Jul 28, 2014

Why Ignoring the Rules of the Road is a Bad Idea When You’re Carrying 36lbs of Weed

By |Jul 28, 2014|Criminal Defense, Drug Defense|0 Comments|

Let us start by saying: it’s never a good idea to speed, drive recklessly or leave a broken taillight unfixed. There’s been a real crackdown by the Tennessee State Police, and by local municipalities as well, to keep reckless and drunk drivers at bay, and you put yourself and others at risk when you […]

Jul 14, 2014

The Tennessee State Supreme Court Makes Suing Family Easy

By |Jul 14, 2014|Auto Accidents, Personal Injury|0 Comments|

In 2012, a man named Michael Becker was in a car accident when his son, who was driving, hit a pole. Mr. Becker sustained some injuries, and after speaking with his personal injury attorney, he filed a lawsuit against Ford, who manufactured his truck. The details of the truck accident case go on, but […]

Jun 26, 2014

Police Now Need A Warrant To Search Your Cell Phone!

By |Jun 26, 2014|Criminal Defense|0 Comments|

In today’s digital world, new laws governing the internet, cell phones and peoples’ rights to privacy arise quite often. While many of these laws have been in favor of government interests, such as national security, on Wednesday the Supreme Court ruled in favor of privacy. As of Wednesday, police can no longer casually search […]

Jun 8, 2014

Woodland Hills Youth Development Center Just Cost Tennessee $250,000

By |Jun 8, 2014|Wrongful Death|0 Comments|

Woodland Hills is back in the news again, at the forefront of a wrongful death lawsuit from 2012. Kendall Oates was a resident of Woodland Hills when he suffered a seizure and died. According to The Tennessean, Kendall may have been lying dead in his room for hours, since the security guards failed to […]

May 21, 2014

It’s Festival Season! Protecting You at Bonnaroo

By |May 21, 2014|Criminal Defense, Drug Defense|0 Comments|

Word is that the unofficial criminal defense slogan of Coachella is “Come on vacation, leave on probation.” It’s a catchy motto but with Bonnaroo only a month away, it’s one that makes us nervous. If the 2014 Bonnaroo event is anything like the ones in previous years, we’re looking at almost 100,000 people in […]

May 17, 2014

Planning to Have Sex? Better Ask for ID

By |May 17, 2014|Criminal Defense|0 Comments|

Last year a survey was conducted and Tennessee ranked #1 in violent crimes in America. Sexual assault and rape were in that violent crimes category. Statutory rape, however, is a particularly difficult crime to place, as it’s different from forcible rape. In other words, you can be convicted on a statutory rape charge even […]

May 15, 2014

Even with Fewer Car Crashes in Tennessee This Year, Injuries Are Still Severe

By |May 15, 2014|Auto Accidents, Personal Injury|0 Comments|

Thanks to an aggressive campaign on behalf of Tennessee law enforcement, the number of car crashes in 2013 went down. In fact, we had fewer than 1000 fatal accidents the whole year – a record low for recent years. But victims might be singing a different tune, given the severe consequences associated with a […]

Mar 6, 2014

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