If you've found yourself arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), it's likely that your arrest was the result of one or more biological tests. While physical exercises (field sobriety tests) are commonly used to screen drivers suspected of being under the influence, those results alone are not usually enough to gain a conviction. Along with field sobriety tests are breath tests or ones that require bodily fluids to measure levels of alcohol and intoxication.
Have you been putting off your estate planning because you would rather not think about it? If so, you may be making a big mistake. Passing away without a proper estate plan can lead to huge complications for your family, which is something you'd rather not put them through since it can be avoided. Here are some tips to follow when creating an estate plan so that your affairs will be in order.
For people who have never been incarcerated, the terms "jail" and "prison" may be used interchangeably. The truth is that there are some differences. One thing is certain: you should avoid both.
A fundamental difference exists between jails and prisons. Jails are typically for people who are awaiting trial or who have been convicted of misdemeanors. Prisons are typically for people who are convicted of felonies.
Jails vary in their services.