Posts Tagged ‘Criminal Defense Lawyer in Fairfax VA’
Alexandria Virginia: A juvenile’s misdemeanor marijuana possession charge (VA Code 18.2-250.1) was DROPPED through the DIVERSION program, even though client had a criminal history before this charge, and even though client was charged with another marijuana possession charge after this charge.
Read more about Drug / Marijuana Law here: Virginia Drug & Marijuana Charges and Defenses for Possession of Marijuana, Paraphernalia, Possession with Intent, Distribution, and Related Offenses
Read more about Juvenile Defense here: Virginia Juvenile Law and Procedure for Possession of Alcohol by a Minor, Grand and Petit Larceny, Possession of Marijuana, and Other Offenses
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Felony Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses Charge (VA Code 18.2-178) for a value above $32,000 was DROPPED with agreement for restitution.
Read more about Fraud and False Pretense Law here: Virginia False Pretenses, Credit Card Larceny and Fraud, Check Fraud, Forgery, Uttering and related Fraud Charges and Defenses
FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA: Juvenile client was charged with Felony Grand Larceny (VA Code 18.2-95) and Class 1 Misdemeanor Petit Larceny (VA Code 18.2-96). Charges will be DIVERTED and thus DISMISSED before they can be entered into the criminal system, and so the client is able to keep a clean record. Conditions of diversion are completion of 25 hours of community service and a victim impact class in a 3 month timespan.
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
Read more about Juvenile Defense here: Virginia Juvenile Defense | A criminal lawyer’s explanation of juvenile delinquency crimes, arrests and court proceedings
ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA: Felony Hit & Run Charge – Failure to Stop at Scene of Accident (VA Code § 46.2-894) was reduced to a misdemeanor charge with 30 days of modified work release in lieu of an incarcerated jail sentence, and a fine of $100. Related Driving on Suspended charge was dropped.
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: VA Code 46.2-861 Class 1 Misdemeanor Reckless Driving – Too Fast for Conditions trial resulted in a win for the defense with a Not Guilty verdict.
Read more about Reckless Driving here: What is Reckless Driving in Virginia? | A Defense Lawyer’s explanation of VA Law 46.2-852 and 46.2-862
FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA: Class 4 Misdemeanor Drunk in Public Charge (VA Code 18.2-388) was DROPPED after completion of community service.
Read more about Drunk in Public Law here: Virginia Drunk in Public Law Revealed & Explained