Perhaps a law enforcement officer stopped you on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). If convicted, this would represent your second DUI offense within a year. The penalties will increase and so will the adverse effects on your future. Penalties...
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How are co-parenting and parallel parenting different?
You probably agonize over how you and your ex will raise your children after your divorce. Some divorces end with each spouse wishing to have as little contact with the other as possible. If you and your former spouse share custody, you might have to decide what form...
Will you face eviction after a DUI?
One lapse in judgment can find you behind the wheel while under the influence of alcohol. However, that one seemingly small instance of bending the rules can have a huge impact on your life. Most Pennsylvania DUI offenses are misdemeanors, but that doesn't mean you...