September 2018 Archives
Whether you're heading back into Norman from Oklahoma City, leaving an OU game or simply heading home from your favorite restaurant here in town, a police officer may pull you over. If the way you were driving somehow aroused the suspicions of the officer, he or she could start asking you questions about your drinking habits.
A person who is convicted of a drunk driving offense might be told that they need to have an ignition interlock installed on their vehicle. This is a device that requires the driver to blow a breath sample into it. This is checked for the presence of alcohol. If the person who blows into the device has a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) that is higher than the set limit, the device won't start.
We recently discussed some points that Oklahoma residents might find interesting about marijuana. This is far from the only drug that is illegal in this state. For anyone who is using illegal drugs or using prescriptions that weren't written to them, there is a risk of facing criminal charges.
While many states in the United States are taking progressive measures related to the decriminalization of marijuana, Oklahoma hasn't followed suit yet. If you are caught with marijuana in this state, you can face criminal charges. Here are some things to remember about these charges here.
When an individual dies at the hands of another person, the detectives over the case have to determine what happened. The circumstances of the case are used to decide what type of criminal charges the person will face.