A man believed to be under the influence of drugs was arrested on the night of Jan. 8 following a traffic stop, according to local sources. The Tennessee Highway Patrol took the 33-year-old man into custody under suspicion of DUI. His passenger, a 27-year-old woman, was charged with drug possession. Both individuals were set to appear in court on Jan. 11.
A divorce is a financially stressful time for most. You may have to move and pay court expenses. You also will no longer be splitting all your expenses with your soon-to-be ex. If you make significantly less money than your former spouse, this can be a devastating blow. You may be unsure whether you can afford to pay all your bills on your own.
You are on your way home after dinner with friends, after having consumed one or two drinks. You feel as though you are safe to drive home, so you do. On your way home, you see police lights flashing in your rear-view mirror.
If a driver sees another car swerving in and out of its lane it is common to suppose that the driver is either distracted or may possibly be drunk. It is never a good idea to drink and drive in Tennessee. However, there are other factors that may cause vehicles to swerve, such as temporary distractions or medical conditions.
Possession of a drug is on the lower end of the severity scale regarding drug charges in Tennessee, coming in behind drug selling, trafficking and manufacturing. However, this does not mean that there are not consequences for the act, especially if your child is a minor.
The internet has given rise to many beneficial websites over the years. Unfortunately, there are some that are not necessarily beneficial. One of those sites is reportedly being used as a front for sex crimes in Tennessee.