As of Tennessee's 2013 regular session, liquor stores are closed on Sundays as well as on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Information about when liquor stores are permitted to be open appears in section § 57-3-406 of the Tennessee Code.Continue Reading
The code further mandates that no business is permitted to "sell or give away any alcoholic beverages" on New Year's Day, the Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving or Christmas.
The Tennessee Code specifies that liquor stores are not permitted to be open to the public except during regular business hours. Liquor stores are not permitted to "sell, give away or otherwise dispense alcoholic beverages" at any time beyond 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. from Monday through Saturday.Learn more about Law
In Tennessee v. Garner (1984), the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the lower court’s opinion that a Tennessee law allowing for the use of deadly force on an escaped felon or suspect violated the Fourth Amendment, according to Oyez. The escapee was not an imminent threat.Full Answer >
As of 2015, no laws in Tennessee restrict the scalping of tickets to concerts and sporting events. A 2013 bill attempting to impose greater restrictions on the resale ticket market floundered after facing heavy opposition from critics.Full Answer >
The leash law in Tennessee states that a pet dog must be under control of its owner at all times and cannot run at large. A dog can be on its owner's property without a leash, but it cannot stray onto another person's property or out into the street and into public areas.The exception to this law is when the dog is legally hunting or herding.Full Answer >
A first-class letter mailed through the U.S. Postal Service takes, on average, three days to go from Tennessee to Chicago, according to the USPS map server. The Postal Service does not guarantee three-day delivery although first-class delivery generally takes two to three days.Full Answer >