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Traffic and Intersection Cameras – How to Obtain the Footage

Just about everywhere you drive in the city of Memphis will find you being monitored by a camera. Whether it’s a red light/intersection camera, SkyCop camera , video doorbell or closed-circuit feed from a private business camera, our actions are usually recorded somewhere. As reported in the Memphis Commercial Appeal , testimony during a lawsuit between the ACLU and the City of Memphis revealed that there are over 1,000 cameras located throughout the city used to monitor... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, October 4, 2018

Selling Beer and Alcohol to Minors in Tennessee

With wine and beer sales now allowed around Memphis in both grocery and liquor stores alike, there are more outlets for minors to try and illegally purchase alcohol. Even if a store owner or clerk mistakenly reads an I.D., there can be stiff consequences under Tennessee law. Not only can a conviction permanently harm your public record, it can also cause severe business issues for the store owner or permit owner. In our experience, most violations occur when a clerk has misread the... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Germantown, Bartlett, Collierville, and Memphis Criminal Courts- Is There a Difference?

If you have received a traffic citation, been arrested, or been issued a misdemeanor citation in the Mid-South area, then more likely than not your case was handled by the judges and prosecutors in Germantown, Bartlett, Collierville, or Memphis, Shelby County. People often ask if there are any differences in these four main criminal court systems servicing the Memphis area. If you hire a highly qualified  Memphis criminal defense attorney with years of experience operating... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Friday, September 21, 2018

The Law and School Bus Stops

School Bus Laws in Tennessee Schools in Memphis and the Mid-South are back in session, which means a large number of school buses on the roadways. The drivers of these buses are entrusted with safely transporting students of all ages to and from their bus stops and schools. Unfortunately, the drivers can only do some much to guarantee a safe arrival for the students, as the other drivers on the roadway are typically at fault when an accident occurs. Just this week, as reported by WREG... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Friday, September 7, 2018

Window Tint in Tennessee – what’s the law?

The are many drivers in the city of Memphis and the state of Tennessee who have tinted windows to help beat the ferocious summer heat we tend to experience. Tinted windows also play a part in protecting individuals and their property from prying eyes. Alternatively, you can be sure that when a police officer with the Memphis police department sees heavily tinted windows he/she only sees an opportunity to make an investigative stop.   HOW MUCH WINDOW TINT IS LEGAL? ______ The... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, August 30, 2018
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