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Three Crucial Reasons To Insist On A Designated Driver

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Although you probably don’t enjoy parties as much when you’re assigned to be a designated driver, it’s a very important role for a number of reasons. You may feel like a babysitter, but remember that without you, your friends who are drinking may not be able to get home safely, legally, or at all. Here are three reasons why you and your friends should be sure to have a designated driver every time you go out to a party, even if you have to hire one from a designated driver service.…

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4 Key Mistakes To Avoid In Your Criminal Case

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If you find yourself in trouble with the law, you need to make sure you are doing everything you can to prevent the case from spiraling out of control further. Trying to handle the case on your own could end up leading to more and more problems. When faced with a potential felony charge, you need to make sure you do everything you can to protect yourself. Don’t make one of these mistakes in your criminal case.…

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Will You Lose Your License To Practice Medicine If You're Convicted Of A Crime?

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If you’re convicted of a criminal offense, will you lose your license to practice medicine? The answer may depend partially on what crime you committed and partially on the state in which you live. This is what you should know about criminal convictions, your medical license, and your ability to continue to practice in general: The Reaction Of The State Licensing Board Most states have a set of professional standards to which they expect doctors to adhere.…

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