Driving under the influence is a criminal act, and you can be arrested and held accountable for that action. However, there are times when the police overstep their boundaries or accuse you of a DWI without the right information.
If you are fighting charges for a criminal act, you will likely have to go through a criminal trial unless you take a plea deal outside court. There are six main parts of a criminal trial that will take place. The first happens when a jury is chosen. Juries normally must meet strict criteria to make sure they're fair and open-minded enough for your case.
If you've been arrested in the past for drug crimes or are worried about a charge currently going against you, this news about potential changes to the drug laws in Minnesota could be good news for you.
Gun laws in America can be a little confusing. There are different regulations between states in some cases, but in general, the Second Amendment does give you a right to bear arms. However, there are federal regulations and laws that you need to follow.