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Drunk driving charge brought against off-duty officer

Law enforcement officers are not immune from facing criminal charges. If it is suspected that an officer broke the law by consuming alcohol and getting behind the wheel of a vehicle, drunk driving charges could come against that person. As a result, the accused party will likely need to focus on defense.

Drunk driving charge stems from rear-end collision

Making one bad choice or even multiple bad choices does not mean that a person cannot put his or her best foot forward in the future. If a previous poor decision led to criminal charges, the accused person could attempt to make better choices by fully exploring his or her defense options and making informed decisions. This type of approach may be smart when facing drunk driving charges.

Drunk driving charge stems from hit-and-run incident

Usually, there are many ways any given situation could be handled. If a person is accused of drunk driving, it may be wise to explore the various ways that he or she could defend against the allegation. Possible defense avenues may not always be obvious and can depend on the exact details of an arrest, so it is prudent to assess those options closely.

School principal facing drunk driving charge in Tennessee

Stress can often result in individuals looking for ways to relax. Unfortunately, if people face a considerable amount of stress due to work, family life or both, it is not unusual for them to look to alcohol or other substances to help with that stress. Of course, if a person consumes alcohol and gets behind the wheel of a vehicle, charges for drunk driving could result.

Drunk driving charges brought against 2 Tennessee drivers

Having a drinking problem can cause anyone to make bad decisions. In fact, this issue can cause people to lose control of their lives. Unfortunately, serious criminal charges could result for drunk driving if parties are unable to refrain from getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol.

Man's drunk driving case complicated by vehicular homicide charge

Some criminal charges are more serious than others, and the details of a particular incident can be instrumental in determining what type of charge a person could face. In cases where a person is accused of drunk driving, the allegations may be more severe if the incident resulted in the death of another person. As a result, the accused party will need to keep that information in mind when building a criminal defense.

Drunk driving charges follow crash with school bus

It is one of a parent's worst nightmares to hear that the bus his or her child was riding was involved in an accident. What may add to a parent's anger and stress is when he or she learns the accident was caused by someone driving under the influence or drugs or alcohol. The parents of a young student from Knoxville are likely experiencing such emotions when the bus their child was riding in was struck by an inebriated driver. Now, that driver is in police custody, facing charges for drunk driving.

Drunk driving charge results after truck crashes into restaurant

Because no one specifically anticipates facing criminal charges, it can be a complicated ordeal to handle. There are many details and steps involved with addressing charges for drunk driving, and any misstep could potentially derail a case. This means that it is important for accused parties to learn what they can about their predicaments in efforts to handle their cases as best as possible.

Tennessee woman charged with drunk driving after crash with bus

When police investigate a car accident, they often begin drawing conclusions and having suspicions regarding what caused the incident to occur. In many cases, authorities believe they have reason to suspect that drunk driving was a factor. As a result, a driver could wind up facing serious charges in addition to dealing with the aftermath of a crash.

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