In the News: Peter Strianse Attorney for Katie Quackenbush

In the News:  Tune, Entrekin & White P.C.’s attorney, Peter Strianse  is representing Katie Quackenbush, in a case that is currently receiving national attention.

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Nashville Metro Police released the following statement on Monday:

  “Midtown Hills Precinct detectives tonight charged Katie Quackenbush, 26, with attempted murder for the August 26th shooting of a homeless man outside 901 19th Avenue South near Music Row.       

The victim, Gerald Melton, 54, was critically wounded and remains hospitalized at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.      

The investigation, which is being led by Detective Anthony Chandler, shows that Melton was trying to sleep on the sidewalk at 3 a.m. when he became disturbed by exhaust fumes and loud music coming from a Porsche SUV.  Melton said he asked the driver of the Porsche, alleged to have been Quackenbush, to move the vehicle.  An argument ensued, with both parties yelling at each other.  Melton said he walked back to where he was attempting to sleep.  Quackenbush is alleged to have gotten out of the Porsche armed and, as the argument continued, fired two shots at Melton.  He suffered a critical abdominal wound.  He said the shooter got back into the Porsche and fled.     

Bond for Quackenbush, of 45th Avenue North, is set at $25,000.”          

Katie Quackenbush was able to post  her bond and has been released.

For more information about this case, many newspapers and media sources have released articles about the case including: The Washington Post, BBC News, and The Tennessean

Mr. Strianse’s practice focuses on federal and state criminal defense.  He utilizes his extensive litigation experience and to achieve the best possible results possible for each of his clients.  His tough but principled approach, coupled with considerable experience, has allowed him to obtain consistent results in and out of the courtroom.