Walker Law




(615) 485-3065 or (931) 292-2889

Nashville and Middle Tennessee Divorce and Criminal Defense Lawyer serving the Middle Tennessee area with affordable legal services. Our fees for services are very reasonable and the full amount is not due at the beginning. We are willing to work with our clients by providing a payment plan throughout the case as the fees become necessary.


Police are pulling people over left and right for non-functioning car lights. Whether it be a headlight, taillight, or brake light you need to routinely check them to ensure that they are all in good working order and that the lenses are not broken. If the lens is cracked or broken and is emitting white light, it might as well be burned out because the police can pull you over. Many people do not perform the simple task of checking to make sure their lights are working properly. Ideally, once a month you should spend 20 seconds walking around your vehicle to inspect your vehicle's lights to make sure they are working. Ask someone to look at your brake lights when you press the brake pedal. This quick routine check can prevent you from an unnecessary and costly police stop.

If you have had a drink with dinner it is a good idea to check your lights before you leave the parking lot. Even if you have had only a sip of beer it can smell like you have been drinking all day long. The officer will detect an odor of alcohol when stopping you for your non working lights and further investigate for a DUI arrest and subsequent search of the vehicle for anything illegal. You can help yourself to avoid any interaction with a quick light inspection and keeping a few spare bulbs in the glove box.

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