Category: DUI Defense

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Often, the most important evidence in Driving Under the Influence (DUI) cases is the results from a breathalyzer test. Refusing to take a breathalyzer test can end with dire consequences as well. If you are pulled over in Virginia under suspicion of driving under the influence, chances are, you will be asked to take a […]

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Most people are familiar with the practice of breath testing as a way to determine whether someone has been drinking. But what people may not know is that there are two possible times that breath tests can be given to someone suspected of DUI in Virginia. If you get pulled over and an officer asks […]

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You see the commercials of everyone drinking beers at a bar or at a house party. You tell your loved ones at home that you are just going out for one or two. Most of the time you are right. You only go out for one or two. However, this one time you have just […]

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Most people think that after they are arrested for a DUI, the case is done and that there is no way they can get out from under such a reputation destroying incident. This may come as a surprise to most people, but simply being arrested for a DUI does not mean you are convicted for […]

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Driving under the influence (DUI) laws is strictly enforced throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is no secret that impaired driving leads to a significant amount of roadway fatalities throughout our area each year. One way that law enforcement officers enforce laws against driving while impaired is through the use of sobriety checkpoints. At Randall […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]