Stopped En Route to Bonnaroo

Multiple Tennessee law enforcement agencies ‘step up’ patrol immediately before and after Bonnaroo, knowing festival-goers will be passing through their jurisdictions. They will make stops for a variety of traffic reasons, including following too closely and seat belt violations, with the full intent of searching your vehicle for any illegal drugs. In the event you exercise your constitutional right to refuse search, it is likely they will smell the odor of marijuana, or will use a K-9 which will “hit” on your vehicle, thus giving them probable cause needed to search. The pages on our site related to Bonnaroo Citations, are typically specific to those charged in Coffee County at the festival itself. Outside of Coffee County, cases are handled differently and vary depending on where you were charged.

If you were arrested or cited for drugs or any other criminal offense in Tennessee while on the way to Bonnaroo, call our Tennessee criminal defense attorneys at 615-829-8259 or 931-303-0421 to discuss your situation and what available options you may have.

We frequently encounter these types of situations in the following counties:

Rutherford County (Murfreesboro) (I-24)

Putnam County (Cookeville) (I-40)

Sumner County (Gallatin) (I-65)

Wilson County (Lebanon) (I-40)

Montgomery County (Clarksville) (I-24)

Cumberland County (Crossville) (I-40)

Loudon County (Lenoir City) (I-75)



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