Kids will be kids. But when "kids being kids" get behind the wheel after a night of partying, the old adage goes out the driver's side window. Drivers under 21 are already considered to be inexperienced - adding alcohol to the situation only increases the likelihood of a dangerous situation, injuries, death, and at the very least, an arrest on a criminal record.
If you happen to have a $100 bill in your possession anytime soon, take a closer look. The Federal Reserve has given Benjamin Franklin a colorful face-lift to foil counterfeiters.
Making mistakes is a part of childhood and youth. However, having a permanent record at a young age can create problems in the future. Your record follows you as you seek employment and apply for different licenses. But the mistakes of your past don't have to affect your future. We encourage youthful offenders to take the charges against them seriously and to learn from their mistakes. Our goal is for the young to take control of the future by putting forth a solid defense to charges against them early in life.
With a history of methamphetamine abuse in our state, local and federal agencies continue to vigorously pursue and prosecute persons suspected of trafficking the drug.