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Overcoming a DUI and Getting Back on Your Feet

Posted by RahaimSaints on July 23, 2015 | Criminal

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People make mistakes. How you overcome the errors you’ve made, though, can help you grow as a person and build an even better life. If you have a DUI on your record, trying to overcome that mistake can be difficult.

So what can you do?

1) Get help if your DUI is the result of an addiction.

Sometimes, a DUI is a single bad choice. Other times, it is part of a pattern of poor decisions made while drinking. If your drinking is starting to affect relationships, your job or your life, it’s maybe time to reach out and get help. Contact local Alcoholics Anonymous chapters, your doctor or a treatment center to get started on the road to recovery.

2) Get support.

What Makes Delaware Great

Posted by RahaimSaints on July 16, 2015 | Community Events

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Great things come in small packages. While Delaware might not be the largest state in the union, it is one of the most exciting. This region has so much to offer visitors and residents, including:

1) History

New Castle boasts cobblestone streets and museums, while the Delaware History Trail offers 36 historic sites. Delaware — known as the First State — was the first state to ratify the Constitution back in 1787. You’ll find historic sites dating back to the 18th century.

2) Tax laws

Taxes are hardly anyone’s idea of fun, which is what makes Delaware so great — Delaware is one of only five states that doesn’t have sales tax. When you shop here, you don’t have to worry about paying extra.…

How to Talk to Your Kids About Crime

Posted by RahaimSaints on June 18, 2015 | Criminal

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As parents, we often feel it is our responsibility to protect our children from the evils of the world for as long as possible. At the same time, we want them to stay safe and learn appropriate life skills early on. Particularly when a major crime involving a celebrity or other public figure is in the news, your kids may come to you with questions you have trouble answering. Here are a few ways to speak with kids about crime, criminals and the American justice system.

Don’t Shelter Them at Home

When a major crime is in the news frequently, your kids are going to hear about it no matter how hard you try to keep them away. If you initiate the conversation, you have a better chance of shaping their opinion in a positive way.…