Please note that the Tennessee MIP laws displayed on this page are intended to help help you to learn about your local Tennessee laws.While we have tried to show the most up-to-date version of Tennessee minor in possession laws, but we cannot guarantee its accuracy.Get familiar with these laws, so you and your partner know what is or isn’t legal in your state. Keep in mind that the laws may be different depending on the type of sexual behavior—vaginal, anal or oral—and the gender of your partner.
It is in your best interest that you find an appropriate lawyer for more information about Tennessee MIP laws. This statute provides that no permit or license shall be revoked on the grounds that the operator or any person working for the operator sells beer to a minor over the age of 18 years if such minor exhibits an identification, false or otherwise, indicating the minor's age to be 21 or over, if the minor's appearance as to maturity is such that the minor might reasonably be presumed to be of such age and is unknown to such person making the sale. BAC limit: 0.02 - a BAC level above the limit is (conclusive) evidence of a violation Applies to drivers age 16 or above Applies to drivers under age 21 Registration is not required Tennessee has two Use/Lose laws: Law # 1- Type(s) of violation leading to driver's license suspension, revocation, or denial: * Underage purchase * Underage possession Use/lose penalties apply to minors under age 21 Authority to impose driver's license sanction Length of suspension/revocation: 365 days Law # 2- Type(s) of violation leading to driver's license suspension, revocation, or denial: * Underage purchase * Underage possession * Underage consumption Use/lose penalties apply to minors under age 18 Authority to impose driver's license sanction Length of suspension/revocation: 365 days Notes: In Tennessee, the driving privileges of an offender shall be suspended for one year, or until the offender reaches 17 years of age, whichever is longer.
“Sexual offenders” are required to report annually between 7 days prior to, and 7 days after their birthday. A “violent sexual offender” is any person convicted of a violent sexual offense as defined by T. “Sexual offenders” may file a request for termination of registration requirements with TBI Headquarters in Nashville ten years after the date the offender expires his/her sentence.