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Monthly Archives: September 2020

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Loudoun County Police Search Ongoing for Reckless Driver in Stolen RV

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The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate an apparent reckless driving incident, after an unknown perpetrator drove a smoking RV through Sterling, according to an article by the Loudoun Times-Mirror. Law enforcement received reports of this incident on Sunday, August 2nd at approximately 2 a.m. The reports indicated that a person was driving… Read More »

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Virginia Family Law: Divorce vs. Annulment

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Virginia family law establishes two major routes for ending a marriage — divorce and annulment. Depending on the circumstances, a married couple might qualify for temporary or permanent divorce. In narrowly defined cases, an annulment to effectively cancel the marriage might be appropriate. Limited Divorce (Bed & Board) Referred to legally as a divorce… Read More »

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Virginia Grand Jury Indicts 25 People on 71 Charges for Drug Crimes

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A Virginia grand jury in Campbell County recently indicted 25 people on 71 charges for various drug crimes, according to an article by CBS affiliate WDBJ. These indictments followed a long-term police investigation by the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, with assistance from the Central Virginia Drug Task Force. Most of the indicted individuals are… Read More »

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4 Consequences of a DUI Conviction in Virginia

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Drunk driving in Virginia is a leading cause of automobile deaths each year. That is why Virginia law features stringent rules against intoxicated or impaired driving. It does not matter if a person consumes alcohol, drugs, or some combination of substances. If consumption causes a person to drive unsafely, it likely qualifies as a… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Regular, Counterfeit, & Imitation Controlled Substances in Virginia?

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Under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, it is a drug crime to possess or distribute illegal drugs, which are officially referred to as controlled substances. Any person who violates these requirements can face misdemeanor or felony charges. If convicted on these charges, there is a real possibility of jail confinement and criminal… Read More »

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Loudoun County Authorities Charge Virginia Woman with Child Endangerment & DUI

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Local authorities in Loudoun County arrested a Virginia woman and charged her with child endangerment and DUI, according to an article by the Loudoun Times-Mirror. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office responded to an automotive accident on August 1st at approximately 10 p.m. When deputies arrived at the scene near City Center Boulevard and Harry… Read More »

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Virginia Man Arrested & Charged for Construction Site Thefts

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Multiple state law enforcement agencies collaborated to arrest a Virginia man for the theft of approximately $170,000 in construction site materials, according to an article by the Loudoun Times-Mirror. After receiving reports of stolen materials from several construction companies in the Dulles South Station region, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and Prince William County… Read More »

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Virginia Drug Crimes: Possession vs. Possession with Intent

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Across the Commonwealth of Virginia, it is a drug crime to possess a controlled substance. It is also illegal to possess a controlled substance with intent to distribute. Despite the apparent similarities between these offenses, they are actually punishable as separate crimes. It is important to note that Virginia has separate laws for marijuana…. Read More »

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