August 2018 Archives

Justice Dept challenges Tennessee's rule on exculpatory evidence

In the 1963 case of Brady v. Maryland, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the Constitution requires prosecutors to hand over to the defense any evidence that tends to prove the defendant's innocence. When they do not and the defendant is convicted, their failure or refusal to do so can result in a new trial.

Arrested for criminal trespass while visiting Tennessee?

If you drive or wander onto someone's property in Tennessee, you might merely be asked to leave. Or, you might find yourself charged with criminal trespass. It's a misdemeanor charge but a conviction may result in a fine and at least some jail time.

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