It's not always safe, but it's certainly justifiable to sabotage unjust laws and malicious government.
Tennessee's residency requirement for retail license applicants "blatantly favors the state's residents and has little relationship to public health and safety," Justice Alito wrote.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin gives advice for changing hearts on criminal justice reform.
The Chattanooga Police Department is at the center of another excessive force lawsuit.
A Nashville producer challenges the city's crazy ban on commercial home recording studios.
More than 8 percent of the state's population is currently disenfranchised.
Charles may be the first person to benefit from the sentencing reductions in the FIRST STEP Act.
Under Tennessee's harsh drug-free school zone laws, Bryant received a 17-year sentence for a first-time drug offense.
Calvin Bryant Got 17 Years In Prison Under Tennessee's Drug Laws. Now He's Asking The Governor For Clemency
"A toxic combination of harsh mandatory minimum sentencing, race, poverty and fatally arbitrary enforcement."
The state can no longer suspend poor people's driver's licenses over unpaid traffic tickets, Judge Aleta Trauger ruled.
This might be the first time a Nashville police officer has been charged for an on-duty shooting.
Why can't the team just play in the city's NFL stadium?
Burn victim. Demon. Half-brother to The Undertaker. Knox County Mayor.
ACLU Accuses Memphis Police of Monitoring the Private Communications of Black Lives Matter Activists
Domestic surveillance in Tennessee.
Rep. Diane Black has proposed legislation reclassifying the offense.
Jason Emert really wants people to know he supports Donald Trump.
In one surveillance video, the victim is tased four times for a total of 50 seconds.
A failed ballot initiative in Nashville had much more to do with hum-drum local factors than shadowy billionaire-backed conspiracies.
A Reason investigation found the zones covered wide swaths of cities and buried first-time offenders under huge sentences.
Taxpayers are increasingly on the hook for millions in overtime, pension costs.
A salon owner complained about "highly disturbing" competition from an app, and the state cosmetology board threatened fines. That won't happen anymore.
But sadly Elias Zarate is no closer to being a barber, because he still doesn't have a high school diploma. And, yes, that matters for some reason.
The cop's boss says he did nothing wrong; the local D.A. disagrees.
"Most Drug-Free Zone laws were established decades ago but have not been reformed despite evidence they're arbitrary and often unnecessarily broad."
Elias Zarate found out the hard way that it's illegal to cut hair in Tennessee, and some other states, without having graduated from high school.
Tennessee Deputy Who Suffered Panic Attack After Firing At Unarmed Man Had Track Record of Lying and Incompetence at Previous Police Department
Deputy Justin M. Johnson should never have been given a badge and a gun.
Private spaces are a great way to minimize social conflict.
Calvin Bryant was a first-time, nonviolent drug offender. Because of his address, he got sent to prison for longer than if he'd committed second-degree murder.
The unarmed man he shot at is being charged with assault.
Nashville's Future MLS Team Has Two Billionaire Owners; Mayor Wants Taxpayers to Help Fund Stadium Anyway
Mayor Megan Barry used to oppose public subsidies for professional sports, but now she's a cheerleader.
Justice Department watchdog to cops: Your banquets don't count as "police activity."
Laurie Wheeler and Martha Stowe were threatened with fines and jail time if they didn't get an expensive, unnecessary license.
Of course. State board says she has to go to veterinary school to learn something she already knows and the schools don't teach.
"I work for the state. My job is to take your property from you."