May 2017 Archives

What are the penalties for growing or selling marijuana?

In the state of Tennessee, the use of marijuana is only legal for extremely limited medical applications. It is against the law to possess, cultivate or sell marijuana for recreational use. While most convictions are felonies, the possession of marijuana is considered a misdemeanor if it falls within certain guidelines. 

Teacher faces charges of drunk driving, vehicular homicide

Getting behind the wheel of a car after a few drinks is never a good idea. Driving while under the influence in Tennessee can result in serious consequences, from the loss of a driver's license and fines to significant jail time. In dire situations, drunk driving can lead to fatalities and more grievous charges. A Crossville woman faces vehicular homicide and DUI charges from a recent crash.

Tennessee umpire faces drug charges

Hundreds of students play middle school baseball every year in Tennessee and around the country. Umpires are employed to officiate games and ensure that players and coaches abide by the established rules. Recent reports state that a Pulaski umpire who had begun officiating games this spring faces drug charges.

Theft and property crimes: Stolen property found in Bluff City

Approximately $1 million worth of stolen property was recently recovered in Tennessee, according to the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office. In an interview with the Sheriff, he stated that this is purportedly one of the largest theft and property crimes ever reported in the county. Authorities report that a tip led them to a Bluff City property where several allegedly stolen items were found.

Search of residence leads to accusations of drug charges for 1

There are numerous divisions within law enforcement across the country that dedicate their efforts into reducing the flow of illegal drugs. These divisions often undertake investigations that can last several months. A recent investigation in Tennessee allegedly uncovered narcotics and drug paraphernalia at two separate residences, subsequently leading to the arrest of a man who is now facing drug charges.

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