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Virginia man faces drug charges following traffic stop

Crime TV shows often show someone getting arrested for drug possession or distribution after police officers break down the door of an abandoned building and chase down the alleged perpetrator in dramatic fashion. However, in real life, drug arrests often start with an uneventful, run-of-the-mill traffic stop.

13-year-old faces criminal charges after argument escalates

According to Virginia state law, maliciously injuring another person is against the law and can result in serious consequences. According to a recent report, a 13-year-old boy is now facing a charge of malicious bodily injury by means of any caustic substance after an alleged altercation with another teen went too far. Juvenile criminal offense convictions can have a long-lasting impact on a teen's life.

Prescription fraud charges in Virginia

Over the past few years, the abuse of prescription drugs has become a serious problem in the United States. As a result, law enforcement officials have been cracking down on those who unlawfully provide, use or obtain prescription medications in Virginia. Prescription fraud can be a felony and can result in severe consequences.

Virginia woman arrested for DUI following collision

According to Virginia's Move Over Law, drivers are required to vacate the lane closest to emergency vehicles, road maintenance and utility vehicles, and tow trucks that are stopped on the road, if it is safe to do so, or slow down to a safe speed. A 21-year-old Virginia driver violated this law when she struck two police cars that were stopped to conduct a traffic stop on the highway. The driver was charged with a DUI following the accident.

Common forms of Medicare fraud

Nowadays, many older Americans count on Medicare to provide them with health care benefits courtesy of the government. However, there are many forms of Medicare fraud that could result in criminal charges. Medicare fraud is a serious crime and the FBI will conduct thorough investigation to ensure that anyone committing this type of fraud faces the appropriate consequences. Generally, if you are convicted of Medicare or Medicaid fraud, you may face time in prison, significant fines, and various other penalties.


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