You did not do anything wrong, but the jury still finds you guilty. Maybe it's just bad luck. Maybe the jury is biased against you. Perhaps you accidentally implicated yourself even though you were innocent.
When most couples get divorced, that's the end of their time together. Yes, they still see each other when they exchange the kids in accordance with the custody plan, but they move on. They get new homes. They date new people. Life moves forward.
Accidents happen so fast that you never have any idea what's coming. One moment you're listening to a podcast and driving calmly through an intersection with a green light. The next minute, you're pulling yourself out of a totaled car on the side of the road.
It may seem as if there is never a good time for your divorce. For instance, perhaps you were almost ready three years ago, but your mother came down with serious health problems. You had to care for her. Meanwhile, your oldest child started college. Your mother has recovered, but with your child in college, is divorce a good idea? After all, both parents have to cut back on financial expenses.
Right now, recreational marijuana use is still illegal in Michigan. As you may know, voters will have the chance to legalize it in November, but they have not done so yet.