Do you face a military OVI?
The consequences of an OVI while serving active duty in the military can be devastating: dishonorable discharge, rank reduction, pay deduction, loss of security clearance, fines and jail time and mandatory military counseling sessions and potential exclusion from some sensitive operations. Military regulations often subject its members to enhanced Non-Judicial Punishment (NJP), which go above and beyond the punishments allowed by civilian law. We are seeing more cases where the leadership is “cracking down” [Read the full post. . .]
Summary: Juveniles in Solitary Confinement, some as young as 10 years of age, do exist in our society today.
What is it like to be locked up in solitary confinement when you are just a child?
Juvenile facilities across the country house children as young as 10 years old in isolation either as punishment or as part of the regular jail/detention operation. Across the U.S, children spend days and months in solitary confinement. The ACLU found that in 2011 [Read the full post. . .]
There is a new NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Test training manual and it is significantly changed from prior versions. Included is the new focus of law enforcement on impairing drugs. The new information lays the groundwork for full implementation of the Drug Recognition Expert protocol now making its way into Ohio law.
This article will focus on the changes in a format that follows the NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Test training manual text, session by session. Full versions of the [Read the full post. . .]