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By Ron Aslam Law Office |

The health and safety of their children is every parent’s greatest concern.  The danger of COVID-19, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, threatens every one of us.  With the government authorities constantly updating new guidelines and social distancing requirements to fight the coronavirus, it can be difficult to know what to do as a… Read More »

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How Can I Avoid Jail Time for a Felony DUI Charge?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

If you are charged with drunk driving, it is highly likely that you will spend some time in jail after your arrest. But relatively few individuals receive jail time after they are convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol. Incarceration is mandatory following a DUI only when it is charged… Read More »

Covid-19 and Wages in Kentucky


By Ron Aslam Law Office |

The novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, has had a devastating effect of the lives and economies of people around the world.  Kentucky has not been immune from the negative economic effects and personal disruptions caused by the coronavirus.  Governor Beshear has ordered that non-essential retailers in Kentucky to close to in-person traffic by 8 p.m. Monday,… Read More »

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I Wrecked My Car and My Friend’s Drugs Were Inside, What Do I Do Now?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

In some situations, you may expect a possession of drugs charge. For instance, if you had a bag of meth in your pocket, you can anticipate a charge of drug possession. However, what would happen if you were stopped by law enforcement for a traffic violation, and the police officer noticed the same bag… Read More »

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What Speed Is Considered Reckless Driving?

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Being charged with reckless driving in Kentucky can have lasting consequences. Apart from having a mark on your driving record, you will have to pay a fine and also risk having your license suspended, depending on your past driving record and the number of penalty points you have accumulated. Section 189.290 of the Kentucky… Read More »


What Happens If I Get Pulled Over for DUI with a Loaded Gun in My Car?

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Getting pulled over by a Kentucky police officer for drunk driving can be a stressful experience to say the least, especially if you happen to have a loaded gun in your vehicle. What should you do in such a situation? Let us take a detailed look: Maintain a Calm Demeanor As difficult as it… Read More »


I Have Been Pulled Over for DUI – What Happens Next?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

It is not uncommon for drivers in Kentucky to be pulled over by police officers from time to time – mostly on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Unfortunately, most people have no idea what to do – and what not to do – in such a scenario. As a… Read More »

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By Ron Aslam Law Office |

            When people hear the term “domestic violence,” they often think of physical violence.  It may be a situation where a husband or boyfriend is physically abusive or it may be a situation where an argument between spouses or partners gets out of hand and one person hits the other.  While the term “domestic… Read More »


Drinking & Driving Around the Holidays

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Impaired driving around the holidays continues to be a problem in Kentucky. Over the last five years, 25 fatalities involving drunk driving occurred around Christmas and New Year’s Eve in the state. How You can Contribute to Safe Driving During Holidays As a driver, you can be proactive in keeping yourself and your loved… Read More »


Types of Chemical Tests For DUI

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

At the time of a DUI arrest in Kentucky, law enforcement will use a chemical test to determine the amount of alcohol present in your bloodstream. This test will be conducted after an arrest, either at the police station or in the hospital, and the prosecution can use the results of this test as… Read More »