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Convicted 01/2012 of first offense Misdemeanor DUI/DWI; ordered to pay a fine, complete ASAP class, have restricted license for 1yr (driving to/from work, etc. permitted) and be on good behaviour (1-2yrs, cannot recall exactly)... Charged with dri...
Contact a local attorney as soon as possible. I practice in that court regularly. Feel free to contact me if you want to discuss your pending case.See question
I was convicted of two felony in 2000, I was a juvenile but trial as an adult and sentenced to a juvenile facility. I was released in 2002 and never looked back. I have a wife and two kids I have to support and when a great job opportunity comes a...
You cannot get this conviction expunged. If you want to discuss the restoration of your civil and firearm rights feel free to call my cell. Having your rights restored may help with future employment.
I completed my probation and paid restitution. I also completed my 10 years of good behavior. I have not been in any other type of trouble.
You cannot get this expunged. If you would like to discuss the restoration of your civil rights and firearm rights feel free to call my cell.
I am a 41 yr old man and I need help! In 1989 I was 16 yrs old and i was convicted in Norfolk VA on drug charges. and they where poss with int. to distribute and sell. I did not go to trial i was given my sentence by the judge in 1990. i was incar...
Based on the limited information provided you cannot get this conviction expunged. You may want to consider restoring your civil and firearm rights. This may help you with future employment. I handle these issues regularly so feel free to call if you want to discuss this option.See question
Felon owning Muzzleloader in Virginia
A convicted felon is not permitted to possess a firearm which includes a black powder muzzleloader. You may want to consider restoring your firearm rights. I handle these regularly so feel free to call if you want to discuss this option.See question
I am a financial consultant and fractional CFO for prominent company. This is a new position, and I have worked very hard to keep my life on the right path. The offense took place in 02/2007 and is in regards to my daughters birth certificate. I...
You cannot petition the court to reduce the charge. You do have the ability to petition the governor and the court to restore your civil and firearm rights. Having your rights restored may help your ability to gain future employment. If you would like to discuss this option feel free to contact me.See question
I have a North Carolina License and was clocked going 95mph on a 70mph highway (I-95 S) in Virginia and recieved a court summons. From what I have read reckless driving in Virginia is different from other places. Apparently it is a Class 1 misdeme...
It's in your best interest to consult with a local traffic defense attorney about the matter.
I am in Spotsylvania regularly and I'm aware of
the courts policies regarding reckless driving by speed at 95mph in a 70mph zone. Feel free to contact me for a more in depth conversation about the case.
My boyfriend is currently being held in the Baltimore City jail. He will soon be on his way to Virginia for a probation violation from either 2011 or 2012. He got a DUI and never took his alcohol class. I was curious how serious a probation violat...
It's important you contact a local defense attorney about the issue. There are many factors that must be analyzed in determining a projected outcome. This would require an in depth consultation to address these issues. I practice in Stafford regularly so feel free to contact me if you want to discuss the case.
how much time for a pound of weed in Manassas Va
There are many factors that come into play when estimating a period of incarceration as a result of a conviction. Your friend will need to have a detailed conversation with a local attorney about this issue. Feel free to contact me for a consult.
I rear-ended a vehicle in Prince William County, VA and have to appear in court for my Reckless Driving citation on 5/7/14. The police officer was apologetic when she issued the summons and said she has no choice but to issue me a Reckless charge...
I would consult with a local attorney about the case. The officer is not required to issue a ticket. The officer is also not permitted by statute to issue an improper driving summons. The penalty for improper driving is a traffic infraction punishable by a fine of not more than $500. I would not put any faith in the officer's "promise" to be helpful in court. Discuss the possibility of lower charges with your lawyer. I go to Prince William regularly so feel free to call to discuss these issues.