Ever need to review the Tennessee Code Annotated (i.e., Tennessee’s State Laws) but not want to spend the $1,000+ to buy them (or, if you have bought them, you are out of your office and not carrying them around)? Here is a link to LexisNexis‘s webpage where they provide “Free Public Access:”
Of course I do not guarantee the accuracy of LexisNexis’s free online resource, but I have personally used it many times in the past without disappointment. Until next time, I remain
Very Truly Yours,
– Nick Lee –
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