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April 2015
Thousands of people in Fairfax County work for either the Federal government or contractors for the government.  Many of these people hold security clearances that enable them to work in position that would otherwise be barred to them but for the clearance.  Did you know that a DUI conviction can seriously impact your ability to...
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What is Cybercrime? Cybercrime is any type of criminal activity committed by means of the computer or internet, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). There are state and federal task forces exclusively focused on eradicated this type of crime. Cybercrimes are prosecuted fiercely and with a very high conviction rate. Certain types of...
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On occasion, police will set up DUI checkpoints to facilitate the discovery and arrest of intoxicated drivers. If you are approaching a checkpoint after having had some alcohol, you may be concerned about running the risk of arrest. In most cases, you can limit your chance of receiving a drinking and driving charge by following...
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While we’ve all seen laws change dramatically regarding DUI’s and the consequences it seems Virginia is playing hardball with anyone who gets caught driving under the influence. In most states your first offense usually results in fines, sometimes special classes, and maybe even minimal jail or “house arrest” situations if you get a strict judge....
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Virginia DUI law (section § 18.2-270) states that DUI is a class 1 misdemeanor. The best way to describe exactly what Virginia DUI law says is to describe it as 2 separate violations. When someone is arrested in Virginia for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs (prescription or illegal) they...
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