After a Tennessee DUI, I can still get a restricted license, right?

In most cases, yes. However, there are some situations where you might be denied a restricted license. What is a restricted license? After a DUI conviction in Tennessee, your driver’s license will be revoked for a period of time. If this was your first alcohol or drug-related offense, your license will be revoked for a

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. A

It doesn’t take much to hit 0.02 BAC and spark a teen DWI

Underage drinking is illegal in Tennessee. So is underage drinking and driving. The reason there are laws on the books that specifically address these issues is because we all know that there are instances when violations happen. Police in Chattanooga and elsewhere across the state have a lot of incentive to bring charges and obtain

TN license revocation can create hard-to-escape debt whirlpool

There are plenty of situations that can lead to a person having a driver’s license revoked. As we noted in a post in January, a first-time charge of driving under the influence can result in steep fines and significant jail time. And then there’s the separate process under which the Tennessee Department of Safety revokes your

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