Nobody is perfect, and probably everyone who drives a car has occasionally gone over the speed limit, even if only on accident. Sometimes, however, a speeding ticket may seem unfair or even capricious—especially if there were people traveling faster than you on the road. If you think that you want to fight the speeding ticket rather than pay the fine, take the points on your license, and have your insurance hiked up for the next year or two, here are some things to consider.
If you have your commercial driver's license (CDL) and drive for yourself or for a company, you know you need to avoid DUI (Driving Under the Influence) charge. This is true whether you are driving your personal vehicle or your commercial truck. This is because if you are charged with DUI when driving your personal vehicle, this also affects your CDL status. Below are some things that will happen to you if you get charged with DUI.
With each passing year, many companies are getting into the industry of autonomous cars. This is good news because technology cannot be held back, and these cars do have a role to play in the society. However, with new technology come new risks that must be addressed. For example, autonomous cars are susceptible to hacking, which comes with related disastrous dangers. The Background: Plausibility In 2016, a group of white-hat hackers hacked into a Tesla Model S car and managed to unlock the cars (without a key fob) and activate the brakes to stop the car.
Breaking up while engaged is easier than divorce, from a legal perspective, but it can be just as devastating from an emotional and financial standpoint. If your ex-fiancé has recently called off your wedding and left you saddled with the bills, you may be wondering about possible legal action to recover at least some of your losses. Although this area of law is inevitably murky and case-dependent, you may have grounds to explore a personal injury case against your ex-fiancé.
Do you know that swearing or cursing at your children can derail your custody battle? This is because cursing at your children may be viewed as a form of child abuse. This is true whether you are using the words in electronic media (such as emails) or verbal communication. Swearing Explained In this context, swearing is the use of offensive language. Some swear words are nearly universal while others are peculiar to different regions.