Drunk driving checkpoints can be a bit controversial. While the police maintain that they're simply trying to keep people safe, the issue is that most OVI stops have to start with reasonable suspicion that the driver may be intoxicated. Police must have a reason to stop the car. Even if they don't think the driver is drunk right away, they need another reason, such as speeding, a seat belt infraction or a broken headlight.
A man who was once referred to as the "Top OVI Cop" in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, is now in legal trouble after he was indicted for allegedly lying on the witness stand and on his police report after arresting a drunk driver. That's perjury, and he's now facing serious charges after the grand jury's ruling, which means there is cause for a trial.
Dissipation of marital assets is something that is often rooted in nothing more complex than spite. You file for a divorce. Your spouse does not want the marriage to end. To get back at you, they begin to waste the marital assets as quickly as possible, thereby preventing you from getting your fair share of them.
Investing in a vacation property usually makes good financial sense. After all, adding some land to your investment portfolio is a good way to diversify. A vacation home also lets you escape the grind of everyday life and relax in a fun or scenic place. If you are thinking about a divorce, though, you may wonder what happens to your vacation property.
Wondering if you can have an amicable divorce with your spouse or if the two of you are going to work it out in court? It may depend on just how much money you have.