Criminal Defense & Juvenile Law
Attorney Tyler Howard practices law in the General Sessions, Circuit, and Juvenile Courts of Montgomery County. His practice areas range from custody and juvenile matters to DUIs, theft, assault, murder, and drug crimes—including felony charges.
Tyler received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Austin Peay State University (go Governors!) before attending law school at the University of Memphis. He graduated from the Cicil C. Humphreys School of Law with a Juris Doctorate in May 2015. During breaks in Law School, Tyler served as a legal intern at the Public Defender’s Office for Tennessee’s 19th Judicial District at Clarksville. He practiced in the General Sessions Criminal Courts of Montgomery County as a student attorney with the Public Defender’s Office, handling a broad spectrum of criminal matters and acquiring crucial experience to better serve his future clients. We are proud to have him on our team!
During law school, Tyler was awarded the John C. “Jack” Hough scholarship from the University of Memphis for service work as an intern at the Public Defender’s Office. He also earned the Dean’s Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award from the University of Memphis and was named a 2015 Law Student for Justice by the Tennessee Supreme Court.
Tyler was born and raised right here in Montgomery County and graduated from Clarksville High School with honors in 2006. He married his wife, Ansley, in 2018, and they have two rescue pups together, Sadie and Memphis. Tyler is a huge Nashville Predators fan and considers himself an automotive enthusiast. When he isn’t in the office, you can find Tyler at a Preds game, perusing new cars or buying tickets to the next racing event.