For people across Pensacola, the holiday weekend can't come soon enough. The Fourth of July is a time for parades, barbecuing, kicking back with a drink and maybe even lighting off some fireworks. And many Floridians will enjoy these and other activities in their boats.
There is no doubt that people who are convicted of or plead guilty to criminal charges are facing some serious penalties, especially here in the U.S. Besides the fines, community service and sex offender registration requirements that can come with a criminal conviction, you are also likely looking at incarceration.
The U.S. divorce rate has been hovering at around 50 percent for years now. The rate may fluctuate slightly up or down, but the average is still that about half of all marriages will end in divorce.
In previous posts, we have talked about the fact that people make mistakes and do things like drive drunk, take money and use or sell drugs. These may be isolated incidences, but these charges can define your life and your future.
Every driver knows that driving drunk is against the law and dangerous. However, we are all human and humans make mistakes. If you have made the mistake of drinking and driving, or if you are wrongfully accused of drinking and driving, you would likely do anything to undo the mistakes that led to your arrest, but you can't.