Nashville DUI lawyer Rob McKinney uses Nashville Criminal Law Report to provide timely updates on criminal defense & DUI issues throughout the Nashville, Tennessee area.
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I got a call today about a DUI case in Maury County Tennessee. I take tough DUI cases in most Tennessee counties.However , the question was did I know everybody like the clerk , the assistant district attorney , or the court personnel.Since I don't have cases there on a routine basis...
Yesterday , I watched and waited on whether the execution of Troy Davis would be stayed . It was not and Troy Davis was put to death. In the days before his execution , public interest swelled . Protesters , posts on twitter and an outcry to stop the execution. The last minute appeal to the...
The Jury Room Blog ran a great post today on whether female stalkers are less likely to be violent than male stalkers. it is always assumed in domestic violence cases across Tennessee and elsewhere it is always the male that is the violent one. According to a study by Strand and McEwen that...
> Our burger review this week took us back to East Nashville to Mad Donna's. It was my first time there .It was a fun place with a open patio .I learned that it it is a popular brunch place on the weekends. I ordered a BAS burger which stands for bacon,avocado , and Swiss. 8...
Dharun Ravi was convicted last week on invasion of privacy charge as well as other charges . His criminal defense team tried to portray him as a jerky kid that meant no real harm. Mr. Ravi was charged for videotaping his roommate with his computer and then posting about it on Twitter...
Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day . Please drink responsibly and take a cab if you go out to a party . The Nashville Tennessean ran a story on the number of DUI roadblocks planned for St. Patrick's day. The Tennessee Highway Patrol plans over 50 DUI checkpoints and drivers license checks over the...
Rutherford County Tennessee Circuit Judge Don Ash issued two key rulings in the murder trial of Shanterrica Madden . First , the court issued a gag order . The Government moved the court for the gag order which would prohibit the attorneys from publicly discussing the case. The state...
Several weeks ago , I had the chance to work with Nashville immigration lawyer Sean Lewis . Since Padillia v. Kentucky , it is critical that a criminal defense lawyer consult with a immigration lawyer before entering a plea bargain. Now under Rule 11 of the Tennessee Rules of Criminal...
Last year , I started reviewing the best hamburger joints in Nashville here at the Nashville Criminal Law Report . I had a ton of fun doing it , but I thought it might not be for a blog that was discussing serious criminal law issues. So, I discontinued the posts . Some people asked where were the...
Since I have been a criminal defense lawyer , I still don't understand why people accused of a crime talk to police officers or do not exercise their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination. We should all follow the actions of a sitting Tennessee judge. Hawkins County Tennessee...