Under Tennessee’s DUI laws , you can get jail credit for alcohol treatment on second offense DUI charges , third offense DUI charges , and felony DUI charges.
The Supreme Court of Canada recently issued a 4-3 decision that gave the police a green light in conducting warrantless searches of an arrestee’s cell phone as long as the search is directly related to the suspected crime and records are kept.
Last week, while I was waiting for a court conference back in “antechambers” (that is, the part of the judge’s office that isn’t the judge’s actual “chambers”), I spotted this sign, strategically placed so that every lawyer who came through would see it.
In a ground-breaking decision, the Second Circuit dealt a substantial blow to federal prosecutors’ epic crackdown on insider trading by raising the bar for the government’s burden of proof in “remote tippee” cases that have plagued the financial industry in recent years.
President Obama Proposes $75 Million in Federal Spending in Support of Police Body Cameras; Paramilitary Policing a Real Threat
President Barak Obama recently proposed a $263 million federal spending package, $75 million of which would be used to fund putting body cameras on 50,000 police officers around the country.
Big things are about to happen at the Minnesota Supreme Court, and the most visible evidence is going on this morning in two cases: In State v. Larson, the Court will address whether Minnesota should adopt the “good-faith” exception to the rule that the State cannot use unconstitutionally obtained evidence against an individual in court.
You may hear some individuals proposing that you don’t really need to contract an individual injury lawyer. They would contend that cases like that are essentially uncomplicated enough so you can deal with it all alone. Is that reality?
“For the last year, I’ve spent every working day trying to figure out where a high school kid was for an hour after school one day in 1999. Or, if you want to get technical about it (and apparently I do), where a high school kid was for twenty-one minutes after school one day in 1999….”
As I was driving home from Memphis this past weekend , I heard quite a few radio spots . The theme of the ads was that ” Buzzed Driving Equals Drunk Driving “.