Each day, almost 30 people die in the United States because of alcohol-impaired traffic crashes. In 2012, more than 10,000 US citizens were killed in vehicle crashes that involved alcohol-impaired drivers. In 2010, more or less 1080 people were killed in such kind of crashes in Canada, which means, 3 to 4 Canadians die each day, because of intoxicated drivers. It was the same year when almost 64000 people were injured because of impairment-related car crashes, only in Canada.
These figures are enough to highlight the importance of DUI laws in the country. In many countries, driving under influence is a serious offense and it has quite a few effects too. If you’re found guilty of DUI charges in Markham, it will be added in your criminal record permanently.
In driving schools Markham, you are not only taught about the basics of driving a car, you’re also provided with handful information on traffic violations, so that you should drive safely. At Tomorrow’s Drivers, you will be able to learn better regarding all kinds of traffic violations, including DUI.
Having DUI offense in your criminal record will not only make it difficult for you to find employment, but it will also affect your financial record. In driving lessons, you will also learn how to go about hiring a DUI lawyer and defend your case.
There are two situations when chances of getting caught for DUI are higher:
When You’re Drunk
Most obvious situation occurs when you take Alcohol. It may be somewhere far away from home, in your friend’s party. In order to avoid DUI, you can follow these precautions:
When You Throw a Party
If you throw a party, you can never avoid alcohols. But you can always save your guests from drinking too much. Follow these rules:
By applying these doable tips, you can reduce chances DUI charges.
What if you face such charges?
Even if you got caught driving under influence, or driving while intoxicated, you can hire skilled DUI lawyerto defend your case. There are situations and possibilities that can go in your favor and the only person who could turn these possibilities into realities is your lawyer.
By Anne Stevens
Well it looks like celeb guru, Psychic Christopher Golden, is taking his approach to a whole new level. On the first of April he started inviting some of his clients and students to join “Spiritual Foundation” (www.Spiritual.Foundation) a free member site, where folks can ask Chris questions about the meaning of life. Articles are written by Chris and commented upon by members on topics of psychic healing, love, chakras, kundalini and something called “Shaktipat”.
Just to put this into perspective, if you want to speak with the Beverly Hills psychic directly, the first “initial consultation” is $75 and that is for 15 minutes. After that, email questions are free for existing clients, but a phone session starts at a whopping $425 for 15 minutes and $1,700 for a full hour! And apparently people actually pay this – lots of people from what I can tell. That’s more than what it used to cost to get best-selling author and famed psychic, Sylvia Browne on the phone.
When I reached out to the offices for “Psychic 90210” for comment, someone named Alex said that, “The purpose of the new site is to make Chris more accessible, free of cost, on questions regarding spiritual growth. People who are seeking specific psychic advice would still have to pay for his time and energy using our booking site. But if you have general questions about love, meditation and your own spiritual journey, well that is what Spiritual Foundation is for. You can have access to Chris for free. It’s not all about the money.”
In the interest of full disclosure, I was ready to write a scathing review about his prices, but this Alex fellow sort of disarmed me – some kind of Jedi mind trick perhaps. You can’t really argue with someone making themselves available for free, especially if it’s about spiritual guidance. So, okay, if you want to hire Chris to fix some major love problem in your life, you’re going to pay big bucks. But if you want to pick his brain about the meaning of life, he’s not going to charge you anything. I guess you can’t really argue with that.
So far there are three articles up on the site right now. Their titles are as follows: “Spirituality” a blog about what spirituality is and is not, “Healing and Healers” which gets into how spiritual healing works and basically how to do it and who should do it, and finally “What Matters” which is basically what it sounds like – an article about what matters in life and what does not matter, in the broader scheme of things.
At first I couldn’t help but wonder if this whole thing wasn’t a bit cult-like. But in reading over numerous articles written by Psychic Christopher Golden, over the years, and some interviews, he does not fit the bill of a Jim Jones or Rajneesh. Nowhere has he claimed that he is god or that his teachings are the only true teachings. In fact, his website says he follows the religion of “Advaita Vedanta”. I had to look that one up, but this is a mystical path within the Hindu tradition, which actually rejects all dogma and instead focuses on “non-duality”. I’m not quite sure what that is, but truth be told I am somewhat intrigued by it. There is a Guru-disciple component to it, but “Advaita Vendanta” does not claim to be the one true way and the Guru does not claim to be above it all, in this religious tradition.
As a freelance writer, his prices for a psychic reading are a bit too steep for me (I need my quarters for laundry), but maybe I will ask him some spiritual questions on his website, “Spiritual Foundation”, and write a follow up based on what wisdom he is willing to dispense.
In reading over the comments on the 3 blogs entries that are up so far, there appears to be no shortage of students or clients (not sure what to call them) who credit Golden with turning their lives around and helping them to find peace and meaning for them. The Vedic approach is not really my cuppa, as a Catholic gal, but I can’t argue with someone who is helping people find happiness or make their lives better.
Psychic Christopher Golden is unusual. On the one hand there are all kinds of articles about him advising pop stars and celebrities. On the other hand, everything he has personally written seems grounded and focuses on spiritual awakening and selflessly giving love. I’m intrigued.