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Monthly Archives: October 2021


Comparing Possession & Possession With Intent Drug Crimes In Virginia

By Simms Showers LLP |

In most situations, it is a Virginia drug crime to possess any controlled substance, with or without suggesting an intent to distribute. Controlled substance is the technical term for illegal drugs. Substances classified in Schedule I/II are the most addictive and typically pose the highest risk to the end user. Schedule I/II controlled substances… Read More »

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Does Failing To Give Proper Signals Qualify As Reckless Driving In Virginia?

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Reckless driving in Virginia is a criminal offense that can result in severe criminal consequences. This offense involves a failure to safeguard other people or property from dangerous driving behavior. When a person drives their vehicle in a way that threatens the safety of others, reckless driving charges are likely appropriate under Virginia law…. Read More »

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Virginia Authorities Charge Driver For Failing To Yield To Pedestrian

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A female driver faces charges for the traffic violation of failing to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian, according to an article by the Loudoun Times-Mirror. According to the Leesburg Police Department, this incident occurred on Tuesday, August 17 at approximately 9:18 a.m. at Catoctin Circle near the Leesburg Post Office. Allegedly, the female… Read More »

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Overview Of Impersonation Crimes Under Virginia Criminal Law

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From misdemeanor to felony charges, the impersonation of certain individuals or organizations can lead to criminal consequences in Virginia. Virginia law prohibits the impersonation of police officers and public safety personnel. Additionally, Virginia law protects the ability of organizations and associations to safeguard their insignia and other defining characteristics. Impersonating Police Officer The state… Read More »

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