Anabolic Steroid Users Might Only Skirt The Law For A Short Time

Posted on: 15 December 2016
Using anabolic steroids without a prescription is illegal. Steroids most definitely should not be purchased from underground labs and employed for personal use. In addition to all the health risks, possession of anabolic steroids is a crime. Specifically, steroids are Schedule III drugs. Possessing anabolic steroids without a legitimate prescription for a legitimate purpose is bad enough. Possession with intent to distribute is far worse since this felony comes with even more serious repercussions including heavy jail time.
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Three Misleading Myths About DUI Charges

Posted on: 28 November 2016
Driving under the influence of alcohol can be a serious mistake to make. In addition to placing you at extreme risk of being in an accident, you may also be susceptible to being arrested. In order for a driver to protect themselves against the risks of driving under the influence, learning about some common myths may be essential. Myth: You Must Actually Be Driving To Be Arrested For A DUI
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Protecting Against Liability When Riding During Difficult Weather

Posted on: 4 November 2016
Motorcyclists have a common reputation for causing accidents and generally being disruptive. This can put a cyclist on the defensive when it comes to riding during extreme weather conditions. Whether it's a winter snow or the fall rains, motorcyclists have to be extra careful to protect themselves against the potential for liability. Always Give Other Drivers a Wide Berth Other drivers can be unpredictable. There are many inexperienced drivers or careless drivers that become extra dangerous when the weather is bad.
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Dog Bite Personal Injury Claims: 3 Tips For Keeping And Storing Fur And Saliva Samples

Posted on: 13 October 2016
Dog bite injuries can be rather extensive and severe. Depending on how deep your wounds are, you might find yourself struggling with permanent disability in areas where you were attacked. With that said, the average dog bite claim in 2015 cost $37,214. If you don't want to have to pay out of your own pockets, you'll need to file a dog bite personal injury claim. To file a claim, you must be able to prove the identity of the dog that attacked you.
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