The legal limit for blood-alcohol content (BAC) when operating a motor vehicle is .08 in the state of Tennessee. When drivers are tested and found with BAC levels at .08 or higher, they can be charged with driving under the influence. In the state of Tennessee, even a first-time offense will put someone in jail for two days—at minimum. The penalties for multiple DUI convictions become increasingly severe.
But people facing these charges have more hope than they may realize. BAC testing is not perfect, and not all tests are legally administered. When one has a Brentwood DUI lawyer who will aggressively pursue all avenues of investigation, there is hope.
Fancher Law Firm is committed to giving every client the strong legal representation they deserve. We serve all of Williamson County and throughout Davidson and Wilson counties. Defendants deserve more than just an attorney—they deserve legal counsel that truly believes in them, on a personal level, and their right to fairness, justice, and a better future.
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There are no fewer than four lines of inquiry a Brentwood DUI attorney can look at…
Was There Reasonable Suspicion?
Unless the driver was stopped at a designated sobriety checkpoint, the police officer must have had at least some reason for putting on their flashing lights and doing the traffic stop. It can be a reason as simple as a driver rolling through a stop sign or drifting too far over the center line. But there has to be some reason. At Fancher Law Firm, we’ll find out what it was, and if it was valid.
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