A person facing a DUI charge in Tennessee may ask, “if convicted will I be able to have a restricted driver’s license?” The answer is generally yes, although there are exceptions and certain conditions. A person whose privilege to drive has been revoked because of a DUI conviction or a violation of the state’s implied…

Being declared an habitual motor vehicle offender in Tennessee is a serious matter with lasting consequences. It means you lose your license and could face jail time. HMVO laws are civil and not criminal because it’s based on the principle that driving in Tennessee (as in every state) is a privilege and not a right….

This is a common question for people who either have a DUI on their record or are facing one. The answer depends on how the case is disposed. If you are convicted of DUI in Tennessee, you cannot get it off your record, period. This is mandated under state law. That means it’s on there…

If you’ve been charged with DUI in Memphis or the surrounding area because of a failed breath test, you have basically two options. One, accept what the police are telling you is true (that you’re guilty) and plead guilty. Or two, don’t accept it and fight the case. This article is for people choosing option…

The town of Somerville, TN handles drunk driving cases for all of Fayette County. If you have been charged with this offense you’ll have to go to court at the courthouse there in Somerville. Except for certain types of traffic tickets, all Fayette County criminal matters are heard in Somerville. You may first want to…

Why were you pulled over?  That’s one of the first questions I ask a potential new client.  It’s so important because everything that happens afterward–interaction with law enforcement, field sobriety tests, arrest, breath or blood sample–comes from the traffic stop.  It’s important to know and analyze why you were pulled over because there has to…

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