It is fairly common knowledge that driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is illegal. However, the extent to which these offenses are punishable and just what constitutes such an offense vary by state. An illegal BAC in Georgia or Texas may not be the same as an illegal BAC in Florida, and the amount of jail time that convicted offenders will face is also subject to state laws. While we recommend that you never drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol, if you are accused of such behavior, it is useful to know the law.
Miscommunication lies at the heart of many disagreements. Sometimes it can be a minor matter that may be simply laughed off. However, in other circumstances it can have extremely harmful consequences. This is especially true when it comes to personal boundaries. An action that may seem friendly to one person could appear threatening to another.
If you are going through a criminal investigation in Florida, you may be worried about the future. What will happen if you are convicted and what will be the effect of that on your future? Your job prospects could be minimized, you might not be able to go to the college of your choice and there might even be restrictions on where you are allowed to live.