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Can I Clear My DUI Record in Virginia?

Getting a DUI is never an ideal situation for your driver's license record.

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Abusing Prescription Drugs During College Is a Mistake

There's a belief among many college students that prescription or over-the-counter medications are somehow safer to use recreationally than other substances available on unregulated markets.

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A Conviction for Disorderly Conduct Can Impact Your Job Prospects

For many Americans, competition is fierce when it comes to finding a job. The job market becomes a lot harder to navigate, though, when you have a criminal record.

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A DUI Conviction Can Greatly Impact Your Future Job Prospects

If you're arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), then it's highly probable that you'll have your driver's licensed suspended, have fines imposed and spend at least one night in jail.

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How Virginia State Law Defines Disorderly Conduct

In the state of Virginia, an individual can be arrested and charged with disorderly conduct if he or she does something that alarms, annoys or inconveniences the public.

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A Conviction for An Aggravated DUI Can Rob You of Your Freedom

There are many penalties associated with being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Virginia.

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How Is Possession Different from Intent to Distribute Charges?

Being charged with drug possession by itself is a serious enough of an offense. When accompanied by accusations that you intended to distribute it as well, though, it can make potential penalities far worse if you're convicted of such a crime.

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A New Virginia Law to Legalize Drunk Driving on Your Own Property

A new drunk driving bill, SB 308, has just been passed through the Virginia Senate with an overwhelming 37-3 vote.

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Aggressive, Public Behaviors Are Considered Disturbing the Peace

Disturbing the peace is one of many different types of criminal offenses that falls under the umbrella of disorderly conduct.

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Guilty Pleas Are Entered in Christiansburg Fake Prescription Case

A federal judge accepted the guilty pleas of at least 10 different members of a Maryland Oxycodone drug ring on Friday, Feb. 9.

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