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  • What Does Reckless Endangerment Mean in Tennessee?
    What Does Reckless Endangerment Mean in Tennessee?

    In Tennessee, Reckless Endangerment is a fairly broad statutory term that could be used to describe various situations. Because of this broad definition, you could also be charged with Reckless ...

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  • Chattanooga PD to Further Enforce Pedestrian Traffic in Response to Protests
    Chattanooga PD to Further Enforce Pedestrian Traffic in Response to Protests

    On Wednesday, July 15th, in response to continued protesting, the Chattanooga Police Department released a statement affirming their intentions to intervene in situations where pedestrians violate ...

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  • What Is Simple Possession in Tennessee?
    What Is Simple Possession in Tennessee?

    According to the TBI’s website, around 80% of all crimes in Tennessee are related to drugs in some way, and drug related offenses are the 2nd most common type of crime to occur. While there are many ...

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  • What to Know About Protesting in Tennessee
    What to Know About Protesting in Tennessee

    The rights to assemble and protest are among one of the most protected groups of rights in the American legal system. And while the government is not allowed to infringe upon these rights, it is very ...

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  • Attorney Andrea Hayduk Reveals How She's Coping with COVID-19
    Attorney Andrea Hayduk Reveals How She's Coping with COVID-19

    Attorney Andrea Hayduk was featured in “The COVID Issue” of For The Defense , which is the attorney-run newsletter of the Tennesse Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (TACDL). In the section ...

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  • The Current State & Condition of Courts, the Intersection of Criminal Law & Immigration law, and Access to Justice in Tennessee with a Focus on Hamilton County
    The Current State & Condition of Courts, the Intersection of Criminal Law & Immigration law, and Access to Justice in Tennessee with a Focus on Hamilton County

    The Current State & Condition of Courts, the Intersection of Criminal Law & Immigration Law, and Access to Justice in Tennessee with a Focus on Hamilton County As of today, April 13, 2020, courts ...

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