As a parent of a college student, one of the most challenging moments is letting your student be on their own. Away from home, they are free to make their own choices--both good and not-so-good. Some of the most critical choices your student can make involve driving. Talking to your student about these choices will help your student be a better--and safer--driver.
You can imagine the scenario: The wife has a promising career position with a great company. With her last promotion, she’s now bringing home over six figures. However, it’s been a different situation with the husband’s career. His industry has been stagnant for a decade and it’s been survival over advancement. After the second child, the decision was easy. He would stay home with the kids. But what happens when the family is divided by divorce?
Regardless of how they find themselves in such a situation, many, many people want to know if it is really possible to fight drunk driving charges if an officer determines that they were legally over the limit when the charges were issued. The short answer is yes, but of course it's more complicated than a simple "yes" or "no."