Coined the "Miranda rights" from the 1966 Supreme Court Case, nearly everyone has heard the rights that the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution provides them.
The movement to legalize marijuana is gaining traction across the country. Many states are still hesitant to join that movement. However, several states are taking steps to decriminalize the substance.
You may not think of traffic offenses as serious charges. Overall, a single traffic ticket will not have a large impact on your life.
The fact that thousands of drunk driving cases will be reviewed again in Texas might not concern many people here in Kentucky. However, the case in Texas could very soon impact DUI cases across the country.
People depend on their cellphones now more than ever. Cellphones help us keep in contact with loved ones and direct us where we need to go. We store nearly our entire lives on cellular devices, from personal conversations in text messages to memorable photos.
Roughly 10,000 people are wrongfully convicted of crimes each year in the United States. This issue is a divisive topic that criminal justice reformers across the nation are trying to fix.
No matter the circumstances, getting pulled over by the police is a stressful and frightening experience.
The tragedy of the Carrollton bus crash of 1998 led Kentucky to increase the consequences for drunk driving significantly. However, Kentucky still ranks as one of the states with the highest rates of DUIs in the country.
Worried if you or a loved one might be in danger of being pulled over for DUI? According to recent statistics, that worry is warranted.
Recent incidents in New Jersey and Florida have shown that field drug tests used by police to determine if a substance might be illegal are often unreliable, making the millions of Americans charged each year with illegal drug possession prime candidates for criminal defense.