The sacrifices made by Americans who fought and died in defense of freedom in World War I and World War II are essential parts of history. The U.S. lost 535,000 military personnel in those two epic wars, but the nation has lost even more people on our streets and highways since January of 2000, according to a recent report.
Divorce rates for people age 50 and above have doubled since 1990 and the rate for those age 65 and over has tripled, according to the Pew Research Center. But divorce in retirement presents financial challenges that most married couples will avoid.
Everyone who has driven around Lake Charles knows the feeling: you are motoring along when you see two other drivers honking, gesturing and sometimes yelling at each other. Their flash of anger typically dissipates quickly and everyone drives off to their destinations no worse for the wear. But sometimes drivers experience a rush of adrenaline and ire that takes over.
It can be difficult at this time of the year for couples in love to get reservations at popular Lake Charles wedding spots in which to say their vows. The good news for those couples eager to marry is that there are fewer couples today that are facing divorce.
What happens after you’re arrested, and on what schedule, depends on several factors with the seriousness of the charges against you often being the most important. If the charges aren’t too serious, you’re issued a citation and told to show up in court at the specified date and time.
The acclaimed Netflix series, “Making a Murderer,” examined the case of Steven Avery, who served 18 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of sexual assault and attempted murder. Penny Beerntsen, the woman who had been brutally assaulted, had incorrectly identified Avery as her attacker. DNA evidence later proved that another man had actually been the assailant.