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November 2017 Archives

What are the long-term consequences of DUIs?

DUIs have long-term consequences that extend beyond jail time or a fine. Interestingly, many extremely conscientious drivers do end up with DUIs, which ruin their clean driving records. These individuals aren't bad people, but as a result of a bad decision, they may have several long-term consequences to deal with.

2 hospitals sue pharmaceutical companies over opioid crisis

Two hospitals in Escambia County have filed lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies claiming that the companies are in some way responsible for the ever-growing opioid epidemic in the county. The two hospitals are seeking the claim in hopes that they can recover the costs associated with treating patients addicted to opioids.

Probation is a good alternative to a jail sentence

You have been defending yourself, but it's clear that it's possible for a guilty verdict to be reached. Your attorney's job isn't just to get you acquitted, though. He or she fought to make sure you get the lowest possible sentence for your actions in the event of a conviction. In this case, one of the best things you can hope for is probation.

Man faces DUI after driving his lawn mower while intoxicated

When you think of a drunk driver, you probably think of someone in a car or truck. You don't think of people riding their bikes, using a skateboard or riding on a lawn mower. In fact, you might even think someone drinking a beer is fairly common while they mow their lawns.

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