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Drunk driving charges can ruin your summer fun

With the warmer months of the year here, you are likely ready to enjoy time outdoors. Sometimes, adults might attend functions that involve alcohol. If you are planning to head out to barbecues, bonfires or other events that will have adult beverages, you need to make sure that you are making plans to make it home afterward.

Drugs of all sorts can lead to impaired driving charges

Impaired driving charges can come from a host of situations. It is imperative that anyone who is going to drive understands exactly what it means to be driving while impaired. The truth here is that even people who haven't had any alcohol might face this type of criminal charge.

Woman arrested for driving under the influence

A woman was recently arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Maryland after striking multiple vehicles intentionally and then resisting arrest. The incident occurred on Tuesday, March 6 in Faulkner. She is facing multiple charges following the arrest. According to a news report, the woman is 43 and from the area where the incident occurred.

Verify your plans for the big game this weekend

This weekend is one that will be full of fun and excitement for football fans. If you are planning on heading out to watch the big game somewhere, you must make sure that you have a designated driver or a way to get home if you plan on consuming alcoholic beverages. Hopefully, you have already made those plans and just need to take a minute to verify that everything is still ready to go.

More than 1 charge can come from a drunk driving crash

Drunk driving charges are hard enough to face when that's your only criminal charge. For some individuals, the drunk driving charge is actually the least of their worries. This is the case when the driving while drunk led to a crash. In this instance, you might face the DUI and other criminal charges.

Drunk driving charges don't have to be part of your weekend

Before you head out to watch the game or enjoy holiday festivities this weekend, do yourself a favor and find a ride home. You don't want a drunk driving charge to ruin your weekend or these last two months of the year. By taking the time to find a designated driver or plan for other transportation, you could be saving yourself countless hours and a lot of money.

Don't let alcoholism ruin your life and future

We recently discussed how functioning alcoholics might not realize that they have an issue with alcohol or that this could be one of the reasons why they wound up involved in the criminal justice system. As hard as it is to come to terms with your own drinking problem, it is imperative that anyone facing drunk driving charges determine if an addiction is the underlying cause of the issue.

Functioning alcoholics need help but don't realize it

Drunk driving is a serious problem for many people. For some people, the realization that they have a problem with alcohol doesn't come until they are facing the consequences of drunk driving is a serious problem for many people. For some people, the realization that they have a problem with alcohol doesn't come until they are facing the consequences of alcoholism. This is a tough realization that requires action.

Beware of drunk driving issues over this holiday weekend

Driving home after drinking is never a good idea. This weekend, it will be an especially bad idea because holiday weekends are associated with increased police patrols and saturations. If you find that you are forced to drive home this weekend and know that you are tipsy, you should be prepared to face the consequences of this situation because there is a good chance that you will be arrested for drunk driving.

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