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Could You Pass a Walk-And-Turn Sobriety Test Right Now?

If you've never experienced a field sobriety test, this is how one of the main ones is supposed to work. It's called the "walk-and-turn."

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What Are the Consequences of A Drug Charge for College Students?

You're probably already aware that the consequences of a drug charge conviction can be fairly severe.

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Selling ADHD Medication to Your Classmates Could Cost You

College is a time of learning, personal growth and experimentation. Unfortunately for some people, those experiments can end up causing a lot of problems or even putting an end to their college education.

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Do You Know the Consequences of An Underage Drinking Charge?

When it comes to underage drinking charges, there are a few things that Virginia Tech students and their parents need to be aware of.

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Woman's Drug-Induced Psychosis Prevents Knowing Waiver of Rights

In a truly tragic case, a Virginia woman, on a three-week bender fueled by methamphetamine, marijuana and other drugs, shot and killed her 6-year-old daughter with a single blast from a shotgun.

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How Do You Get a Cinderella License in Virginia?

If your license has been suspended in Virginia due to a conviction for drunk driving, you may be able to convince a judge to grant you a Cinderella, or restricted, license that allows you limited driving privileges.

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Incoming College Students Should Plan for Success Now

With the fall semester just around the corner, now is the time for college students, including incoming freshman, to make plans for the new semester.

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What Should You Know About Disorderly Conduct Law in Virginia?

There's a lot of "hot spots" for vacations in Virginia -- and a lot of visitors come prepared to unwind and cut loose for a little while

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Virginia Task Force Aims to Take 43 More Dealers Off the Streets

A special joint task force in Virginia, formed with help from several different police departments and the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), has taken aim at 43 individuals who are suspected of possession or distribution of heroin.

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Even Insured, Kids Not Getting Addiction Medications - Study

When a young person is arrested for drug possession, are they merely experimenting with the forbidden, or are they addicted? It's a crucial question.

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