Generally yes if you have absolutely nothing illegal in or on your property. Make sure your marijuana plants, bags, pipes, or moonshine still is not in plain view. Also, disassemble the Meth-lab before inviting a crime finder to your property.
Seek an attorney. Preferably an attorney that is knowledgeable about US Code Section 1986 (not the year but code #). The Police department report, location, and call logs for the officers on duty at that time will give you some idea and proof as to what they were doing, when and where. Be able to answer and save proof of all damages: broken items, lost wages, psychological counseling, money lost, etc... due to the police actions against you.
Your question requires much more information, such as what County and much more to be answered most accurately. Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney in that jurisdictional area immediately.
A DUI 2nd offense, T.C.A. 55-10-401 et seq., conviction for DUI carries jail time from 45 days up to 11 months, 29 days. It also carries a fine of $600 to $3,500 and 2 years revocation of your TN driver's license. If the 2nd conviction occurs within 5 years of your first conviction you will be facing a mandatory enrollment in the Ignition Interlock Program for 6 months following reinstatement of your driver's license and possible seizure of your vehicle among other punishment requirements.