Expungement is a process to remove records of an alleged criminal offense from related government agencies. Essentially, expungement is a tool that can be used to remove any remaining stigma of criminal process that a person may suffer as the result of... [Read more]
Have you been charged with petit larceny or a crime otherwise punishable as larceny? If so, it's important to know that sound legal representation incriminal cases is very necessary. If you're worried about the outcome ofyour case, a Fairfax criminal... [Read more]
Among the aggravating factors for any DUI case, three stand out at the top of the list. These major aggravating factors are: 1. An enhanced BAC (0.15 or above); 2. A subsequent offense and; 3. A vehicular accident.
Under Virginia Code 18.2-270, a... [Read more]
Reckless Driving by Speed under Virginia Code 46.2-862 is the most common form of Reckless Driving appearing in Virginia courts. Ironically, I have found it is the type that seems to be most perplexing to people. After all, most people don’t thing of... [Read more]
In the state of Virginia, the act of taking the property of someone to stop them from using said property is theft, or generally referred to as larceny. This crime can have different consequences depending on the details of the act and what was taken. If... [Read more]