Fathers who are accused of domestic violence may feel insulted or hurt when the fact is that no violence has occurred. False accusations of domestic abuse can hurt a person's reputation and lead to penalties he doesn't deserve. Sometimes, these allegations are made to create a rift between a father and his children, which is the most painful problem of all.
When an officer pulls you over, he or she must have a reason to do so. If you were driving with a light out, had smoke coming from your vehicle or were speeding, for instance, then an officer could choose to pull you over legally.
You went out to dinner with friends an hour or so before you decided to drive home, and then you started to feel odd. You didn't have anything unusual for dinner, yet you feel slightly tipsy. Your vehicle must have been swerving, because an officer pulls you over moments later.
You were heading to a friend's house when an officer pulled you over. Your taillight was out, so he had stopped you to let you know. Everything was going well, and you were pleased that you weren't getting a ticket.
It's not every day you hear about a person dying because of being frightened, but it does happen. Does that person's death count as murder, though? In Wisconsin, officials are trying to say that is the case.