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Stricter laws could reduce alcohol crashes

Over a million people were taken into custody for drunk driving throughout the country in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, it represents just 1 percent of those who reported drinking while driving in the United States annually. To be considered driving while under the influence of alcohol, a Louisiana motorist in most cases needs to have a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher.

Are you at risk for legal trouble re prescription drugs?

Perhaps you had always enjoyed your weekly pick-up games of basketball at a local gym before you suffered an injury that left you dealing with chronic pain. Getting together with friends after work, running off a bit of stress and getting some physical exercise helped you stay in shape and lead an active lifestyle. The day you twisted your back, you had an inkling that your future was about to change, but perhaps didn't realize just how much.

How to convince someone a prenuptial agreement is worthwhile

Most engaged partners in Louisiana believe that their marriages will last forever. However, it is possible that a marriage will come to an end. If that happens, assets that have been in a family for generations could be lost to a spouse in a divorce settlement. The use of a prenuptial agreement can help to prevent that from happening.

Charges of assault and battery

Whether you are a tourist in Louisiana or you have a regular spot where you go to relax, you know that a night on the town can be unpredictable. Alcohol can bring out the worst in some people, and you may have encountered a situation that got out of your control pretty quickly.

How joint legal custody can work for parents and children

Louisiana divorced parents who have legal custody may make decisions about the religion in which the child is raised and the child's education and medical care. It is common for parents who do not share physical custody to have joint legal custody, and there are advantages and disadvantages to this arrangement.

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