Nashville authorities recently arrested a woman suspected of driving a vehicle while under the influence of marijuana and endangering her child after she got involved in an accident, an article of Fox 17 News reported on January 10.
Reports said 38-year-old April Davis was driving a vehicle with her 3-month-old baby when she got involved in a chain-reaction collision that affected two other vehicles. Responding police told reports that the interior of Davis vehicle had strong marijuana odor. Police later recovered a marijuana blunt inside her vehicle and found that she had been driving with an invalid license. Police also noted that the baby was not properly restrained in the car seat. Appropriate charges were filed against Davis.
Being arrested for charges related to intoxicated driving is stressful as you are going to deal with law enforcement, potential charges, and a chance at time in jail or other fees. However, if you are in such situation, working with a skilled defense attorney is critical to making sure your rights are protected and to possibly lower the penalties imposed on you. Get in touch with Horst Law in Nashville today by calling to find out how he may work on your behalf.
Authorities in La Vergne, Tennessee, arrested and charged a suspected DUI offender after he got involved in a collision with another vehicle as he was driving in the wrong way, an article of wate.com reported on December 27.
According to reports, the several charges filed against 24-year-old Spencer Rhodes included felony reckless endangerment, DUI, and reckless driving. Dispatchers at the time of the incident notified authorities regarding the vehicle, operated by Rhodes, going against the flow of traffic on Interstate 24 West. Rhodes’ vehicle reportedly side-swiped another vehicle, Police Chief Mike Walker said. Rhodes’ vehicle then caught fire as it was running “only on rims,” Walker also said. Authorities revealed via reports that Rhodes had traveled in the wrong-way for approximately 12 miles before the accident took place. Documents revealed Rhodes posted a bond and was later discharged from custody.
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A charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicants (DUI) was filed against professional football player Troy Hill in Los Angeles after he got involved in an accident, an article of the CBS Los Angeles reported on November 19.
Reports said the 25-year-old L.A. Rams player got involved in a collision with a big rig on the WB 101 Freeway not far from the exit of Haskel Avenue. Responding police alleged that Hill rear-ended the truck. A state highway patrol on the scene noted signs of intoxication from Hill and ordered him to perform a field sobriety test. Hill was later brought to Van Nuys station and was later discharged from custody after settling $15,000 bail bond. A court date scheduled on December 14 was set for Hill, records revealed.
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A charge of driving a vehicle while under the influence (DUI) was recently filed against professional basketball player Steve Francis after a traffic stop in Houston, The Washington Post reported on November 22.
Reports said officers from the Houston Police Department stopped the vehicle driven by Francis, 39, on November 19 after he was seen driving with excessive speed. Francis reportedly had a speed of 88 mph on a road with a 65 mph posted sign. Officers on the scene said that the former point guard showed several signs that he had recently consumed alcohol but he avoided a field sobriety test. Francis, who was released after posting a bond, was again taken into custody after he was linked to a June burglary incident in Florida.
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Florida authorities recently accused a professional football player of driving a vehicle while under the influence after a traffic incident, a report of NFL.com stated on September 23.
According to reports, Austin Seferian-Jenkins was stopped by Florida Highway Patrol personnel on September 21 after they observed him driving with excessive speed. The tight end player reportedly had an estimated speed of 75 to 80 mph before he was stopped. Seferian-Jenkins was transported to Orient Road Jail, and he was later waived by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. State authorities say the player was also arrested in 2013 regarding a DUI. Seferian-Jenkins did not have an interlocking device installed in his vehicle at the time of his most recent arrest, which was a requirement of his former DUI arrest.
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Texas Rangers team member Jeremy Jeffress was taken into custody in Dallas for driving a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (DWI).
Reports revealed that the 28-year-old baseball player was stopped by an officer after he was seen driving erratically in the 2500 block of Maple Avenue. Jeffress reportedly admitted to the officer that he consumed several cups of alcohol just moments before driving the vehicle. Jeffress, who had several signs of alcohol intoxication was taken into custody after failing a field sobriety test given to him. A preliminary breathalyzer test revealed that he had a 0.115 percent BAC.
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Numerous charges, including driving while under the influence (DUI), were filed against a man whom authorities apprehended in a recent car chase in La Vergne, Tennessee, an article of News Channel 5 reported on August 21.
According to reports, Carlos Isaula, 20, is facing several counts of felony charges related to drugs, evading arrest, and theft for seizing more than $10,000. Authorities reportedly pursued Isaula after suspecting that a burglary took place on Easy Street. Isaula then engaged authorities in a car chase for several minutes until he crashed the vehicle he was driving on Cane Ridge Road. A K9 personnel assisted authorities in pursuing Isaula. Arresting officers recovered illegal drugs and an open container of alcohol inside Isaula’s vehicle. Furthermore, authorities believe the vehicle was stolen in Williamson County.
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Several charges were recently filed against a man in Chattanooga after he was involved in a two-vehicle accident that resulted in the injuries of three people, an August 14 article of wdef.com reported.
According to reports, the Tennessee Highway Patrol arrested 22-year-old Elder Lopez after he was involved in a car accident in the 2200 block of Hickory Valley Road. A complaint revealed that a vehicle containing three people was struck by Lopez’s vehicle after he failed to stop at a stop sign. Reports also revealed that Lopez went on to drive with excessive speed in the wrong lane of traffic. Authorities determined Lopez was under the influence during his apprehension. A $20,000 bail was imposed upon Lopez, who is currently facing charges of DUI, reckless endangerment, and leaving a crash scene.
Facing a DUI or any related charge can be frightening, especially if it is your first offense. However, if you are charged with such a crime, working with an attorney is a critical step in making sure that your rights as a person are protected. Get in touch with a lawyer at Horst Law in Nashville today by calling .
A vehicle driver is facing a vehicular homicide charge in Nashville after he caused an accident that resulted in one fatality, an article of The Tennessean reported on August 1.
According to reports, 28-year-old Michael Harris was charged after the vehicle he was driving struck a house in the 1100 block of General George Patton Road. Homeowner Bobbie Ann Lafollette, 71, was sleeping inside the house at the time she was killed. Initial investigations revealed that Harris’ vehicle veered off the road, hit a utility pole, then crashed into the living room where Lafollette was sleeping. Reports later revealed that Harris and his passenger were apprehended moments after the crash. Harris was under the influence of intoxicants and attempted to leave the crash scene before police caught him. Six felony charges were filed against Harris, who had previous DUI charges.
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