Tennessee Supreme Court Hears DUI Case

The Tennessee Supreme Court heard a challenge to the state’s DUI fee system today, the Times Free Press reports. When convicted, defendants were made to pay $250 to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to cover the cost of a blood alcohol or drug concentration test fees. Rosemary Decosimo was convicted of driving under the influence in March 2017, and is challenging those fees, which her attorney argues encourages positive results in blood alcohol tests.
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