DUI Laws in Tennessee are strict and if convicted, it remains on your record for life. If your BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) result was 0.08% or higher, you need a lawyer.
Having a DUI conviction can affect many areas of your life and future, such as a background check for employment, disclosure of criminal conviction, and your auto insurance rates will increase, in addition you will have to file a SR-22 form and keep in place for one year after a DUI conviction, this type of insurance can be costly.
Wilson & Haynes Law Office has experienced DUI attorneys who can help with driver’s license suspension, defend your DUI case, and frequently have minimized the DUI charge and/or the penalties. Know your state's DUI Laws before you think about driving.