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Focused Representation to Defend Underage Drinking Charges

It is no secret that students often have access to alcohol, both on and off campus. Many college students can run into trouble while blowing off steam in the evening, on the weekend, during mid-terms or during finals.

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Skilled Defense For College Students Accused Of Crimes

Being accused of a crime while in college, whether on campus or off, can be an overwhelming experience for students and their parents alike.

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Aggressive Drug Distribution Defense Strategies

Prosecutors and law enforcement agencies throughout southwest Virginia take drug distribution cases seriously.

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Comprehensive Guide To Defend Against Drug Possession

Despite the national debate to relax drug charges and stop the so-called war on drugs, Virginia law treats drug possession charges harshly.

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Virginia's Handling of Habitual Offenders Convicted of DUI

In Virginia, anyone who's been convicted of either 12 minor or 3 major drunk driving convictions during a single 10-year period may be labeled as a habitual offender by either court officials or the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

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How Prosecutors Prove Intent to Distribute Charges

If you've been charged with drug possession with an intent to deliver charge tacked onto it, then it's important to know that three distinct elements must be met to charge you with that crime.

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A Montgomery County Man Is Sentenced to 25 Years for DUI Death

A Montgomery County, Virginia, man will be spending many years behind bars after pleading guilty to a multitude of different charges stemming from his arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) back on July 4.

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What the Virginia Schedule I and II Drug Possession Penalties Are

In Virginia, those convicted of drug crimes are punished according to what category it falls into. Posession of Schedule I and II narcotics carry the most serious penalties whereas possession of Schedule VI drugs results in relatively minor reprecautions.

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What Falls Under the Umbrella of Drunk and Disorderly Conduct?

Public drunkenness, disturbing the peace and loitering are just some of the many different offenses that may lead to you being charged with disorderly conduct.

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A Virginia Fraternity Brother Faces Drug Distribution Charges

A member of George Mason University's Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity was arrested and charged with distributing the drug lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) on Wednesday, April 25.

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