If you live in Kentucky, received a conviction for driving under the influence in the past and are now facing a new DUI charge, know that harsher penalties may be in your future. The Supreme Court of Kentucky recently upheld a law passed last year extending the period of time prosecutors can look back on when determining future DUI penalties.
One of the most critical aspects of a divorce involving children is deciding child custody. Though a custody agreement may work at first, circumstances may change that make new arrangements a necessity.
If someone asked you what alcoholic drink makes you the most talkative, would you have a go-to answer? Chances are good you have one.
Oktoberfest is right around the corner. Yes, that is right. Even though the name contains October, the celebration begins in September. How long it lasts depends on where you are located.
You know you are not supposed to drink and drive. Maybe you made a dumb mistake or underestimated the effects a small quantity of alcohol had on you. Whatever the reason, what do you do when the police pull you over on suspicion of drunk driving?
A premarital agreement is a terrific way for people heading into a marriage in Indiana to protect themselves should the marriage fail. Among the many rules of contract that such an accord must comply with is the requirement that it be conscionable.
Driving while intoxicated may not be the only charge you are facing. Breaking traffic laws is likely what caused police to pull you over in the first place and discover your drunken state. Therefore, you probably have other traffic tickets to worry about. Do not dismiss them no matter how minor they may seem.
With summer fully underway, there is no better time to break out the grill and enjoy the company of friends and family. You might have a few drinks, too, as you enjoy a relaxing evening. If you drive home, though, you might find yourself behind bars and facing charges of a DUI. According to the Center for Disease Control, between 1.4 and 2 percent of adults in Indiana and Kentucky admit to driving after they have drunk too much.
In recent decades, prenuptial agreements have become increasingly common ways to handle a variety of matters in the event of a divorce. Kentucky law regards prenups essentially as a type of contract between the spouses.
If you face accusations of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in Kentucky, knowing the facts can stop you from making serious mistakes. Unfortunately, some people suffer through believing misinformation.