For drivers who have reached the legal drinking age of 21, “drunk driving” generally means driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or higher. However, for drivers under the age of 21, the state of Michigan has adopted a zero tolerance policy. Drivers under the legal drinking age who are found to have a blood... 
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Federal law enforcement agencies along with various law enforcement agencies in Pinellas County conducted a criminal sting operation this past weekend.  35 people were arrested. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office, which has run nine (9) of these child sex crime stings in the past, also assisted in “Operation Home... 
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A young man died while driving his pickup truck on U.S. 19 when he rear-ended a fully-loaded dump truck, police said. The auto accident occurred shortly after 2 a.m. just north of Klosterman Road in Tarpon Springs. Tarpon Springs police said Joshua Saunders was northbound on U.S. 19 when he collided with the dump truck,... 
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Exclusive Medicare supplement leads can single handedly offer your insurance agency success. Medicare alone does not meet every senior’s needs, and participants must fill in the gaps with Medicare supplements. If you offer those supplements, you will find business — it’s as simple as that. A solid consumer base... 
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Former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent was found guilty of DUI Manslaughter and was quickly sentenced.  That is because in Texas, the jury determines the sentence.  He was facing up to 20 years in prison.  The jury sentenced him to 10 years in probation, but there is a 180 day minimum jail sentence on DUI Manslaughter... 
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LPD Chief Lisa Womack resigned today.  Womack’s resignation is effective May 1.  The chief’s resignation comes only two (2) days after a “no confidence” vote by employees of the Lakeland Police Department.  This comes after a scandal filled year at LPD including sexual misconduct, “bra-shaking”... 
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A recent article in the New York Times covers the growing use of some high technology in curtailing nursing home abuse: hidden cameras. Reporter Jan Hoffman tells the story of 96-year-old Eryetha Mayberry, an Oklahoma City nursing home resident with dementia. Mayberry’s daughter, Doris Racher, noticed that a... 
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The family of a drug overdose victim has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against an archdiocese of the Catholic Church. Wrongful death lawsuit legislation differs from state to state, but the basis of that legislation is the same no matter where the suit is filed. While the details of this case are particularly relevant... 
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For recipients of Medicare benefits, the cost of a hospital stay and any subsequent stay in a nursing facility may depend in large part on whether or not the patient was “admitted” to the hospital as an inpatient, or is on observation status as an outpatient. The distinction is crucial, and vexing for patients... 
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Early on December 20, 2013, a tractor-trailer hit and killed an eight-year-old boy in Queens, New York. The tragedy has prompted his community to call for increased crossing safety for students in the area. According to recent Streetsblog data, this victim was the eleventh New York City resident under 13 to be killed... 
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