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 A person whose privilege to drive has been revoked because of a DUI conviction or a violation of the state’s implied…

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…

Holders of commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) are held to a higher standard than non-commercial drivers. This goes for when they are driving their non-commercial, personal vehicles as well as commercial vehicles. If you’re a CDL driver and received a ticket in Memphis for speeding or being in an accident, you need to talk to a…

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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