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October 2016 Archives

Is it your first time being charged with DUI?

Most Utah residents would agree that being pulled over by police is never fun, but if you are then accused of driving under the influence, you could end up spending some time in a jail cell. If this happens to you, and it is the first time you have been charged with DUI, do not assume that you should just accept the consequences. Other options might be available to you because it is your first offense.

Utah woman mistakenly arrested for DUI

Utah police officers are trained to look for certain behaviors when it comes to determining when a driver is driving under the influence of either alcohol or drugs. The problem is that the existence of those behaviors does not always mean that an individual is impaired. Sadly, individuals are often arrested for DUI based on field sobriety tests and observations that are subjective and unreliable.

Before filing for divorce, consider this

Emotions are often running high after a couple decides to end a marriage. Anger, resentment and grief can quickly take control of the divorce process if the parties let them. Instead, Utah residents should take a step back and make an agreement to work together to help ensure that they each have the chance to start their new lives in the best financial position possible.

Angelina Jolie temporarily awarded sole child custody

By now, most people in Utah are aware that Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt. Recently, allegations of child abuse arose against Pitt, and a temporary child custody agreement was reached. As part of that agreement, Jolie was given sole custody of the couple's six children.

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