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Assault charges during a trip to Nashville


Assault charges during a trip to Nashville

On behalf of Patrick T. McNally, Attorney at Law | 
July 30, 2019

Many people like to visit Nashville due to its historical sites and entertainment options. With an impressive music scene and many other attractions, it is no surprise that so many people come to Tennessee on vacation. Whether you are visiting from another state or even another country, there are a number of things to be aware of during your trip. Unfortunately, some people have found themselves in the middle of a fight, which could lead to assault charges that upend their lives (even if they were trying to defend themselves).

Visiting bars is a common experience for many tourists in Nashville, even for those who do not drink alcohol. From live music to excellent food, even those with no plans to drink who do not expect any trouble may find themselves in the middle of a difficult situation. There are many reasons why fights can happen, not only in bars but in all other areas, and tourists may be in a particularly difficult position when these circumstances arise. Whether they are outnumbered by locals or facing stressors related to their trip (such as anxiety and fatigue), finding yourself in this situation can be a nightmare.

Unfortunately, it can be difficult for people to defend themselves when they are accused of assault. There are many different details that may need to be taken into consideration and some people are not aware of their legal rights or options. Assault charges can follow someone around for life, creating problems in their careers and personal lives, and it is imperative to handle these charges correctly.

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