A young man who used to be a linebacker for the University of Tennessee has been arrested and is facing DUI charges. The arrest reportedly happened in Knoxville on a recent Saturday morning.
If you get arrested, it's critical that you understand exactly what types of charges you're facing. This can dictate what next steps you should take and what types of ramifications to expect.
Since it's mid-summer in Tennessee, many people are enjoying outdoor gatherings with friends and family, perhaps having barbecues or picnics by the lake, or just having a few people over for a late night swim in the backyard pool and a few cold drinks. That latter part can lead to problems if you're not careful. A sure fire way to interrupt summer fun is getting pulled over and charged with drunk driving.
Many domestic violence allegations are true, but there certainly is the possibility that the accusations are false. While accusations need to be taken seriously, it's important to remember that everyone has a right to be presumed innocent unless proven guilty -- and not the other way around.
A woman in Tennessee was involved in a DUI crash in 2002. Now, 15 years later, the Tennessee Department of Corrections has said that she's been released from prison.