DON'T DO ANYTHING until you at least try to contact a criminal defense attorney in your area. Use the avvo 'find a lawyer' tab to locate and call one, or call the Virginia State Bar and request a referral. http://www.vsb.org/vlrs/ (800) 552-7977
If you are not able to speak with one today, do not discuss the charge or make any statements to police (whether or not they have read you your rights) during the process. Contact an attorney as soon thereafter as possible.
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I have to agree, you need to speak with an attorney. You should be able to locate an attorney in your area who offers free consultations. Also, depending on what your prior criminal history involves you may want to have the number of a bail bondsman handy when you turn yourself in.Ask a similar question