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Virginia man allegedly commits fraud by pretending to be a doctor

Doctors must meet all legal requirements before treating patients or promoting themselves as a medical professional. One Virginia man allegedly committed fraud when he used physicians' personal information when applying for jobs with medical staffing companies. The man claimed to be a doctor licensed to practice medicine in Virginia. As a result, these staffing companies were fraudulently induced to hire him as an independent contractor.

Assistance in navigating drug charges

Children and teenagers facing criminal charges have a lot at stake. With their whole futures ahead of them, a juvenile criminal offense can have a major impact on their lives for years to come. A 17-year-old boy was charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer after an altercation in Virginia Beach.

Virginia man charged with DUI after accident fatality

While all DUIs can result in serious legal consequences, a driver facing a DUI after a fatal accident has a lot more on the line. If a driver is convicted of driving under the influence after their involvement in a fatal accident, they may face charges of involuntary manslaughter or vehicular homicide. The penalties may include extended jail time, license revocation, fines and the installation of an ignition interlock device in their vehicle when their license is reinstated. In Virginia, a conviction for vehicular homicide while driving under the influence results in a mandatory prison sentence of three years.

Our attorneys can defend you against drug charges

Facing drug charges can be one of the most difficult things you ever have to do. If you are convicted, you could face a number of legal consequences, including jail time, court-ordered counseling, license suspension, and probation. In addition to the legal penalties, you may also face personal difficulties as a result of your charges. Even people with minor drug offenses on their record may find it difficult to find or keep a job, get custody of their children, or maintain a good reputation in their communities.

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