Posts Tagged ‘Alexandria Fraud Lawyer’
FAIRFAX VIRGINIA: Two felony fraud / forgery charges (VA Code 46.2-105.2, a class 6 felony, and VA Code 18.2-168, a class 4 felony) related to fraudulently obtaining documents from the DMV and forgery of public records, were both REDUCED to class 2 misdemeanors with consecutive jail sentences.
Read more about Fraud and Forgery Law here: Virginia Fraud Laws | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of embezzlement, false pretenses, check fraud, forgery and white collar crimes
Fairfax County, Virginia: Class 6 Felony charge of Obtaining Prescription Drugs by Fraud / Forgery (VA Code 18.2-258.1) was REDUCED to Misdemeanor Possession of Schedule III Narcotic (VA Code 18.2-250) with NO ACTIVE JAIL time and probation for 12 months – and will be DISMISSED under a 251 Disposition 12 months!
Read more about Drug / Marijuana Law here: Virginia Drug Charges | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of possession, distribution and arrest laws
ALL CHARGES DISMISSED: Trial for 9 Counts of Felony Credit Card Fraud and Theft in Alexandria Virginia
Alexandria, Virginia: Marina Medvin’s client has walked out of the trial courtroom today as a free man after being accused of 9 felonies relating to credit card number theft and fraud. ALL charges were DISMISSED on defense counsel’s motion during the trial. He was facing charges of credit card theft under VA Code 18.2-192, credit card forgery under VA Code 18.2-193, and credit card fraud under VA Code 18.2-195. He was facing a maximum prison sentence of 80 years in jail as charged.
Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Larceny Laws | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of shoplifting, petit larceny, grand larceny, embezzlement, burglary and robbery arrests and charges
Alexandria, Virginia: Three Federal Felony charges in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia – including charges for failure to comply with reporting requirements and for false statements to police officers – sentenced to only 12 months of probation, with a special condition of 6 months of home confinement with time outs for work, school, religious self and family activities. No jail time and no fine. This is an outstanding result in the Federal jurisdiction.
Fairfax, Virginia: Felony Fraud Charge – Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses (VA Code 18.2-178) was DISMISSED after a preliminary hearing.
CHARGE to be DISMISSED: Felony Check Fraud – Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses in Arlington Virginia
Arlington, Virginia: Criminal check fraud charge, a class 4 felony – Obtaining Money by False Pretenses – Virginia Code § 18.2-178 will be DISMISSED after payment of restitution.
Fairfax County, Virginia: 4 Felony false pretense check charges (VA Code 18.2-178) were dropped with just an agreement to pay restitution.