The war on drugs takes many types of casualties. Many commentators and observers continue to document the blight of opioid drugs on communities across Florida and the rest of the United States.
Is your spouse a toxic individual who will stop at nothing to gain the upper hand in your custody battle? Is your custody battle leading to more and more extreme allegations from your spouse that go to the very heart of your ability to parent and your moral fiber?
There is no doubt that the opioid epidemic is having a terrible impact on Florida and across the country. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the rate of fatal opioid overdoses in Florida is increasing, especially in cases involving fentanyl. Even when opioid abuse does not cause deaths, it can result in life-changing addictions, health issues, financial problems and legal consequences.
Everyone knows that drunk driving is illegal and dangerous, yet many people do not think the law applies to them because they are not completely wasted. They are not staggering about after only one or two drinks, so it should mean they are good to drive, right?
Why on earth, knowing the potential consequences, would someone confess to a crime they haven't committed?