Recent Posts in DUI Category

  • Five Tips for Helping Party Guests Avoid a DUI

    Everyone wants their party to be a hit, and over the years one of the best ways to make sure that happens is to offer plenty of adult beverages to guests. However, guests who attend your party may briefly lose sight of the fact that they have to drive and get home when the party’s over. Guests who get behind the wheel while drunk not only place themselves and others around them at serious risk, ...
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  • Five Ways to Sabotage Your DUI Defense

    If you are arrested for driving drunk, you will have a very limited amount of time to assemble your defense before your hearing in court. It is strongly advised that you retain an attorney to help you face your charges, and while one can dramatically improve your defense, there are a few things you can do that will sabotage your case, no matter what they do. On this blog, we examine five ways you ...
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  • Facing DUI Charges?

    Being convicted of DUI can ruin your life, multiple convictions even more so. Experienced DUI attorneys know that you have rights and will work hard to protect those rights. Murfreesboro DUI attorneys have experience in protecting their clients’ rights and driving privileges. They know that being cited for DUI does not automatically lead to a conviction. Murfreesboro DUI lawyers understand that ...
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  • DUI Without Driving

    With the warm weather comes summer parties. For those who will be drinking, there are not many things that will put more of a damper on your summer fun than getting charged with a DUI . After a long summer night drinking at the bar with your friends, you realize you are too intoxicated to drive. Instead of calling a designated driver or cab, you decide to sleep it off in your car for a while. You ...
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  • Pulled over for a DUI? Am I required to take blood test?

    In Tennessee, the answer to this question in the past was “No,” with a few exceptions. However, as of January 1, 2012, a change in Tennessee law in regards to compelled chemical tests changes this answer. The new changes in the law expands those previous few exceptions to create more situations in which a police officer may “require” individuals pulled over for DUI to submit to a chemical test to ...
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