The DUI case against a Tennessee law enforcement officer is set for a grand jury in September. The deputy is charged with driving under the influence, violation of implied consent law, violation of open container laws and possession of a firearm in a place where alcohol is served. This grand jury proceeding will determine if the case will proceed or if the drunk driving charges will be dismissed.
A Nashville police officer finds himself in an unusual situation after a DUI arrest. He is currently assigned to desk duty after he was arrested for drunk driving in Hendersonville. He is a seven-year veteran and is scheduled to appear in court in December.
Federal officers can be aggressive when investigating suspected cases of white-collar crime such as fraud. They may appear unannounced at the doors of your business, asking if they can interview you or search your office records. They may even assure you that you are not the target of the investigation.
A Tennessee man is facing criminal charges after an arrest for drunk driving in Chattanooga. He was suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol after allegedly causing a car accident that resulted in the injury of three people. The man is charged with DUI, reckless endangerment and leaving the scene of an accident.
Every state has specific laws regarding impaired driving. In each, drunk driving is considered a criminal offense and the consequences can be quite severe if a conviction is achieved. What are the guidelines and consequences for drunk driving in Tennessee?
A Tennessee man was recently arrested after an accident claimed the life of an elderly woman. According to accident reports, the driver originally left the scene of the accident, but law enforcement was able to locate the man. Police claim that he admitted to recently consuming alcohol, and he was arrested for drunk driving and charged with vehicular homicide and other charges.