as much stress out of the legal process as possible, while providing representation at an affordable rate.

Mr. Collver was a member the Garza Law Firm, PLLC, from 2015-2018.

He is licensed in Federal Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. He is also a practitioner of NHTSA DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing.

Mr. Collver not only practices out of his home county of Knox, but also practices across the State of Tennessee. He makes regular appearances in Knox County, Blount County, Roane County, Loudon County, Sevier County, Anderson County, and others.

He spends his free time with his family, hiking, and traveling.

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I am here to help answer your questions. Criminal and civil matters can be complicated, let me help inform you of every aspect regarding your case. I take great pride in using my expertise for you and look forward to hearing from you.

LATEST BLOGS.

Cinco De Mayo, Kentucky Derby, Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival – Be Careful Knoxville, Law Enforcement Will Be Watching for DUI and Public Intoxication

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May 5th, Cinco De Mayo, is an eventful day in Knoxville this year. There are numerous activities occurring around [...]

A look into the future with self-driving cars…

April 26th, 2018|0 Comments

A week does not go by where self-driving cars make the news in some way or another. Just a [...]

TN Legislature Considering Bill to Allow Alcohol Sales 7 Days a Week

April 4th, 2018|0 Comments

The Tennessee House has calendared a bill for consideration on the House Floor that would allow the sale of [...]

Did you know?… A conviction for DUI could make it illegal for you to drink

March 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

Currently, an individual convicted of DUI is not prohibited from purchasing alcohol, but that could change if the [...]

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