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Remember to use a designated driver for the 4th of July

If you are going to head out to a fireworks display or barbecue for the 4th of July holiday and plan on drinking, make sure that you plan to have a designated driver or a similar way home after. This can help you to avoid having to end the festivities in a jail cell. Of course, you can't predict the future so there might not be a way that you will know that you are going to head out for drinks.

Domestic violence cases might look into the history of abuse

Facing domestic violence charges is a harrowing experience that can be compounded by the potentially personal aspects of these charges. When there is proof of physical violence, such as photos of bruising or doctor's reports, it might seem like your case is hopeless -- but this might not be the case.

Drug selling or dealing charges are serious matters

Drug charges are always serious matters, but if you are accused of dealing drugs or selling drugs, these are a bit more serious than possession charges. Oftentimes, a person who is accused of possession might be able to enter into the drug court program to try to get assistance for the addiction. This usually isn't possible for a person who is facing a charge for selling or dealing drugs.

Probation violations require careful defense strategy planning

One of the possible outcomes of a criminal case is that you will be placed on probation. This means that you might avoid time in prison, but you will still have your liberties severely restricted during the terms of the probation. While it might seem like this is a much easier sentence than incarceration, some probationers find that it is difficult to comply with the terms.

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