Lee Ofman grew up in Galveston Texas. He graduated from high school in 1964, then attended the University of Texas from 1964 to 1968 at which time he graduated with a B.S. degree in Speech pathology. He then attended Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, New York, and began law school in Houston Texas at South Texas College of Law.
Music interrupted his law ambitions until he came to Nashville around 1977. By that time, Lee had already written the Miami Dolphins Fight Song and the Houston Oilers Fight Song. He had also written a song, Anyway You Want Me, for the Clint Eastwood Movie Any Which Way You Can. By then, Lee Ofman returned to law school and graduated from the Nashville School of Law in 1981.
His reputation has grown from Franklin, Tennessee to Middle Tennessee since 1982 until the present. Lee Ofman has handled some very famous cases, including a case featured on CBS’s 48 Hours-Addicted to Love. Soon after his practiced blossomed, he achieved the highest academic rating issued by Martindale Hubble as an AV attorney amongst his peers.
Lee Ofman provides personalized and compassionate representation in the field of criminal law. He realizes bad things can happen to good people, and that freedom is paramount to any representation.
If you feel the same way and you have been charged with a criminal offense, such as DUI, theft, drug crimes, assault, sexual misconduct, murder, or white-collar crimes, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney like Lee Ofman for a consultation. Call 615-790-9494.