Destruction of Property

ATTORNEY DISCLAIMER: THESE ARE REAL DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY DEFENSE RESULTS WHICH DEPEND ON FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE, AND CANNOT PREDICT OR GUARANTEE RESULTS FOR FUTURE CASES.

Virginia Destruction of Property Charge DROPPED For Insufficient Evidence

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Misdemeanor arrest and charge in Arlington, Virginia, for Destruction of Property valued under $1000, VA Law 18.2-137, a Class 1 misdemeanor offense punishable by up to one year in jail and a $2500 fine plus restitution, resulted in DROPPED charges for insufficient evidence to prosecute. Read more about Arlington […]

Arlington Virginia Destruction of Property 18.2-137 Charge DROPPED

ARLINGTON, VA Misdemeanor arrest and charge in Arlington County, Virginia, for Destruction of Property under VA Law 18.2-137, a Class 1 misdemeanor offense punishable by up to one year in jail and a $2500 fine plus restitution, resulted in DROPPED charges. Read more about Vandalism & Destruction of Property Law here: Virginia Destruction of Property and Vandalism […]

Virginia Destruction of Property and Vandalism Laws, Penalties and Defenses – VA Code 18.2-137

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY Destruction of Property is criminal vandalism under Virginia law. Virginia punishes the intentional destruction, damage, defacing, and removal of property belonging to someone else. Generally, regardless of what kind of property you destroy in Virginia, the offense will be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony based on the value of the […]

Fairfax VA Destruction of Property Charges DROPPED at First Hearing

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA Destruction of Property Misdemeanor Charge under VA Law 18.2-137 for vandalizing vehicle resulted in DROPPED charges at the first hearing, notwithstanding video evidence of the criminal act. Fairfax County General District Court at 4110 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Virginia. Read more about Vandalism & Destruction of Property Law here: Virginia Destruction of Property and […]

Failure to Pay Cab Driver, Assault & Battery, Destruction of Property, and Public Intoxication – All 4 Misdemeanor Charges DISMISSED

ARLINGTON VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT:Client was facing 4 criminal charges for an altercation with a cab driver. Class 1 jailable Misdemeanors included Failure to Pay for Rental Vehicle with intent to Defraud under Va Code 18.2-206, Assault and Battery under Va Code 18.2-57, and Destruction of Property with Intent under Va Code 18.2-137. […]

Arlington VA Charge for Entering Property to Cause Damage DISMISSED

ARLINGTON VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Misdemeanor charge for Entering Property to Cause Damage was DISMISSED. Arlington County General District Court at 1425 N. Courthouse Rd, Arlington, VA. § 18.2-121. Entering property of another for purpose of damaging it, etc. It shall be unlawful for any person to enter the land, dwelling, outhouse or […]

Destruction of Property and Drunk in Public ALL CHARGES DROPPED in Fairfax VA

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA ATTORNEY RESULT: Destruction of Property Misdemeanor Charge (VA Code 18.2-137) and a related Public Intoxication Misdemeanor Charge (Va Law 18.2-388) were both DROPPED at the first hearing without any restitution payments. Fairfax County General District Court at 4110 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Virginia. Read more about Drunk in Public Law here: VIRGINIA DRUNK […]

Fairfax Virginia Destruction of Property Misdemeanor Vandalism Keying Vehicle Charges DROPPED at First Hearing

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Destruction of Property Misdemeanor Charge (VA Code 18.2-137) was DROPPED at the first court hearing. General District Court for Fairfax County, 4110 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA. Read more about Vandalism & Destruction of Property Law here: Virginia Destruction of Property and Vandalism Laws and Defenses

ALL 3 CHARGES DROPPED Related to Public Intoxication and Destruction of Property in Fairfax Virginia

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA CRIMINAL ATTORNEY RESULT: Three misdemeanor charges – Drunk in Public misdemeanor charge (Va Law 18.2-388, Fairfax County Code 5-1-1), associated Destruction of Property Charge, and Open Container Charge (Fairfax Code 5-1-25) – were all DROPPED. Courthouse: Fairfax County General District Court, 4110 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA 22030. Read more about Drunk in […]

Misdemeanor Entering Property to Damage will be DISMISSED | Arlington, Virginia

ARLINGTON VIRGINIA ATTORNEY RESULT: Misdemeanor charge for Entering Property to Damage (VA Code 18.2-121) will be DISMISSED after 6 months of good behavior and an alcohol abuse assessment. Arlington County General District Court at 1425 N. Courthouse Rd, Arlington, Virginia. § 18.2-121. Entering property of another for purpose of damaging it, etc. It shall be […]

18.2-137 Destruction of Property Charge in Arlington Virginia to be DISMISSED and Related Misdemeanor DROPPED

ARLINGTON VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Destruction of Property Misdemeanor Charge (VA Code 18.2-137) was AMENDED to Trespass and this Trespass charge will be DISMISSED after completion of community service and other such conditions. Related Drunk in Public misdemeanor charge, Va Law 18.2-388, was DROPPED at the initial appearance. General District Court for Arlington County, 1425 […]

Destruction of Property Charge in Prince William County, Manassas VA DROPPED at First Appearance

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY / MANASSAS VIRGINIA: Misdemeanor Destruction of Property Charge (VA Code 18.2-137) was DROPPED. Read more about Vandalism & Destruction of Property Law here: Virginia Destruction of Property and Vandalism Laws and Defenses [hideit hide=”.tags”]

Misdemeanor Destruction of Property Charge to be DISMISSED in Prince William County, Manassas VA

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY / MANASSAS VIRGINIA: Misdemeanor Destruction of Property Charge (VA Code 18.2-137) will be DISMISSED after payment for alleged damage. Read more about Vandalism & Destruction of Property Law here: Destruction of Property Charges in Virginia | A Defense Lawyer’s explanation of vandalism laws and requirements for felony and misdemeanor conviction [hideit hide=”.tags”]

All Charges Dismissed in Commonwealth v. Court – Facing a Life Sentence for Arson | Fairfax Virginia

MEDVIN LAW PRESS RELEASE February 25, 2011 Facing a life sentence – All Charges Dismissed in Commonwealth v. Court FAIRFAX, VA: On February 2, 2011, The Honorable Donald P. McDonough, the Chief Judge of the Fairfax County General District Court, presided over the Preliminary Hearing of the government’s evidence against Kevin Court. Mr. Court was […]