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Monthly Archives: April 2019

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Virginia Police Arrest Hopewell Man for Cocaine & Firearm Crimes

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Virginia police officers arrested and charged a 23-year-old man from Hopewell for drug crimes and weapon offenses, according to an article by NBC affiliate WWBT. In making this arrest, police seized cocaine and various other contraband from the Hopewell man’s possession. In terms of background, police officers executed a residential search warrant on Friday… Read More »

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Virginia Drunk Driver Assaults Police Officers During Arrest

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After a traffic stop in Stafford, a Virginia woman faces criminal charges for driving under the influence (DUI) as well as assault and battery of a police officer, according to an article by FOX8. When law enforcement attempted to arrest this woman, she became extremely aggressive and assaulted the officers. This incident began when… Read More »

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How Does Virginia Address Methamphetamine Manufacturing?

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It is well documented that manufacturing methamphetamine (meth) is a dangerous and hazardous process. In order to produce this illegal drug, many toxic chemicals are required. Furthermore, the manufacturing process releases some of those toxic chemicals into the air, which presents a serious danger for anyone close to the scene. Recognizing this danger, the… Read More »

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Virginia Drunk Driver Receives 25-Year Sentence for Fatal Crash

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After causing a fatal crash approximately one year ago, a Virginia drunk driver received a 25-year prison sentence and 20 years of suspended time, according to an article by ABC7. In addition to incarceration, this 29-year-old Virginia man will face $1,000 in criminal fines and indefinite revocation of driving privileges. After his release from… Read More »

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How Does Virginia Protect Whistleblowers in the Workplace?

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Whistleblowers are employees who take a stand and report unlawful or illegal behavior in the workplace. These brave employees risk their jobs and wages to do the right thing and call out or testify to abuse, misconduct, and other wrongdoing. In certain unfortunate cases, employers have tried to silence whistleblowers through discrimination, threats, and… Read More »

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Virginia Truck Driver Overturns Vehicle & Faces Reckless Driving Charges

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A 26-year-old truck driver from Callao, Virginia, faces criminal charges for reckless driving after overturning his tractor-trailer in Richmond County, according to an article by CBS affiliate WTVR. This truck accident occurred at approximately 6 a.m. on Monday, February 11th. At that point, the truck driver was heading east on History Land Highway, which… Read More »

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