Posts Tagged ‘DUI Lawyer in Alexandria VA’
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA: Client had prior DUI in another state, along with 7 other criminal convictions, received 4 new charges in Alexandria. DUI Drunk Driving charge (VA Code 18.2-266) with a BAC of .22 resulted in conviction for a regular first offense DWI charge with no penalty enhancement, nor language as to the BAC in the conviction – with just 15 days to serve and the standard first offender treatment. Reckless driving by Speed (VA Code 46.2-862) was reduced to Speeding 19 PMH over with a $75 fine. Obstruction of Justice by Threatening Law Enforcement Officer (Va Code 18.2-460) was DROPPED even though Client repeatedly threatened to kill the police officer who arrested him. Refusal to submit to breath / blood test (Va Code 18.2-268.3) charge was also DROPPED.
Alexandria, Virginia: After a trial, the judge DISMISSED the Refusal to submit to breath / blood test (Va Code 18.2-268.3), and didn’t order any active jail time for the DUI Drunk Driving charge (VA Code 18.2-266).
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA: A probation violation for a DUI 2nd Offense in the Federal United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, for a client with 3 prior alcohol-related convictions on his record, resulted in only 5 and a half hours of incarceration and a modification of the terms of probation to include abstinence from use of alcohol.
ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA | United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria: DUI / DWI charges from Alcohol and Drugs, Possession of Cocaine, and Possession of Marijuana resulted as follows:
- Plea to DUI with no jail time, alcohol classes, probation, a restricted license, and a $200 fine.
- Possession of Marijuana to be automatically dismissed after 1 year of good behavior and completion of drug class.
- DWI and Cocaine charges dismissed.
Arlington, Virginia: Client was charged with class 1 misdemeanor DWI / DUI Drunk Driving (VA Code 18.2-266) resulted in no active jail time, a fine of $300, ASAP classes, and loss of driving privileges in Virginia.