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    Grand Larceny Shoplifting Felony Charge to be DISMISSED in Arlington Virginia

    ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA: Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting Charge (VA Code 18.2-95) will be DISMISSED after two years of good behavior, with no punishments / penalties, no fine, no jail, no community service, no classes to complete, and no restitution. Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Larceny Laws | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation […]

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    Arlington Virginia Drunk in Public Arrest / Misdemeanor Charge DROPPED

    Arlington, Virginia: Class 4 Misdemeanor Drunk in Public Charge (VA Code 18.2-388) was DROPPED at the first court appearance. 18.2-388. Profane swearing and intoxication in public; penalty; transportation of public inebriates to detoxification center. If any person profanely curses or swears or is intoxicated in public, whether such intoxication results from alcohol, narcotic drug or […]

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    Misdemeanor Driving on Suspended License DROPPED and Speeding Ticket REDUCED in Arlington VA

    Arlington, VA: Class 1 misdemeanor charge of Driving on a Suspended / Revoked License, (which carries up to a year in jail under VA Code 46.2-301) was DROPPED due to improper notice. Speeding ticket was REDUCED to a lower speed with only a $25 fine.

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    Charge DROPPED: Misdemeanor Assault and Battery on a Family Member in Arlington Virginia

    Arlington County, Virginia: Misdemeanor Assault and Battery on a Family Member Charge (VA Code 18.2-57.1) was DROPPED prior to trial. Read more about Assault and Battery Law here: VIRGINIA ASSAULT LAW | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of threatening, assault and battery, malicious wounding & carjacking arrests and charges

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    CHARGES 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 was DISMISSED with payment of restitution. Read more about Fraud Law here: Virginia Fraud Laws | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of embezzlement, false pretenses, check fraud, forgery and white collar crimes

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    Charge to be DISMISSED: Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting in Arlington Virginia

    Arlington, Virginia: Felony grand larceny shoplifting / concealing charge (VA Code 18.2-103 and 18.2-95) will be DISMISSED after a period of good behavior and completion of community service (with some other minor conditions). Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Larceny Laws | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of shoplifting, petit larceny, grand […]

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    Charge DROPPED: Misdemeanor Assault and Battery in Arlington Virginia

    Arlington County, Virginia: Misdemeanor Assault and Battery Charge (VA Code 18.2-57) was DROPPED. Read more about Assault and Battery Law here: VIRGINIA ASSAULT LAW | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of threatening, assault and battery, malicious wounding & carjacking arrests and charges

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    Felony Hit and Run in Arlington Virginia while DUI, 2nd Offense, RESULT in 30 days in Jail

    ATTORNEY RESULT IN ARLINGTON VIRGINIA: A Class 5 Felony Hit and Run car accident (VA Code 46.2-894) with two witnesses, while driving drunk for the second time in 5 years (VA Code 18.2-266), and a confession to both acts – has resulted in only 30 active days in jail on all charges (together with some […]

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    Charge DROPPED: Felony Unauthorized Use of Vehicle in Arlington Virginia

    Arlington, Virginia: Class 6 Felony Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle Charge (VA Code 18.2-102) – equivalent to grand larceny – was DROPPED. 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

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    Charge to be DISMISSED: Misdemeanor Drunk in Public in Arlington, Virginia

    Arlington, Virginia: Misdemeanor Drunk in Public Charge (VA Code 18.2-388) will be DISMISSED. Read more about Drunk in Public Law here: VIRGINIA DRUNK IN PUBLIC LAW | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of drunk in public charges and arrest requirements