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While individuals who are drinking should never operate a motor vehicle, riding a bicycle in lieu of driving a car once seemed like a safe option, now must be reconsidered. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that 37% of-
The United States Department of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) establishes federal laws that identify controlled substances and classifies drugs. The classification of drugs, also known as Drug Scheduling, includes illegal, prescription, and over-the-counter drugs and medicines, based on potential risk-
Possession of prescription drugs, especially ones not prescribed to you, can be illegal in the state of Colorado. Depending on how much and what type of medications or controlled substances you possess can determine the level of legal consequences you-
From small towns to large cities across America, experimenting with drugs and alcohol is almost like a rite of passage for many young people. According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, it is not uncommon for children-
If you are charged with certain crimes, you may be at severe risk of losing custody of your children. Learn more about Child Custody law here.