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Ohio Fugitive Arrested in Virginia for Reckless Driving & Drug Possession

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The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Virginia man for reckless driving and the drug crime of marijuana possession, according to an article by NBC 12. This man is also a fugitive from Ohio, where he is wanted in connection with several theft crimes. At approximately 9:30 a.m. on November 21st, sheriff’s deputies noticed… Read More »

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SEPARATION AND DIVORCE-WHEN IT HAPPENS ANYWAY: How Pastors can best respond to marital crisis in their congregation

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By Dominique Callins, Esq. Divorce. A word hardly uttered in holy gathering, except in swift and definite condemnation- or at least strong disapproval. It is the occurrence dreaded, the status shamed, the event experienced by those lost, unrepentant souls. And yet it is a statistic certainty that at least 40% of the married American… Read More »

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What is the Meaning of Malicious Wounding Under Virginia Law?

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Malicious wounding is a specific type of assault and battery crime under Virginia law. This criminal offense addresses highly dangerous behavior that carries a legitimate risk of serious injury or death. Malicious wounding only occurs in the most extreme situations, where the perpetrator intended to cause severe harm to a victim. Any perpetrator who… Read More »

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Assessing 4 Consequences of a DUI Conviction in Virginia

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Every year across the Commonwealth of Virginia, driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is an unfortunate cause of harm and injury. From property damage to physical injury or even death, drunk drivers are exceedingly dangerous. Accordingly, Virginia law features a myriad of penalties and punishments to dissuade people from drinking and… Read More »

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What are the Virginia Laws Against Selling Drug Paraphernalia?

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In addition to laws against possessing or distributing illegal drugs, the Commonwealth of Virginia also outlaws the sale of drug-related equipment. Referred to legally as drug paraphernalia, this term includes various types of devices and equipment that are used primarily to consume illegal drugs. What Constitutes Drug Paraphernalia in Virginia? Under Code of Virginia… Read More »

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Former Leesburg Publisher Sentenced for Two Federal Crimes

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A former publisher from Leesburg will go to prison and pay restitution for two federal crimes, according to an article by the Loudoun Times-Mirror. This sentence came pursuant to a guilty plea entered in June, involving one count of wire fraud and one count of unlawful possession of a firearm. The 53-year-old Leesburg man… Read More »

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What are Several Common Penalties for Reckless Driving in Virginia?

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Under Virginia law, reckless driving is a criminal offense that involves dangerous behavior on the roads. Generally speaking, reckless driving occurs when a driver creates a risk of property damage, physical injury, or death. Though Virginia law also establishes many specific types of reckless driving, such as operating a vehicle with faulty brakes. The… Read More »

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Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substances Under Virginia Law

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The Commonwealth of Virginia has laws against various drug crimes in the interest of public health and safety. One of the most common crimes in this domain involves unlawful possession of illegal drugs, which are referred to legally as controlled substances. Depending on the type of substance in question, unlawful possession charges can result… Read More »

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Fatal Crash Leads to DUI & Involuntary Manslaughter Charges for Ashburn Man

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An Ashburn man faces criminal charges for driving under the influence (DUI) and involuntary manslaughter after causing a fatal crash, according to an article by the Loudoun Times-Mirror. The authorities issued formal charges this December after completing an investigation into the November 16th accident. At approximately 2 a.m. on that date, the Ashburn man… Read More »

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Parking Lot Tax Repealed

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By H. Robert Showers, Esq. A very controversial provision called the “Parking Lot Tax” which was included with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) was officially repealed December 20, 2019, after President Trump signed into law two spending packages—worth a combined $1.4 trillion—that Congress adopted earlier. The original provision was an… Read More »

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