Being in the military takes a lot of courage. People of all types serve in the military — single parents, married couples, divorced individuals. If you are in the military and have recently gotten divorced and aren't sure what to do regarding the custody of your children, here are some things you could consider to help make your situation as easy as possible.
Many professions require employees to acquire a license to do business in the state of Ohio. For example, nurses need to receive licenses from a state board. There are numerous ways for people to lose these licenses, and one of the most common reasons is a DUI charge. Dentists, lawyers and pharmacists are other professions that can lose licenses because of a DUI.
Hearing your spouse lie in court, during a divorce case, can really make you angry. However, it is critically important that you stay calm and maintain a professional attitude during the case. Rather than reacting emotionally, look for ways to prove that your spouse is lying. Use your energy in a positive way to make sure justice is served.
First and foremost, operating a vehicle while impaired (OVI) in Ohio is just another way to say driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated. It encompasses both alcohol and drugs when operating a vehicle. If you face an OVI charge, either for the first time or a subsequent time, you need to know the best ways to fight that charge in Dayton so you can get back to your life.
If you are a person who works as an executive or is employed in a corporation, you might be shocked to find yourself accused of bribery. However, bribe accusations can take place in a wide range of different settings.
It can be exasperating when your morning and afternoon commutes put you on the road with other drivers who are impolite, inattentive or downright dangerous. We can understand your frustration. However, it is important for you and other Ohio drivers to know the potential consequences of losing your patience when another driver makes you see red.