Drunk driving laws in Louisiana and across the country are already strict, but they may be getting tougher. The standard legal blood alcohol content limit is .08 percent in all states and the District of Columbia. However, on Dec. 30, Utah will lead the way in introducing a lower BAC of .05 percent. This represents a significant reduction from the current legal limit and a much tougher standards; it could also lead to significantly more arrests for drunk driving.
Have you ever been driving somewhere when unexpected circumstances arise and you have to immediately change your plans for reaching your ultimate destination? For instance, perhaps you've been on a Louisiana road when you suddenly come upon detour signs. Having to change your route, especially if you're unfamiliar with the area, can be quite stressful.
For those who don't have it, or more precisely don't have enough of it, money can seem like a cure to all the world's ills. For those who have experienced how damaging is the blind pursuit of it and the excesses it can lead to, money may truly be considered the root of all evil. The truth probably lies somewhere in between.
It can be overwhelming and confusing to face criminal charges or allegations of criminal behavior of any kind. Your future and freedom are on the line, and it is in your interests to know how to protect yourself and build a strong defense. This is especially true for Louisiana individuals facing domestic violence charges.
Louisiana residents who are at least 50 years old and are thinking about getting a divorce may be concerned about how it may affect their retirement. However, there are steps they can take that can mitigate how much harm a divorce may have on their financial security for retirement.