If you have been charged with DUI in Tennessee based on the result of a breathalyzer test, understand that in order for that result to get admitted and used to convict you the state must meet certain requirements.  Just because the machine produced a number saying you were legally intoxicated doesn’t mean you’re guilty.  The…

Blood testing is becoming more and more common in Tennessee DUI cases.  But recently, the U.S. Supreme Court held that in order to take a sample of a driver’s blood to determine the alcohol content, the police may have to get a warrant.  In this case, Missouri v. McNeely, the court ruled that the simple…

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