Why not try to obtain an alternative program that avoids a conviction? I would explore this option before agreeing to plea guilty. Get a criminal defense attorney to help you.
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Because you admitted to consumption that will probably be enough for you to be found guilty. There are "first offender" type programs in Virginia. An attorney that practices in the area wherey ou received the citation can assist you with that. Please see:
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The Commonwealth is going to have some serious problems in proving that case, so I would recommend pleading not guilty and getting local counsel to assist you. You did not take a PBT, it does not sound like they can say where you were drinking, for how long, and how long it had been.
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