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April 2018 Archives

4 tips when using a designated driver

Every night that you go out with your friends to have a good time, you should always choose one person who will stay sober. This person shouldn't drink a drop of alcohol the entire night, and he or she should be available to drive everyone home if necessary. Yes, it's quite a responsibility and even could be seen as a "drag," but being a designated driver means that you could be the person who saves your friends lives -- or at least prevents them from getting arrested and charged with a drunk driving offense.

2 black men victimized by discrimination in Starbucks arrest

Everyone has heard stories of racially motivated arrests, and most people know that they're a problem. However, when these incidents are recorded on video, they have a much stronger effect on the public. Whether it's a false arrest for a drug crime, a jaywalking crime or trespassing, these incidents should not go unnoticed. Public outcry and protests may be the only way for all Americans to receive equal treatment by law enforcement.

Could someone get arrested for drunk driving 4 times in 2 days?

The idea of being hit with a drunk driving charge twice in one year is feasible. Even the idea of being hit with a drunk driving charge twice in one month is feasible -- especially if a North Carolina resident is struggling from an alcohol problem. However, the idea of getting arrested for driving while intoxicated four times within the span of a 48-hour period is absolutely inconceivable. Nevertheless, this is exactly what happened to a man in a northeast state.

What is mail fraud?

If you were accused of "mail fraud," you might not consider it to be a serious offense. It just doesn't sound very bad in terms of the various types of criminal charges one could be accused of. However, this common criminal charge could have serious criminal consequences -- especially because of the way it can serve to elevate any other criminal act connected with the mail fraud to the level of a federal crime.

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