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January 2017 Archives

Police accuse Tennessee man of theft & property crimes

By the time a man reaches 55 years of age, he can typically be described as having experienced many types of situations in his life. For one Tennessee man in particular, facing charges for theft & property crimes will soon be added to the list of things he's done. Authorities moved in and made an arrest at a hotel where they say the man was seen in possession of stolen property.

What you should know about public intoxication charges

There are many occasions that may lead to a person drinking to the point of intoxication. Some are celebratory, others less so. How a person acts while they are intoxicated can vary widely, and so can the laws related to public intoxication across the country.

Drug charges: Concern voiced about drug problems in Tennessee

A basic study of United States geography would likely include information regarding various industries and interesting facts regarding terrain or landmarks in each state. Some states, including Tennessee, however, have become known for things that would likely not be included in a typical tourist brochure. For instance, the state ranks among the top two in the nation regarding narcotic drug prescriptions. Many incidents where drug charges are filed involve the types of drugs often provided through such means.

When your Tennessee vacation results in drug charges

Various regions in Tennessee have become very popular tourist attractions in recent years. In fact, some people love it here so much, they take up full time residence. With so many people coming and going, it is not uncommon for incidents to occur that involve trouble with the law. If a vacation results in drug charges being filed, a visitor may wonder where to turn for help.

Tennessee drunk driving laws changed

Having a drink or two then driving does not always constitute a criminal offense. In fact, there are many people accused of drunk driving who do not get convicted. One of the easiest ways to avoid such charges, of course, is to abstain from alcohol before driving. It's also a good idea to familiarize oneself with current Tennessee drunk driving laws.

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