April has received the designation as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. In addition to smartphones, drivers can become distracted from messing with the radio, eating and applying makeup. Thousands of people in the United States lose their lives each year due to distracted driving, and everyone needs to do better to keep their eyes on the road.
If you are charged with possession of drugs in Mississippi, your life is about to become very complicated and possibly very scary. What you need most is an experienced, knowledgeable criminal defense attorney to guide you through the prosecution process and aggressively defend your rights. After all, your freedom is at stake. Depending on which drug the prosecutor alleges you possessed and how much of it you allegedly had, you could face up to 20 years in prison if you receive a conviction.
When you are considering a divorce, you might wish the marriage never occurred in the first place. This is a completely understandable feeling, although you might think it is impossible and unreasonable. However, you may not realize that in some cases, it may be possible for you and other Mississippi residents to dissolve a marriage as if it had never existed.
People enter into business with others to reach a beneficial conclusion. When either party does not fulfill his or her end of the bargain, the party left lacking may seek recompense through other measures.
The Food and Drug Administration must walk a fine line between protecting the safety of consumers and respecting their freedom to choose their own products. One tricky issue that the FDA has struggled with for years is homeopathy, which is an alternative to mainstream medical treatments. In the past few years, homeopathy has gained widespread attention and the market is expanding.
People sustain injuries every day in car accidents, truck accidents, defective product accidents and much more. In the best of cases, the injuries are minor, resolve quickly and have tiny, short-term effects. In the worst of cases, an injury may result in death.