Greg Eshbaugh, Assistant District Attorney for the 6th Judicial District of Tennessee, was honored with the DUI Prosecutor Decade of Excellence Award at the Tennessee District Attorneys (TNDAGC)’s annual Fall Conference.

ADA Eshbaugh has earned a reputation as the foremost advocate for DUI and vehicular homicide cases, displaying a commitment to ensuring justice for victims throughout his community. His remarkable track record includes involvement in over 100 DUI jury trials, many of which were complex, high-profile cases. ADA Eshbaugh’s diligence and compassion shine through his interactions with impaired driving victims, devastated family members, and law enforcement officers. His outstanding work has firmly established him as the “go-to” prosecutor in his field, as he has previously been recognized by MADD Tennessee with the Tennessee Excellence Award and as the DUI Prosecutor of the Year by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office.

“While Mr. Eshbaugh’s sharp legal mind has won many cases, his compassion for victims and victims’ families cannot be overstated. The citizens of Knox County have greatly benefitted from his public service and leadership,” shared Knox County District Attorney General Charme Allen.

Earlier this week, the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference gathered for its annual Fall Conference. Among the proceedings of the three-day conference is an opportunity for the state’s District Attorneys and their staffs to be recognized by the TNDAGC Executive Committee and their peers for accomplishments and service. The DUI Prosecutor Decade of Excellence Award is presented to an outstanding DUI prosecutor that has provided over 10 years of extraordinary excellence in the prosecution of DUI cases.