Natalie Haymond Cropp is an experienced lawyer who vigorously defends the legal rights of her clients. Her personal, yet no-nonsense approach ensures a thorough review of all potential resolutions, to identify the most favorable outcome for those she represents. Ms. Cropp concentrates her practice in the areas of criminal defense and juvenile law, as well as family law matters.
Upon earning her Juris Doctor from The University of South Carolina School of Law, Ms. Cropp returned to her home state of Tennessee to pursue her legal career. Ms. Cropp’s success inside courtrooms in and around Chattanooga, and the surrounding counties, has provided her with substantial experience and has allowed her to build respectful relationships with opposing counsel and judges throughout the Eleventh, Twelfth, and Fourteenth Judicial Districts.
Ms. Cropp is actively involved in several professional organizations and is currently the CLE Program Chair of the Chattanooga Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (CACDL). She plays an active role on the legal directory website, AVVO where she regularly responds to questions about various legal matters. To see her latest questions and responses, see below.
- Represented clients in criminal matters involving felony amounts of drugs, underage drinking and DUI, assault, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, rape, prostitution, unlawful possession of weapons, and probation violations.
- Represented clients in domestic matters involving child support and visitation, divorce, post divorce modification litigation, and emergency custody matters.
- Represented clients in civil matters involving McKamey Animal Shelter, landlord tenant matters, evictions, and quiet title actions.