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February 2019 Archives

Manassas man faces criminal charges for stealing deliveries

In Virginia, the penalties for a theft conviction can vary and largely depend on what was stolen, the circumstances, and the value of the items. When people are arrested, they might make various mistakes, such as speaking to law enforcement about the allegations, admitting to certain violations and more. In any situation where there is an arrest, those facing charges must remember that they have rights and must think about formulating a criminal defense to seek a positive outcome.

What if I drive during a license suspension?

Virginians who face a license suspension after being convicted of a breath test refusal or driving under the influence should be aware that they are not allowed to drive. This might sound like a simple fact, but some might believe that there is a limited likelihood of getting caught by law enforcement or that the penalties are not very severe. However, driving with a suspended license can cause significant problems in a person's life. If there is a charge for this violation, having legal advice is imperative to defend against the allegations.

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