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. Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender (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…

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