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IL defense attorneyDomestic battery is a very serious crime that affects everyone involved. If you have been accused of committing the act of domestic battery, then you may lose your overall quality of life. If children are involved in domestic battery, then your actions may cause them to make more questionable life decisions in the future, including committing the act of domestic battery on others.

Statistics of Children Involved in Domestic Battery and Violence

Every year, as many as 10 million children in the United States witness domestic battery and violence at home. Especially when children are involved, domestic battery and violence is considered to be a family affair and cannot be hidden, even when the abuser and person affected try hard to hide domestic battery and violence.


b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_251600833.jpgFar too often, a relaxing evening out with family and friends has resulted in a night behind bars, all because of the preventable act of driving under the influence. If you have been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol, the charges may bring unwanted consequences that could cost you your overall quality of life, such as future employment opportunities, driving privileges, and even your car.

What is Blood Alcohol Content?

Blood alcohol content (BAC) is defined as the ratio of alcohol levels to breath or blood. The legal BAC level is 0.08; however, a driver can be convicted of driving under the influence for a percentage as low as 0.05 if he or she shows evidence of impaired driving.


b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_716607445.jpgBeing charged with aggravated speeding is very serious and may come with undesired consequences. No matter what the reason may be, it is best to adhere to the speed limit when on the roads. If caught speeding, especially if at a high rate, you may lose potential employment opportunities, driving privileges, and overall quality of life.

Enforcement of Aggravated Speeding

In order to determine the speed that each vehicle is going, law enforcement uses all types of radar devices, including hand-held radar, moving radar, pacing radar, laser speed measurement, photo speed enforcement, and air speed measurement. Since the 1990’s, laser speed measuring devices were initially used, as they could use laser light beams to bounce off a moving vehicle and determine the current speed of that vehicle.


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