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DUI conviction study concludes ignition interlocks save lives

If you face a charge of driving under the influence and convicted in Tennessee, it is not something to take lightly. The implications are many and the help of experienced legal representation is always advised. The law relating to this subject is complicated, laced with all sorts of fees and fines for various things; not the least of which is the likely requirement of a driver being required to pay for the rental and installation of an ignition interlock device.

Cost of losing your license can be greater than you know

Driving is a privilege not a right. That's a message that gets highlighted in very stark ways when someone is accused and convicted in Tennessee of driving under the influence. And as we've noted before on this blog, it doesn't matter if the allegation involves drinking alcohol, using illegal drugs or taking over-the-counter medication.

Should I heed results if I self-test for blood alcohol?

As we have said on previous occasions on this blog, there can be a lot of things that can be wrong with a breath test for blood alcohol content. If the device hasn't been properly calibrated, it can deliver BAC results that may deserve to be questioned. The officer who administers the test might do it incorrectly, casting doubt on the numbers.

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