Sometimes, driving home after a drink or two seems the wisest option. Because each outing can take its own unexpected turns, it can often be difficult to prepare for a safe ride home after a drink. When a Pennsylvania driver feels that a drunk driving charge has been unfairly given, they may decide to turn to legal assistance. First, however, it could prove beneficial to better understand why so many drivers feel compelled to drive drunk or buzzed in the first place.
“Nothing is certain except death and taxes” is a well-known saying, and Pennsylvania and other states combine these certainties into one with what is known as “death taxes.” It is not an estate tax, but rather an inheritance tax that applies to specific property of residents of the Keystone State.
Imagine finding your dream home and paying a lot of money to get settled, only to discover that a previously undisclosed issue made the property very difficult to live in. To make matters worse, the problem would be easily resolved if not for the stubborn inaction of the homeowner's association (HOA).
First, there was Chicago and then came Boston and now Philadelphia rounds out the top three list for best St. Patricks's day celebrations. With 32 million Irish-Americans located stateside, the Irish in Ireland are outnumbered six fold. Around 39 percent of the population in Philly has claimed Irish heritage so it should come as no surprise that the town knows how to party. As the saying goes "it is all fun and games until someone gets hurt." During St. Paddy's Day that adage takes on a whole new meaning.