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3 consequences for college students facing legal trouble

Many college students have the motto: work hard, play hard. Class exams are stressful and require weeks, if not months, of intensive studying. When exams are over, some students turn to partying to relax. Unfortunately, partying can quickly lead to mistakes and legal repercussions. If you get in trouble with the law for drugs, assault, theft, vandalizing or drinking while driving, then you could face the following three potential consequences as a college student.

Study shows cellphones and conversations distract drivers

The journal Human Factors has published a meta-analysis of various studies that concern the impact of conversation, both via phone and with other passengers, on driving performance. The conclusions of the analysis may sound familiar, but drivers in Colorado should take them to heart the next time they face distractions while on the road.

Protecting children from custodial interference

Custodial interference can be a serious concern for separated or divorced parents in Colorado. The thought of losing access to one's children due to an ongoing custody or other dispute with a former partner can be emotionally devastating. Of course, the impact on a child's psychological health and well-being can be even greater. When one parent prevents the other one from having time with the child, this could be considered custodial interference, a systematic attempt to undermine and block the custodial relationship of the child with the other parent.

3 things any parent should know about video game cyber-bullying

Video games were a lot simpler when you were a kid. Back then, the only other person involved in your game of Super Mario Bros. was the person sitting next to you on the couch. Nowadays, the gaming experience has moved online, making it much more interactive than before. You can play with friends and strangers around the globe.

Follow all the rules when dividing a 401(k)

When Colorado couples begin the process of divorce, it can become clear just how financially entangled the pair has become throughout their marriage. This is especially true for lengthy marriages or those in which the couple has accumulated significant assets. In many cases, the single largest asset that is part of the marital property of the couple is their retirement fund. Both partners are often depending on those accounts for their future financial health and stability, so dealing with the potential of dividing them can be a fraught emotional issue as well as a financial one.

What to do when suspected of driving under the influence (DUI)

Prohibition ended in 1933, but alcohol continues to be the reason many face legal trouble today. This happens when alcohol is misused or crosses the boundary of Colorado alcohol laws. One way this may occur is when a law enforcement agent suspects someone of driving under the influence (DUI). By law, it is illegal to operate a vehicle with blood alcohol content (BAC) level of 0.08 percent or more.

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