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When a motor vehicle accident takes place, law enforcement agents may be tasked with investigating the incident to determine the contributing factors. Should the accident involve a single vehicle, police may be more inclined to suspect the presence of wrongdoing on the part of the driver. An off-duty police officer was taken into custody on suspicion of drunk driving following a recent single car collision in Tennessee.

Authorities say the incident began after they received reports of a driver who was exhibiting erratic behavior on a local interstate on a recent Saturday morning. Upon arriving at the scene, police claim to have found the truck had run off the side of the road and rolled over. While investigating the incident, they also claim to have caught a strong scent of alcohol emanating from the driver.

Upon being questioned by authorities, the driver allegedly admitted to consuming alcohol prior to driving. Although police also assert that she agreed to undergo a blood test, the results of these tests were not given. The 19-year police department veteran is facing charges for driving while under the influence, and she has been decommissioned while awaiting further legal proceedings.

In addition to the possible legal ramifications of a conviction for drunk driving, similar charges can also carry personal and professional consequences. Those who wish to gain insight on how best to prepare for what comes next could benefit from speaking with an experienced attorney for advice as soon as possible. This type of guidance could help a person in Tennessee better understand how to make informed decisions regarding his or her case during court proceedings.

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