Most drunk driving charges start when someone is pulled over by the police, after police witness some kind of driving infraction like speeding, swerving or not wearing a seat belt. From there police develop probable cause that the driver is under the influence. Sometimes, however, it starts because of an accident. It could be a…

Tennessee’s DUI laws carry many different penalties. One such penalty is the ignition interlock device. The ignition interlock device is a device that connects a motor vehicle’s ignition system to a breath alcohol analyzer and prevents the motor vehicle from starting if the driver’s blood alcohol level exceeds the calibrated setting. Currently under Tennessee law,…

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