If you get caught as a part of a drug bust, you could face charges even if you're not actually selling, using or manufacturing drugs. For this reason, it's important to call your attorney as soon as possible after you're arrested, so you can protect your reputation right away. This case is a good example of how being indicted can affect you, since each of the people have been named in the news.
Before you go in front of a jury, it's important that you're prepared. The way you look and act can make as much of an impression as the testimonies of those who want to see you prosecuted. The way you are perceived can make you look more or less truthful than you are.
Domestic abuse is serious, and it injures and takes the lives of many people each year. Although it is a horrible situation for victims, there are also people who are accused of domestic violence who never participated in a crime.
In the news, you may have heard that there is an opiate epidemic crossing the United States. Opiates, especially heroin and fentanyl, have been sold in growing quantities, leading to a number of overdose deaths.
If you face a DUI charge and are convicted, one of the things you could end up having to use is an ignition interlock device (IID). This device prevents you from driving if you have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) that is over .08 percent. Every time you get into your vehicle, you'll need to submit a breath test. Additionally, you may need to give another sample after you've been driving for a few minutes.
You were driving while slightly tipsy, and you thought you could get home safe. Unfortunately, an officer saw you swerve in your lane, and now you're waiting in the officer's car as he calls in your arrest and plans his return to the station.