Changes of all kinds occur as we go through life, and many of them affect those dear to us.
The Commonwealth of Virginia is very serious about reducing the number of drunk drivers on our roadways. Therefore, if a law enforcement officer pulls you over on suspicion of driving under the influence, he or she will ask you to take a breath test.
In the Commonwealth of Virginia, asking how to divide a horse in a property settlement is not as crazy as it sounds. In addition to the marital home, divorcing couples accumulate property of all kinds, including house pets, farm animals and thoroughbreds.
Scott Leamon used to think that Roanoke was the worst of the worst when it came to DUIs in Virginia. Ten years later, the crime prevention specialist for the city’s police department believes that ramped up enforcement, education and awareness has made a significant difference in reducing local drunk driving arrests.
The statistics are clear: Children of divorced parents are more likely to engage in criminal behavior than children whose parents remain married. In particular, they are at higher risk of abusing (and leading others to abuse) illicit substances.