Author’s Note: Here at Warrior Law, we are adamantly opposed to intoxicated driving and the toll it too often takes on innocents. That said, there is a difference between being drunk and having the residue of a couple alcoholic drinks on your breath. While the best policy is no drinking at all when you must drive later, sometimes that doesn’t happen. This blog provides food for thought should you need to make legally significant decisions along the roadside. "Happy Birthday t
Author's Note - This is the first in a short series. Self-defense is a personal choice and a person considering arming themselves for that purpose should give all aspects of it full consideration. These posts are merely intended as a legal survey. They are not intended as a comprehensive discussion of self-defense legally, morally, or tactically. The Castle Doctrine The smoke in front of you clears slowly, but the ringing in your ears persists. There's a new smell in the dar
If we haven’t experienced it ourselves we know someone who has, or we have seen it on a TV show like ‘Cops.’ An officer pulls someone over, announces that he or she smells alcohol, and orders the driver to exit the vehicle to perform a Field Sobriety Test (FST). What if it was you? What should you do?
First things first. We at Warrior Law are adamantly opposed to drunk drivers and the great harm they too often selfishly inflict upon the general public. That said there is a