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Dec 1, 2021

What Is the Crime Fraud Exclusion?

By |Dec 1, 2021|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

The disappearance of Gabby Petito and the recent discovery of her fiancée Brian Laundrie’s remains have been the controversial subject of headlines for months, with new details unfolding before a captive national audience. Evidence of an altercation between the couple surfaced around the time that her remains were found in Wyoming in late September. An [...]

Nov 17, 2021

Good Idea, Poor Execution: Why Tennessee’s Criminal Courts Are Ready for Mediation

By |Nov 17, 2021|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

In June 2021, Knox News launched an investigation into “mediation” practices in the Eighth Judicial District in Tennessee. The investigation turned up some very troubling information regarding one specific judge, who claimed that he was engaging in mediation with defendants to reduce backlog of criminal cases that had built up during the pandemic. Per Knox [...]

Nov 9, 2021

Federal Agency Data Predicts 100% Increase in Automated Driving Crashes This Year

By |Nov 9, 2021|Personal Injury|0 Comments

With Tesla leading the charge, there are more autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles on the road than ever before. It stands to reason that the number of crashes involving these vehicles will increase as more of them hit the roads and encounter the realities of navigating complex traffic systems. All new technology faces challenges during development, [...]

Sep 22, 2021

Tennessee Law Tightens Definition of Severe Child Abuse to Include Drug Exposure

By |Sep 22, 2021|Criminal Defense|0 Comments

On May 4, 2021, the Tennessee Senate passed Senate Bill 1530 with an amendment that expands on the previous definition of “severe child abuse.” The amendment to the bill now includes “knowingly allowing a child to be within a structure where any of the following controlled substances are present and accessible to the child: a [...]

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