Ugliness – Should it be a Protected Class

An economist believes that ugliness should be considered a disability and protected under law. It may sound good in theory, but in practice it would create a civil litigation nightmare.

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Tennessee Domestic Violence Laws – GPS Tracking For Offenders

GPS tracking for those arrested for domestic violence offenses in Tennessee. It protects alleged victims, but does it violate the constitutional rights of the accused?

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Do it Yourself Divorce, No Attorney?

Even when the divorce is uncontested there are times when not having a divorce attorney leads to disastrous results. Always consider consulting your own family law attorney.

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DUI in Tennessee – Third Strike and Your Out for 5 Years

DUI in Tennessee – Third Strike and Your Out for 5 Years Effective July 1, 2011, DUI offenders have it tougher.   The State of Tennessee has not only removed DUI from the list of criminal offenses eligible for judicial … Read full article

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Preserving the “Fresh Start”

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Preserving the “Fresh Start” [important]Chapter 7 bankruptcy is well known as a “fresh start” bankruptcy, in that typically all debts are discharged and the Debtor is allowed to start over without the burden of his or her … Read full article