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DUI Driver Hits a Cop Cruiser


Today, May 17, a woman in Telford, Tennessee was arrested for hitting a Greene County deputy’s cruiser. The woman, Angela Gillis, age 45, was driving a 2015 Dodge Minivan when she hit the cruiser at about 2:00am on US Highway … Continue reading

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Tennessee DUI Fees Ruled Unconstitutional


A landmark decision came from the Tennessee Criminal Court of Appeals on Tuesday with the opinion that Tennessee’s DUI conviction fee system is unconstitutional. The fee system awards $250 to the Bureau of Investigation for every successful DUI conviction. The … Continue reading

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3rd DUI Could Lead to 10 Year Ban from Buying Alcohol


In an attempt to reduce the number of DUIs, the Tennessee State legislature has introduced a bill that would ban the sale of alcohol to anyone convicted of a third DUI for 10 years. Continue reading

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DUI by Consent


In my last post, I wrote about Amanda Engle who was charged with disorderly conduct for spitting in the pizza of an officer who had arrested her on a DUI charge last April. It turns out, it may be that the reason Engle was still heated about the DUI arrest was because she wasn’t even driving drunk. Continue reading

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