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When Can A Juvenile Be Tried As An Adult?

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Every kid makes mistakes, and because minors do not have the same level of judgment or experience as an adult we utilize a juvenile court to adjudicate their criminal offenses. The purpose of juvenile court is to rehabilitate a minor and set them on the right path, but in some cases the prosecution may… Read More »

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How To Find The Right Criminal Lawyer For Your Case

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It can be scary when law enforcement suspects or accuses you of committing a crime. A criminal defense attorney is critical to protect your rights and interests during this type of case, but how do you find the right lawyer for you? At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers our experienced and zealous Williamson County criminal… Read More »

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What Are The Penalties For A DUI Conviction?

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As a driver in Tennessee, it is important to know what penalties you may face if pulled over and arrested for driving under the influence. Prosecutors take this charge very seriously, and the punishments can be expensive, inconvenient, and harsh if not handled by an experienced Tennessee criminal defense attorney. At the law office… Read More »

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Criminal Simulation And Forgery In Tennessee

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Every state has criminal laws against forgery, but Tennessee also has special laws against something known as criminal simulation. This is related to forgery and fraud crimes but is a separate criminal act that a person can unknowingly be charged with in Tennessee. If you or someone you know has been accused of committing… Read More »

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What Happens If You Violate An Order Of Protection?

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There are many reasons why someone may file an order of protection against another person, and not all of those reasons are legitimate. However, regardless of whether the order has merit, the terms must be abided by until an attorney can help get the order of protection rescinded. Violating an order of protection is… Read More »

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Tennessee Underage Consumption Laws

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Across the United States, the legal age for drinking alcohol is 21 years old, and anyone who consumes alcohol under that age is committing an illegal act. Tennessee takes accusations of underage drinking very seriously, and conviction for underage consumption can stay on a person’s criminal record for life. If you or someone you… Read More »

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Types Of Criminal Offenses

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Although there are many kinds of crimes, criminal acts can generally be divided into five primary categories: crimes against a person, crimes against property, inchoate crimes, statutory crimes, and financial crimes. Crimes Against a Person Crimes against a person are those that result in physical or mental harm to another person. They can be… Read More »

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Tennessee Marijuana Laws: What You Need To Know

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Despite the growing legalization in other states, in Tennessee, marijuana remains classified as a Schedule VI controlled substance, and Tennessee has not legalized the use of marijuana for recreational or medical purposes, except in extremely limited circumstances. If you or someone you know has been accused of possessing, cultivating, or selling marijuana in the… Read More »

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