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Ignition interlock devices provide huge benefits for offenders

A study has been conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The study found that in the situation of a driver being convicted for their first-time drunk driving offense, the driver is much less likely to commit another offense if he or she has an ignition interlock device (IID) in his or her vehicle.

Three little letters that can ruin your night

Summer is waning, and if you're like many other Tennessee residents, you may be trying to get some more fun in before school resumes, vacations end and seasons change. Perhaps you have plans to gather with some close friends to enjoy a night on the town and some badly needed rest and relaxation. That's all well and good, unless the type of beverage you order at dinner lands you behind bars later. The last thing you need is a police officer to charge you with DUI.

New state law creates more bills in Tennessee

Last week, a local judge based in Hamilton County, Tennessee, questioned a new state law brought into effect by the Tennessee Attorney General's office. He said the new state law forces him to bill for orders of protection; however, in many cases, these are laws of protection that people don't want.

Test shows that mouthwash could trigger a Breathalyzer

You're heading out for a night with friends, and you quickly shower and use some mouthwash before you leave the house. Five minutes later, the police pull you over for not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign. The officer says your breath smells like alcohol and he wants to give you a breath test.

What are plea bargains?

Around 90 percent of all criminal cases in the U.S. involve plea bargains. This is notable because many countries in the world do not allow plea bargains since those countries consider them unethical.

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