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How many teens drive drunk?

For those who have not reached the age of 21, alcohol consumption may be encouraged by peers and friends. Unfortunately, some teenagers feel pressured by peers to operate a vehicle after consuming alcohol, which is illegal, even in very small amounts. In Fort Myers and cities across all of Florida, young people who are charged with driving under the influence of alcohol may have their lives upended in a myriad of ways. From license suspension to school problems and a track record that may haunt them years later, underage DUI charges carry serious consequences.

Can a DUI lead to problems with college?

As a college student in Florida, you may wonder if getting a conviction for drunk driving will affect your education. Because a DUI is a criminal charge, you very well could face consequences at school as a result of a conviction. Before you even think about getting behind the wheel drunk, consider what could happen to you if you get pulled over or cause an accident.

Who gets arrested for domestic violence reports?

If you call law enforcement for a domestic violence situation, will you be taken to jail or will it be the other person involved? The answer to this can be surprising. According to The Gainesville Sun, Florida law states the person who began the physical violence is the person who is arrested. The reasons behind the actions are not taken into consideration.

Drywall means 90 days in jail on charges of drug possession

What comes to your mind when presented with the phrase "white powdery substance?" The ambiguity can lead to many different images such as an ordinary household item like wheat flour or laundry soap. For those with wandering minds, it could also evoke something more risqué like cocaine. What does it mean to you?

Can a drunk driving conviction cost me my job?

If you have been convicted of drunk driving in Florida, you can be at risk of losing your job. According to AOL, whether you will be fired or not for a DUI depends on where you work, your employer's policies and the law. It may also be affected by the sentence you received as part of your conviction.

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