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Boating and alcohol don't mix

While much of the country trudges through snow and turns up the thermostat, you and others in Texas enjoy mild temperatures, including some recent gloriously beautiful weekends. If you and your spouse took advantage of that opportunity and went boating on Lake Travis or another of the bodies of water around Austin, you probably expected to make some lovely memories.

Determining whether tortious assault has taken place

Let's say you and some of your college pals went to a party to kick back and enjoy some free time after studying for finals. You also invited a special someone along as your date. As soon as you arrived at the party location, you immediately felt a bit hesitant as there were a lot of unfamiliar faces in the crowd, some of whom were being quite rowdy. You asked your friends if it might be a good idea to change plans and head someplace else for the evening.

You can expect major life changes if police charge you with DUI

Intoxicated driving is one of the most common charge coming out of traffic stops in Texas and elsewhere in the nation. Just because you imbibe a drink or two then get behind the wheel of a car does not necessarily mean you are breaking the law. Hopefully, you make responsible choices that keep you and those with whom you share the road as safe as possible. If you face DUI charges, it's very likely that your entire life will undergo some very significant changes.

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