When you're being pulled over or stopped by the police, the last thing you want to do is anything that makes it appear that you're running from them. Running from the police, also called evading police, is a crime.
When you think of a violent offender, you probably don't want to see him or her back in your neighborhood. The problem with that is that painting all offenders with one brush makes it hard for them to change (or want to change). The prison system already makes it difficult for prisoners to reenter society, and the conditions of some prisons makes people less likely to improve during their sentences.
There have always been bullies, and the invention of the internet has not slowed them down. It has made it much easier for individuals to harass, discriminate, intimidate and cause harm to other people. Bullying is not a new problem. Cyberbullying is.
It has always been clear that heroin is illegal in the United States. While not all opiates are illegal, most require a prescription at minimum, and some are not ever allowed to be used. Getting caught with opiates without a prescription or getting caught with an illicit drug quickly leads to serious allegations and charges.
Marijuana is becoming legal all around the country, but that doesn't mean it is legal where you are. While some people may have access due to medical conditions, others have no legal right to obtain, grow or possess the drug.
If you've been stopped for driving under the influence and are convicted, one of the things you may have to have in your vehicle is an ignition interlock device (IID). It's important to understand what an IID is and what its purpose is before it is installed.
You're not 21, but you're over 18 and feel like you should be able to drink. While it's long been argued that those 18 and older should be able to drink, the law currently states otherwise. If you're caught, you can be charged for possessing and drinking alcohol.