• Being charged with and convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol in Virginia can have serious consequences.

    Possible Defenses to DUI Charges in Virginia

    Being charged with and convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol in Virginia can have serious consequences. Indeed, even a first-time offense is a class 1 misdemeanor, which means that you could be facing fines of up to $2,500 and up to one year in jail, not to…

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    DUI Laws Virginia Motorists

    5 DUI Laws Virginia Motorists Need to Know

    You are probably familiar with the basics of DUI laws in Virginia, so you know you face harsh penalties for a DUI conviction. Your driver’s license will be revoked for 12 months, you could receive a mandatory minimum fine of $250, and the court could issue a fine up to $2,500. Plus, drunk driving is…

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    Implications for High BAC in Virginia DWI/DUI Cases

    Most motorists are well-aware that it’s unlawful to operate a motor vehicle when your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is in excess of the legal limit as stated in Virginia’s statue on Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). You’re probably generally familiar with the penalties that you may face if you’re convicted on drunk driving charges, including imprisonment,…

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    Woman Arrested On Multiple Offenses Involving DWI And Assault

    Woman Arrested On Multiple Offenses Involving DWI And Assault

    Drivers in Fairfax County who are confronted with drunk driving charges may soon find out that these charges are treated very seriously. When a driver is charged with driving while intoxicated, there is also the possibility that multiple other offenses will be levied against him or her as well. The circumstances surrounding the incident that…

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    Underage DUI Charges

    Understanding The Consequences Of Underage DUI Charges

    It seems illogical that individuals between the ages of 18 and 20 can be drafted into military service, can vote and can choose to get married but they cannot legally drink. However, the fact that this reality is illogical does not mean that it should be ignored. Legally, Americans cannot drink alcohol until they turn…

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    Tags: Juvenile Crimes