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DUI

Traffic stop questions: Do you have to answer?

Most people have heard that they have a right to remain silent. It’s one of your Miranda Rights, which police will generally inform you of during an arrest. They’ll tell you that anything you say can be used against you in court and that you have the right to an...

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A DUI’s collateral consequences

You likely already understand the immediate legal ramifications of a DUI conviction, including fines, license suspension and possible jail time. However, beyond these direct consequences, a DUI has a ripple effect through various aspects of your life. What are these...

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4 medical issues that can be mistaken for intoxication

Intoxication isn't always what it seems. While a driver’s slurred speech, confusion and impaired coordination are often attributed to alcohol or drug use, there's a range of medical conditions that can mimic the symptoms of intoxication. Unfortunately, a police...

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Tests for impaired driving can all be wrong

When someone gets stopped for impaired driving, they may have to submit to a number of different tests. This could start with field sobriety tests that are conducted at the scene. It could also include a portable breath test or perhaps a Breathalyzer back at the...

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What you should know about DUI checkpoints in Tennessee

Driving under the influence (DUI) arrests occur due to individual infractions. Someone drives poorly or causes a crash, so police officers test them for chemical impairment. Other times, multiple people may be arrested in a very short period through mass enforcement...

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DUI in Tennessee: Is it a felony or misdemeanor?

When faced with drunk driving charges in Tennessee, the classification of your offense matters. You can be charged with a felony or misdemeanor, depending on the prevailing facts and circumstances of your case. A felony DUI is a more serious charge than a misdemeanor....

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