Does your BAC reflect how intoxicated you are?

Your blood alcohol content (BAC) level serves as a useful tool for law enforcement. Officers across the board use BAC levels to determine whether a driver is too intoxicated to be on the road. BAC levels often play a role in the arrest of drivers suspected of DWI. But...

3 types of asset forfeitures

White-collar crime, a term used since the 1930s, includes of offenses such as health care fraud, bribery, embezzlement and money laundering. According to TRAC Reports, the Justice Department filed 234 new white-collar crime suits in December 2020. To combat...

Are false accusations a real problem?

A false sexual assault accusation can result in serious damage to your reputation and livelihood. In today's era, most people will believe an accuser without the need for any evidence. While this is helpful to victims who really have suffered abuse, it is detrimental...

Understand murder charges

When people face murder charges, they may initially think that these charges are all the same. Because these charges have different consequences, people need to understand the differences between them. People may face either second-degree or first-degree murder...

How do you seek employment with a DWI?

You received a driving while intoxicated charge in the middle of a career or job change. How do you explain your encounter with Missouri law enforcement to potential employers? Chron offers tips for finding a job with a DWI on your record. Your charge does not mean...

Properly handling an order of protection

An old adage points out that a thin line exists between love and hate. This refers specifically to the notion that in a romantic relationship (between you and your spouse or partner), one often sees emotions swing from one extreme to the other. While you (like many...