Concealed or open carry of a handgun is allowed with permit.
As of July 1, 2014, due to the enhanced Castle Doctrine law, a person may keep a loaded handgun or long gun in their private vehicle without a permit.
On this page you'll find the definition of a DUI, the penalties a DUI carries, and the steps you may need to take to reinstate your Tennessee driver's license.
His mother was fine with out relationship until here recently when she found out that he was skipping school.. I *LOVE* Caroline's response about him having sex with his mom...
I am a 20 year old female dating a 17 year male in the state of Tennessee. If you feel this way, you might also say something like, "I know that [Bf's name] and I both still have a lot of growing up to do over the next ten years and who knows what will happen, but I feel very strongly for him and think this relationship might be one that lasts. If that means not seeing him until he's 18 ok, but I hope we can continue to see each other with your blessing and appropriate limits." P. Him staying at your house is NOT evidence of anything.
"It's a real problem when an 18-year-old comes up with a 17-year-old date. That means you 17-year-old's out there in Tennessee may have to suck up your pride and let Mom and Pop buy your R-rated movie tickets!
We have to say, ' We're sorry.' We don't want to get called on it (by a parent or by the state)." Tashie says if a parent or adult guardian accompanies a 17-year-old to the box office and purchases the minor's ticket, Malco will allow the adult to leave the teenager at the theater to watch the R-rated movie.
One great way to patch things a bit is to tell her that you had no idea and you will reinforce that he can't skip school.
For example - did you know he was skipping school, and are you a part of that?
In Tennessee, the legal age to buy a R-rated movie ticket -- IS 18! Tennessee Code 39-17-907, enacted in 1989, states, "...viewing a motion picture designated "R" for restricted audiences, persons under eighteen (18) years of age not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian..." Violating the law is a Class A misdemeanor, punishable by a ,500 fine and/or 11 months and 29 days in jail.
Malco Senior Vice President Jimmy Tashie says Malco's theaters are enforcing the law because, well, it IS the law.
Note that the age of consent is 18, but there is a 4 year "close in age" exception.