Thursday, June 25, 2015
Adolescence is usually the time when your child starts to act out and begins to develop the kind of personality he or she will bring into adulthood. As such, rebellion is a common occurrence among teenagers. Unfortunately, some teens take it too far, and find themselves in trouble with the law. It’s only natural that you do not want to think about your teen being handcuffed like the teen pictured above; it’s a distressing thought. Just know, however, that such a scenario can happen simply because your teen was at the wrong place at the wrong time, or was simply hanging out with the wrong people. This is why you should be aware of the legal process when it comes to juvenile cases. If in the event you receive a phone call from the police telling you that your teenager has been arrested, do not panic.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
While driving home after a night out with friends, you hear that all-too-familiar police siren. Upon handing your license, registration, and proof of insurance, the police officer looks at you suspiciously and asks you if you’ve had some drinks that night. What do you do? When staring a potential DUI charge in the eye, many people start to panic. After all, Wisconsin law can be harsh when it comes to punishing DUI offenders. First time offenders face a fine and a six to nine months license suspension. Repeat offenders face varying lengths of mandatory jail time on top of exorbitant fines and lengthy license suspensions.