A Memphis DUI attorney should have the training and experience to look for certain issues in your case. DUI arrests are very fact-specific, and no two cases are the same. How it gets resolved is going to depend on the analysis of each factual and legal issue. Like a doctor looking for symptoms in a…

You may be familiar with Tennessee’s implied consent law. This states that anyone who drives on public roads has given implied consent to submit to a test for blood alcohol content, when the police have probable cause to believe he or she is intoxicated. If you refuse to submit to the test, you face a…

If you’ve been charged with DUI in Memphis or the surrounding area because of a failed breath test, you have basically two options: One, accept what the police are telling you is true (that you’re guilty) and plead guilty. Or two, don’t accept it and fight the case. This article is for people choosing option…

This is a common question for people who either have a DUI on their record or are facing one. The answer depends on how the case is disposed. If you are convicted of DUI in Tennessee, you cannot get it off your record, period. This is mandated under state law. That means it’s on there…

A person facing a DUI charge in Tennessee may ask, “if convicted will I be able to have a restricted driver’s license?” The answer is generally yes, although there are exceptions and certain conditions. A person whose privilege to drive has been revoked because of a DUI conviction or a violation of the state’s implied…

Memphis, Tennesssee has several surrounding areas within the county that have their own government and court system. I like to call these places suburban courts. One such area is Germantown. If you’ve been charged with drunk driving in Germantown, TN this article will give you an overview of what to expect when you go to…

If you’ve been charged with domestic violence in Memphis, one of the questions you’ll be asking is how long until it comes off my record? A better question might be can it come off your record, or will it be permanent? Let’s look at that. Most first time domestic violence offenders will have a good…

Being charged with drunk driving is a serious criminal matter. Defendants will be looking at mandatory jail time, fines, loss of license, and a permanent conviction on their record. Because of these consequences it is important to review the facts for any weaknesses in the state’s case. The following are some ways in which a…

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