If you've never experienced a field sobriety test, this is how one of the main ones is supposed to work. It's called the "walk-and-turn."
The 2017 fall college semester is in full swing -- which means that it won't be long before the weekend parties start.
You're probably already aware that the consequences of a drug charge conviction can be fairly severe. However, if you're a college student (or a high school student bound for college), the consequences can be beyond anything you ever thought possible -- and it could ruin your life before you even get a chance to get started.
College is a time of learning, personal growth and experimentation. Unfortunately for some people, those experiments can end up causing a lot of problems or even putting an end to their college education. Whether you're starting out your first year at Virginia Tech or returning after a restful summer break to continue your college education, you need to remember that actions have consequences that could impact your future.
No one starts out for a night on the town planning to get arrested, but it can happen to almost anyone under certain circumstances. If you find yourself in handcuffs and facing a drunk and disorderly conduct charge, keep the following tips in mind:
When it comes to underage drinking charges, there are a few things that Virginia Tech students and their parents need to be aware of.
In a truly tragic case, a Virginia woman, on a three-week bender fueled by methamphetamine, marijuana and other drugs, shot and killed her 6-year-old daughter with a single blast from a shotgun.