January 2018 Archives

3 things to do if police pull you over for a traffic stop

It will happen to you at some point in your life. One day, you will be heading home from work or running errands and a police officer will pull you over. This may be a frightening and unnerving thought, especially if you are drunk or speeding. After all, traffic stops are never an enjoyable experience.

Drug charges filed following raid on East Nashville home

Police officers in Tennessee routinely search homes as part of investigations. However, they must go through the proper procedures and protocols to obtain search warrants to gain legal access to someone's home. At that point, a search can be conducted by authorities. A recent search in East Nashville resulted in drug charges against three people.

Theft and property crimes: 3 men facing charges in La Vergne

Many Tennessee residents visit convenience stores all across the state for a variety of reasons. They may stop to pick up a few essential items in the market or fill up their vehicles with gas. However, three individuals allegedly picked up something outside the market that didn't belong to them and are now faced with a variety of charges against them. The three have been charged with theft and property crimes following an incident in La Vergne.

Truck driver faces drunk driving charges following stop

Commercial trucks of every size frequently occupy the roads in the state of Tennessee. Companies often use this form of transportation to transfer goods across the country. The truck drivers may come from any state in the union and simply plan on driving through the state. Unfortunately, one visitor to Tennessee may find himself staying a little longer than he anticipated, as he now faces charges of alleged drunk driving, among others.

Task force recommends changes in process for juvenile crimes

Minors can get into some trouble with the legal system. There is a court system specifically designated to deal with juvenile crimes. However, according to a report from the Tennessee Blue Ribbon Task Force, there has been little consistency in the treatment of minors in the justice system.

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