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    Can I Contest My Speeding Ticket in Virginia?

    Getting a speeding ticket can be irritating, but there are some circumstances where it can be much more than an inconvenience. Depending on your driving record and the severity of the charge, a speeding ticket could result in losing your driving privileges and other penalties. In these cases, it’s natural to wonder whether you can…

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    Hit and run

    Hit-and-Run Charges in Virginia

    If you have been charged with fleeing the scene of an accident without providing identifying information and rendering aid, you may face jail time, fines, and license revocation. Being arrested for a crime can be stressful and confusing. The skilled and experienced Virginia hit-and-run attorneys at Leary Law, P.C. can help you during this difficult…

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    What Are Online Sex Crimes Involving Minors?

    What Are Online Sex Crimes Involving Minors?

    Virginia has long criminalized child pornography and sexual contact with a minor. However, the rise of the internet has facilitated the commission of these crimes and online sex crimes. With the click of a mouse, a person could easily access a giant cache of child pornography or set up a rendezvous in a hotel room…

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    Cyber Crimes in Virginia | Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney

    Cyber Crimes in Virginia

    Americans increasingly are spending more time on the computer to engage in everything from shopping to socializing. With so much happening online, it is no surprise that cyber crimes are also on the uptick. According to the FBI, reports of cyber crime have increased 400% in 2020. If you live in Virginia, you could face…

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    How Motions Can Help in Defending Virginia Felony Charges

    How Motions Can Help in Defending Virginia Felony Charges

    Police do make mistakes when detaining you, making an arrest, or investigating crimes. Prosecuting attorneys may also be guilty of errors during the pre-trial and trial process. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s not a mistake, and officials engage in intentional misconduct that affects your case. However, while these issues may violate your rights under federal law and…

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