If you are driving a vehicle and law enforcement authorities suspect you are intoxicated, there is a good chance that they are going to require you to undergo various field sobriety tests. If officers make an arrest for DUI, the implied consent law in Virginia requires that a driver provide a blood or breath sample. […]
There are various reasons why a person may lose their privilege to drive in Virginia. A suspended driver’s license can have a detrimental impact on a person who needs to get to work, get their kids to school, or to get from the grocery store and back. However, if a person does lose their license […]
The state of Virginia and all local government officials take DUI cases very seriously. When most people think of DUI charges, they think of a person driving under the influence of alcohol. However, a person can also get a DUI if they are accused of operating while impaired by narcotics. Here, the Virginia DUI attorneys […]
Many areas around the country have made significant changes regarding the legalization of marijuana. Over the last few years, various states have legalized recreational marijuana. Virginia has not legalized recreational marijuana, but the legislature did decide to decriminalize marijuana possession offenses. While this may not seem like a traffic violation issue, this is a good […]
The last thing anybody wants or expects is that they are going to get a ticket when they are out driving. Tickets are sometimes warranted, but other times some people wonder why they even got a ticket in the first place. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the total number of crashes across Virginia has gone down. […]
The last thing anybody wants when they are driving on the roadway is to receive a traffic ticket. Yes, there are times when traffic citations are warranted. Traffic laws are in place for a reason – to keep us and others on the roadway safe. However, there are also times when traffic tickets are issued […]
Handling all Emergency Hearings as it Relates to Emergency Domestic Relations Cases and Criminal Bond Hearings
During the Coronavirus Emergency the Courts in Virginia are limiting the court functions to Bond Hearings, Emergency Protective Orders, and Emergency Domestic Relations Cases. The Extended Judicial Emergency is in effect from April 6th through April 26th.
You have battled COVID-19 posts, stories, and perhaps layoffs all week. All you want to do on Saturday is veg out. But is that the best use of your day?
On March 30, 2020, Governor Ralph Northam executed a stay-at-home order for the Commonwealth of Virginia. This order is in conjunction with the previous order, Executive Order 53, which sets out essential v. nonessential businesses. Attorney Drew Page of Suffolk, Virginia explains the implications of this order.
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With all the issues involving coronavirus, Randall Page Law and FM99 have teamed up with public service announcements to help keep our economy moving. Listen to FM99 and keep an ear out to learn how to help our community move forward in these trying times. In support of the community, we at Randall Page Law […]
Video by Drew Page
You got pulled over for speeding. The officer shows you on the ticket where you can call to pay it off if you wish to avoid going to court. Sounds great! But is it really… In this video, I give 3 things for you to consider before paying off your speeding ticket.
George Bruch is a great lawyer. I was charged with DUI and speeding above 100 miles per hour. He paid close attention to my case keeping me informed every step of the way, the prosecutor wanted me to go to jail, but through his negotiations I got no jail time. George works hard and he…