Murfreesboro DUI Attorneys Defending Drivers Charged with Implied Consent Violations Tennessee motorists give up rights when they get a driver’s license that may require experience defense counsel A driving under the influence charge in Tennessee can lead to fines, loss of driving privileges and even incarceration for anyone who is convicted. The use of chemical…

Effective Defense Strategies for Beating DUI Charges in Tennessee Do not assume you are guilty before speaking with a qualified Tennessee DUI attorney In 2014, Tennessee officials arrested 26,810 individuals for driving while intoxicated (DUI). These serious charges can lead to jail time, significant fines, participation in court-ordered substance abuse programs and license suspension or…

Tennessee Lawmakers Pass Bill to Increase Prison Time for Multiple DUIs Harsher penalties highlight need for effective legal counsel Tennessee lawmakers recently voted to increase the penalties for those who repeatedly violate the state's laws against driving while intoxicated (DUI), while reducing the consequences for possessing small quantities of illegal drugs. Although proposed changes stalled…

Drugged Driving: The New Drunk Driving? Drivers caught driving under the influence may be using drugs, not alcohol Even as teenagers, before we can legally drink, we are warned about the dangers of drinking and driving. Television campaigns portray devastating accidents caused by drunk driving to deter the behavior, and those involved in accidents caused…

Driver’s License Restoration after a DUI One of the most serious consequences associated with a DUI offense in Tennessee is the revocation of your driver’s license. The period of the revocation depends on the particular facts of your case, but can be as long as 10 years. During this period, it is illegal to drive, making it difficult to get from place…

Cooperation with law enforcement is key The United States Supreme Court has ruled that DUI checkpoints are legal. This means that all drivers stopped at the checkpoint, even though law enforcement has no probable cause that anyone is driving under the influence, are subject to examination. Tennessee law enforcement, like other states, routinely use DUI…

Don't let an arrest ruin your weekend Historically, this June weekend in Tennessee is one when 70 to 90 thousand music lovers commemorate for four days of sunshine, partying and rock and roll, as part of the annual Bonnaroo festivities. However, this year the stakes are higher for Bonnaroo participants who pair their musical experiences…

Palcohol – What is it and is it Safe? A new fad in alcohol consumption has led to significant controversy Just this March, the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved a new form of alcohol for sale and consumption. Powdered alcohol, known as Palcohol, is becoming the latest beverage trend. Palcohol is…

With DUI arrests increasing, it is important to know your rights Driving under the influence, also known as DUI, is one of the most common types of criminal defense cases that many people face. Recent statistics indicate that DUI cases are on the rise. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, there were 29,544 DUI…

As prescription drug use rises, so do prescription drug-related DUI cases   Historically, the term driving under the influence, DUI, was inherently associated with driving under the influence of alcohol. In recent years, however, Tennessee courts are increasingly dealing with DUID cases, or driving under the influence of drugs. Tennessee law has always encompassed a…