Laura V. LaRock
Criminal & Traffic Law Paralegal
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305 Harrison Street SE
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
1015 Berryville Avenue
Winchester, Virginia 22601
9300 Grant Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110-5069
201 International Circle,
Hunt Valley, Maryland 21030
3900 E Mexico Ave
Denver, CO 80210
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In the aftermath of a multiyear investigation, two Virginia Beach men were sentenced for illegally selling cocaine and firearms, as reported by The Virginian-Pilot. According to authorities, the two men first sold cocaine to a confidential police source from a grocery store park lot in 2014. The men sold the cocaine at a rate... Read More »Read More
The use of ignition interlock systems in Virginia seems to be having a depressive impact on DUI arrests, according to an article by WSLS 10. Ignition interlock systems are designed to prevent DUI offenders from committing subsequent DUI offenses. After a DUI conviction, the driver is required to install an ignition interlock system that... Read More »Read More
By David Hyams, Esq. and H. Robert Showers, Esq. “Fascists!”…“Bigots!”…“Theocracy!!” The blood-curdling screams against humble florists and bakers seem almost comical, but the crushing fines and social stigma imposed on these small business owners are no laughing matter. Now, public accommodation laws are being employed to shut Christian businesses down so we need... Read More »Read More
A Virginia woman is challenging her employer’s social media policy after an allegedly wrongful termination, according to an article by The Roanoke Times. The woman contends that she was forced to resign from her position after venting her workplace frustrations on social media. The woman served for 11 years as a part-time financial assistant... Read More »Read More
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