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Best, Hayduk, & Brock > Posts tagged "Criminal Defense Attorney"

How a Criminal Charge will Impact Your Driving Rights in Chattanooga, Tennessee?

Chattanooga TN DUI defense lawyer

Driving under the influence (DUI) is a criminal offense, and it’s the one that can most often affect driving privileges in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Very often, people fail to realize that they may eventually lose their driving privileges altogether as a result of getting a criminal charge. Here are a few of the relevant legal provisions, as well as the potential consequences that DUIs and other criminal charges can have.   Tennessee DUI Legal Provisions The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security has a strict provision as far as DUIs are concerned. A person who refuses to submit a blood-alcohol sample may face a...

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Matt Brock Law Firm Reports Client’s Murder Charge Was Reduced to Manslaughter

Matt Brock Chattanooga DUI Lawyer

Attorneys Matt Brock and Garth Best joined forces to get Chattanooga man's 2nd-degree murder charge reduced to voluntary manslaughter and his assault charged dismissed, MattBrockLaw.com announces (Chattanooga, TN) Criminal Defense Attorney Matt Brock announces he, in conjunction with attorney Garth Best, has successfully defended a client in court getting his second-degree murder charges dropped to voluntary manslaughter and his aggravated assault charges dismissed. The defendant, 47-year-old Eric McCullough, fatally stabbed his niece and this led to the charges. The jury deliberated for seven hours before returning the verdict in Hamilton County Criminal Court. "Although we feel for the victim's family, we believe...

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Plea Bargains May Help Many Achieve Best Possible Outcome

Chattanooga Tennessee Lawyer for Criminal Defense

Within the past twenty years, there have been more than 250 million arrests in the US. Of these individuals, the FBI has a criminal database of over 75 million people, which accounts for one in three people in the US population of adults. Of course, this number may be old by the time you read about it, since up to 12 thousand names are added to that list each day, without even accounting for repeat offender arrests. What all of these people have in common is that they are not likely to return to their former lives or create new...

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