The federal sentencing guidelines determine the punishment for crimes committed under U.S. federal law. The guidelines are used in all United States federal courts throughout the country. State laws do not apply. If you have been charged with a federal crime in Memphis or West Tennessee, your case will be heard at the federal district…

Tennessee sexual offenses are codified in Title 39 of the Tennessee Code Annotated, Chapter 13, Part 5. Sex crimes are among the most serious offenses and many carry lifetime consequences. Tennessee sex offenses range from traditional person-to-person crimes such as rape or sexual battery, to internet-based crimes such as exploitation of a minor. If you…

In Tennessee, the detention hearing is a juvenile’s first appearance before a judge after being arrested and charged with a felony offense. It’s where the judge determines if the child should be released or kept in custody until trial. How a juvenile gets charged in Memphis is going to depend on the circumstances. Sometimes, in…

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