Defendants who are convicted of a crime in Tennessee are often punished through incarceration in county jail or state prison. The primary aim of imprisonment is protecting the immediate society against criminal offenses while depriving the defendant of their freedom.
An increasing number of older couples are seeking a divorce later in life. While the reasons people choose to file for divorce after a long-term marriage vary from one couple to another, there are several challenges inherent in any “gray divorce.” The term “gray” or “silver” divorce refers to the dissolution of marriage undertaken by an older couple.
You’re in the process of divorce, and you have a nagging feeling that your spouse isn’t being honest with you. “There must be more assets than this,” you keep telling yourself. What can you do to uncover the truth?
Infidelity – being unfaithful or engaging in a romantic or sexual relationship with a person other than one's spouse – is a major contributing factor to many relationship breakdowns. For many spouses, cheating brings a feeling of betrayal, pain, and distrust, and may eventually lead to a divorce.
The long process of bringing to a close a policy by Rutherford County law enforcement officials of arresting and detaining children – known as the county’s “Always Arrest” policy – is at hand. On October 29, the $11 million settlement reached in June 2021 will accept its last claims.
If you are a victim of the “Always Arrest” policy, you need to come forward by that date. Contact Brazil Clark, PLLC in Nashville immediately.