Tennessee has become a place where many people love to visit. They go there for vacations and just to getaway. The nightlife, music scene and beautiful scenery make it a perfect place for a short stay or longer vacation.

Did you know that Tennessee’s tourism industry broke a record at $23 billion in domestic and international travel spending in 2019? It’s a world-renowned destination, and its growth is likely to continue. The region is home to popular tourist destinations and activities, which make it a place where people come from all over the world.  

Tourists want to have fun, but that fun can lead to criminal charges

Unfortunately, Tennessee is also a place where people can run afoul of the law and end up facing charges for DUIs, bar fights or other criminal acts. You may just want to have fun, but you could end up getting caught up in situations that don’t reflect who you really are. You could end up facing serious charges. When you’re visiting and end up accused of violating the law, you need to make sure you quickly learn about Tennessee’s laws and how to defend yourself.

Though you may need to leave town, the charges against you won’t disappear. It’s important that you take them seriously and discuss your case with someone who can help you locally. It can be hard to make time to travel back and forth, especially if you live a great distance from Tennessee. Your attorney will be able to keep you informed and minimize the number of times that you need to return to Tennessee for your case. Our website has more information on the steps you can take next.