Blog Posts in 2019

What Happens If You Are Stopped for a DUI In Tennessee (Video)

So you've been stopped by law enforcement for suspicion of DUI in Tennessee. This is a scary moment for sure. Especially if you've had some alcohol. The law says you can't be impaired and ...
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DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (DUI) IN TENNESSEE

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (DUI) IN TENNESSEE Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in Tennessee ( Tennessee Code Annotated § 55-10-401 ) is a crime that can happen to anyone, including you if you ...
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Franklin Tennessee Criminal Defense Attorney For Out of State Clients

Going to court is stressful, criminal court even more so. If you are not from Tennessee and have a warrant for your arrest and/or a pending court date, the stress levels are through the roof. I take ...
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3 Tips to Hiring the Best Criminal Defense Attorney For You (Video)

(Click Image to Watch Video) Hiring a criminal defense attorney can be daunting when you're already stressed out because you've been cited or arrested. You or your loved one may be facing jail ...
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7 Things You Need to Know About Speeding 100 MPH or Over Can Land You in Jail in Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee

Driving 100 MPH or above in Williamson County, Tennessee can land you in jail. Whether it’s on I-65, I-840 or any other road in Williamson County, speeding at a high rate is dangerous and can ...
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