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Virginia Techs Student Helps Police Catch a Man for Drugs

A senior at Virginia Tech went to use the men's restroom in the school's McComas Hall on Nov. 8, only to notice a hand holding a cell phone in a bejeweled cell phone case pointed up at him from beneath the divider separating the bathroom's stalls.

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What Happens if You Refuse Breath or Blood Testing in Virginia?

In Virginia, much like other states, all motorists suspected of either driving drunk or drugged are required to submit to have either breath or blood alcohol testing performed on them if asked.

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A Montgomery County Teacher Is Arrested for Public Intoxication

A 26-year-old kindergarten teacher has been released from her job with the Montgomery County School System after she apparently was found to be intoxicated on school grounds.

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Why Police Assume that You Had an Intention to Distribute a Drug

Many people may think that in order to be charged with possession, a police officer must find a drug on your person.

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Likely Sentences for Possessing and Selling Heroin in Virginia

The possession and distribution of opiates including heroin and morphine is illegal under both Virginia state and federal laws.

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Avoid a DUI This Holiday Season

With Halloween only a few days away, the holiday season is upon us. It seems like the last night in October is the first in a series of holiday parties, family gatherings and various other events that usually involve alcohol.

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How Drunk Driving Is Punished in Virginia

In Virginia, it's illegal to drive a car or operate a boat under the influence of alcohol. For those over 21, any blood alcohol content (BAC) result at or above 0.08 percent is considered to indicate intoxication.

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How Drunk or Disorderly Conduct Can Limit Your Job Prospects

According to a researcher with the United States Department of Justice (USDOJ), at least 33 percent of all American adults have an arrest record by the time they turn 23.

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Virginia Can Be Tough on Second Offenses with Marijuana

Despite the fact that much of the country has relaxed the laws surrounding the use and possession of small amount of marijuana for personal medicinal or recreational use -- Virginia is not one of those states.

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Understanding Implied Consent and Sobriety Testing in Virginia

Almost everyone understands the law about alcohol and driving in Virginia. Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle after drinking can put other people and yourself at risk for serious, even fatal crashes.

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