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Feb 23, 2017

7 Common Mistakes to Avoid During Your Tennessee Divorce

By |Feb 23, 2017|Divorce|0 Comments

Divorce is a time of chaos and confusion with every decision having high stakes for the impact it will have on your future. Do you always make smart decisions when you are in a heightened emotional state? Probably not. That is why it makes sense to find a way to set your emotions aside if [...]

Feb 16, 2017

Bonnaroo Citations and Arrests – What to Do if it Happens to You

By |Feb 16, 2017|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

On the Second Thursday in June every summer since 2002, Bonnaroo has transformed the village of Manchester, Tennessee into a massive music festival teeming with thousands of enthusiastic people both young and old who come for the diverse line-up. This year, the festival will run from June 8-11, 2017. Whether you are into classic rock, [...]

Feb 9, 2017

Who Gets the Dog When People Divorce in Tennessee?

By |Feb 9, 2017|Divorce|0 Comments

If tears rush to your eyes at the thought of being forced to part with the family pet, you are indeed a pet lover. You will have trouble with the idea of your pet as property that will get divided among the furniture, the jewelry and the vacation house. In Tennessee, the court uses the [...]

Feb 2, 2017

Tennessee and National Crime Statistics for 2016 Shows an Increase in Violent Crime and a Decrease in Property Crime

By |Feb 2, 2017|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

In January, the FBI releases its, Preliminary Semiannual Uniform Crime Report, which this year reveals an increase in the number of violent crimes reported and a decrease in the number of property crimes reported in the first six months of 2016 when compared with the first six months of 2015. The data used in the [...]

Jan 26, 2017

NHTSA Pushes Controversial Alcohol Detection Technology for All Cars

By |Jan 26, 2017|DUI|0 Comments

Alcohol-impaired driving is a national problem that is unnecessarily costing the lives of thousands of people each year. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has made a commitment to funding the study of technology that promises to end drunk driving. Called the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS), The NHTSA wants to have [...]

Jan 19, 2017

Avoiding Arrest on Drug Charges at Bonnaroo and Protecting Your Rights

By |Jan 19, 2017|DUI|0 Comments

Each summer, a farm in Manchester gets transformed into Bonnaroo, a massive, four-day music and arts festival. People travel to middle Tennessee from all over the region to partake in the hedonistic celebration that seems to be a hotbed of criminal activity. Bonnaroo just announced the 2017 lineup, which does not look like it is [...]

Jan 12, 2017

Pendente Lite Temporary Spousal Support in Tennessee Divorce

By |Jan 12, 2017|Divorce|0 Comments

Marriage is typically a partnership where each partner does their part to support the other. In some situations, one spouse is the higher earning spouse and they support the receiving spouse who may be maintaining the home and caring for the children. The days of one spouse taking care of the other spouse are quickly [...]

Jan 5, 2017

Repeat DUI Offenders—How the New Law in Tennessee Will Affect You

By |Jan 5, 2017|DUI|0 Comments

Tennessee drivers who seem to be in the habit of drinking and driving might want to rethink that, as the penalties for repeat DUI offenders just got even more severe. Tennessee already has strict consequences for DUI offenders, and in this new group of laws that went into effect in 2016, they legislature took calculated [...]

Dec 29, 2016

What to Do When Your Child Fights Visitation with Your Co-Parent

By |Dec 29, 2016|Divorce|0 Comments

Your young child has not handled the separation and the ensuing divorce very well. Now that you and your ex are living in separate homes, your four-year-old daughter does not want to spend time at her father's home. When it is time to get ready to spend the weekend with her father, she creates a [...]

Dec 22, 2016

Can the Police Use the Data in Your Fitness Tracker as Evidence in a Crime?

By |Dec 22, 2016|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

Wearable fitness tracking devices such as smart watches and devices that clip to the wearer's clothing has become one of the hottest fitness trends. People believe that these devices can help promote a healthy lifestyle, and they are willing to give up their privacy in exchange for the ability to keep track of their steps, [...]

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