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1307 N Main Street, Shelbyville, TN 37160

Tennessee

Shelbyville

909 NW Broad Street No. A, Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Tennessee

Murfreesboro

4298 Summer Avenue, Memphis, TN 38122

Tennessee

Memphis

1218 W Main Street, Lebanon, TN 37087

Tennessee

Lebanon

2111 N Jackson Street No. 111, Tullahoma, TN 37388

Tennessee

Tullahoma

2804 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard No. 2, Clarksville, TN 37040

Tennessee

Clarksville

115 SE Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130

Tennessee

Murfreesboro

6406 E Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, TN 37421

Tennessee

Chattanooga

1938 Saint John Avenue, Dyersburg, TN 38024

Tennessee

Dyersburg

402 N Cedar Bluff Road No. 4, Knoxville, TN 37923

Tennessee

Knoxville


Frequently asked questions about pay day loans in tennessee

  • Like two days ago I went out to the bar with my boyfriend and some friends. On the way home we got pulled over because a headlight went out. Well, then they wanted to search the car and they found like a pinch of weed in my purse. Then I was charged with a simple possession charge. My boyfriend didn't even get a ticket for the headlight because they were too worried about me. I have never gotten in trouble like this before and I don't know what to do. I barely make enough money to cover my bills each month and in a few more months I will have to go back to school, therefore taking more time away from making extra money. Paying for the charge is one problem, another is not having it on my record as I want to transfer schools and get into a dental hygiene program and I do not want to ruin any future job prospects or student loans. Should I get a lawyer or have the court appoint one to me? Should I try to apply for a pre-trial diversion? i don't plan on ever getting in trouble again but I might need that in the future some people say. I am severvely becoming depressesd about my situation and I am so so so so so disappointed in myself. My court date is July 16. Please any help is appreciated, I want to know want to know what to expect in court and if i am going to jail, etc.
  • Get a lawyer immediately. If you don't get this off your record, you can forget many careers in the medical field.
  • If funds are so tight, why the bl;ue susie are you blowing (no pun intended) good money on pot? Every person I have ever arrested for possession never expected to be discovered, and went into a diatribe about how it should be legalized. Well, surprise surprise, it is still illegal, and we do not have the option of enforcing the law based on our personal beliefs. Pot is illegal. Many states are reducing the penalties for small quantities, but it si still against the law. you will probably face a small fine, and probation or community service. Consider this a terrific learning experience.
  • Get a lawyer, a public defender is better than no lawyer. You might be able to get the charges reduced. Link to Tennessee marijuana laws. http://norml.org/laws/item/tennessee-pen...
  • You just have to pay a fine...But,you can forget about Federal student aid or ever going to Canada.
  • to pursue you criminally but only in a civil court. I wanted to know if anyone knows if my case would fit into that situtaion. I went ot a dealership and he let me pay my down payment which was 1500 with a post dated check because I told him the money was coming in from my school. But now that the school has pushed my payment date back I called him and asked if he would be able to extend and he said that he would not and if I didnt pay him by the next day he would have an arrest warrant for me. So I would like to know since th worhtless check act is a law would it prevent him from filing an arrest warrant since that would mean he would be pursing me criminally?
  • The Worthless Check Act will probably keep you from being arrested for felony check fraud, but it might be worth calling a lawyer in your area for a free consultation. Not paying the initial payment on the car means that the car is technically stolen after the post dated check date. You could be arrested for that, which will also be a felony. Other possibilities are that the car will be repossessed and sold at auction for a much lower price than you agreed to pay, and you will be responsible for paying the difference between the auction price and what you agreed to pay, with interest. (This is the most likely scenario, depending on how that particular dealership handles things.) A repossession can follow you for a long time, damaging your credit so that you cannot finance another car, qualify for a home loan, or even qualify to rent some properties. In civil court you could be held responsible for up to twice the amount of the check. If I were you, I would try and find a way to make that check good asap.
  • In my State (Missouri) passing a post dated check is as illegal as presenting a check for insufficient funds. However, I believe you have some recourse, albiet not much, since he knew that he was taking an illegal check. Shame on him. But shame on you more for presenting one. You let him put you in a position to be in the wrong, (writing an illegal check.) If you don't have the money for the check at the time you write it, it is an illegal check, however you present it. If you write a post dated check before you have the money in it with the expectation that you'll get it later, you open yourself up to a host of problems. He has a right to present that check when he said he would. Although if I was that dealership manager, I'd fire him for taking invalid forms of payment. Because knowingly taking a post dated check is the same as someone trying to pay with Monopoly money! I hope this is a lesson you learn for the rest of you life. Do the right thing and don't try to take something without having the money to pay for it. If that means you have to walk, ride a bike or take a bus a little while longer, then at least it's better than messing up your credit rating or going to jail. Good luck to you.
  • Where I live it's a crime to write a hot check. Does the "worthless check act" apply to all checks or only those under a certain $ amount?
  • A worthless check is a HOT check. Where i live one cannot not write a post dated check.
  • nope, you gave him a bad check, deal with it.
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