Probation Violation / ASAP Violation

ATTORNEY DISCLAIMER: THESE ARE REAL PROBATION VIOLATION & ASAP VIOLATION CASE RESULTS WHICH DEPEND ON FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE, AND CANNOT PREDICT OR GUARANTEE RESULTS FOR FUTURE CASES.

Felony Probation Violation DISMISSED | Fairfax, Virginia

Fairfax, Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Case Result: Felony charge for violation of probation on a felony conviction in Fairfax County Circuit Court resulted in DISMISSAL of the accusation after a contested hearing in which the Defense prevailed over the Commonwealth. Review all probation violation case results here: Probation Violation Read more about Fairfax criminal defense […]

Fairfax ASAP Violation Charge DISMISSED

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA Fairfax ASAP violation charge for positive alcohol readings on the ignition interlock device resulted in DISMISSAL of the charges. Read more about ASAP probation violation laws here – Virginia Law: ASAP Violation / ASAP Non-Compliance in Alexandria, Fairfax and Arlington Read more about Fairfax criminal defense attorney Marina Medvin, who represented this client […]

Fairfax ASAP Violation for New Criminal Conviction Results in NO JAIL TIME

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Fairfax ASAP Violation charge for a new criminal conviction while on ASAP probation, resulted in imposition of a fine, but no other penalties. Client was discharged from probation. Read more about ASAP probation violation laws here – Virginia Law: ASAP Violation / ASAP Non-Compliance in Alexandria, Fairfax and Arlington

Virginia ASAP Violation / ASAP Non-Compliance in Alexandria, Fairfax and Arlington

VIOLATING DUI PROBATION: ASAP VIOLATION / ASAP NON-COMPLIANCE Revocation of suspension of sentence Upon conviction of a DWI offense, Virignia courts sentence guilty persons to ASAP classes and ASAP probation. VASAP or ASAP is the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program. This is a 20-hour program which focuses on substance abuse and driving, substance abuse and health, and […]

Federal DUI Probation Violation Results in Only 4 Days in Jail

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL ATTORNEY RESULT UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Federal Probation Violation charges for Federal DUI probation that was violated by new Felony charges, resulted in just 4 days of jail. In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia – Alexandria, VA.

DUI Probation Violation in Arlington VA Results in 5 Days in Jail

ARLINGTON VA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Misdemeanor Probation Violation charge under VA Code 19.2-306, for violating the terms of DUI First Offense probation – specifically, for showing up to serve the DUI jail sentence while intoxicated with a BAC of .29, resulted in just 5 additional days to serve and extended period of unsupervised probation. Arlington […]

Federal Probation Violation Results in Removal of Probation 1.5 Years Early

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL ATTORNEY RESULT UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Federal Probation Violation revocation hearing for violating probation conditions of a Felony White Collar matter resulted in removal of probation condition 1.5 years early, after a weekend in jail was served for the violation.  

DWI ASAP Violation for Alcohol-Positive Ignition Interlock Tests Results in No Jail Time

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA ASAP ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Fairfax ASAP Violation charge for multiple Alcohol-positive ignition interlock tests resulted in license suspension and no other penalties on the DWI Second offense ASAP violation. Read more about ASAP probation violation laws here – Virginia Law: ASAP Violation / ASAP Non-Compliance in Alexandria, Fairfax and Arlington

ASAP Violation for Alcohol in Class Charge DISMISSED

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY RESULT: ASAP Violation charge for a positive alcohol screen by ASAP resulted in DISMISSAL of charges.

Alexandria Virginia DUI Probation Violation Charge DISMISSED at First Hearing

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Misdemeanor Probation Violation charge under VA Code 19.2-306, for violating the terms of DUI ASAP probation – specifically, for having two alcohol-positive test readings on the ignition interlock device – was DISMISSED at the first court appearance. City of Alexandria General District Court at 520 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. […]

DUI Probation Violation For Second DUI Offense Within 1 Month of DUI 1st Conviction Resulted in 25 Days to Serve Intermittently

ARLINGTON VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Misdemeanor Probation Violation charge under VA Code 19.2-306, for violating the terms of DUI First Offense probation – specifically, for accruing a new DUI charge within a month of the DUI First Offense conviction, and being found guilty of the DUI Second offense in the same courthouse as the first […]

Alexandria VA DUI Probation Violation for Not Completing ASAP Classes Charge DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Misdemeanor Probation Violation charge under VA Code 19.2-306, for violating the terms of DUI ASAP probation – specifically, for not completing the required ASAP classes – was DISMISSED. City of Alexandria General District Court at 520 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. Read more about DUI Law: Virginia DUI Laws, Penalties and […]

Alexandria Virginia DUI ASAP Probation Violation for Positive Alcohol Reading on Ignition Interlock Device Charge DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Misdemeanor Probation Violation charge under VA Code 19.2-306, for violating the terms of DUI ASAP probation – specifically, by having a positive alcohol reading on an ignition interlock device, was DISMISSED. City of Alexandria General District Court at 520 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. Read more about DUI Law: Virginia DUI […]

Alexandria Virginia Probation Violation Results in NO JAIL

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Probation Violation (VA Code 19.2-306) for violating the terms of probation by accruing a new misdemeanor conviction in violation of uniform good behavior requirement, resulted in no jail time imposed, and instead the client’s probation period was extended. The defense prevailed over the prosecutor, who argued for 15 days of […]

DUI ASAP Probation Violation in Fairfax Virginia Results in No Jail Time

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA ATTORNEY RESULT: DUI Probation violation charge for violating probation through acquiring a new alcohol-related conviction (VA Code 19.2-306, 18.2-271.1), and through violating ASAP rules by consuming alcohol, resulted in NO JAIL TIME, a rare occurrence for these types of violations. The client was facing 30 days in jail on this violation, which is […]

DUI ASAP Probation Violation Charge in Alexandria Virginia DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA ATTORNEY RESULT: Probation violation charge (VA Code 19.2-306, 18.2-271.1) for a DUI Drunk Driving charge (VA Code 18.2-266) with a BAC of .16 and 175 days in jail from the client’s previously suspended sentence hanging over the client’s head has been DISMISSED. Read more about DUI Law: Virginia DUI Laws, Penalties and Defenses Explained […]

Federal DWI 2nd Probation Violation Results in NO JAIL Time in Alexandria VA

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA IN ALEXANDRIA: After being convicted of a DUI/DWI offense, client violated his probation with a new alcohol offense conviction for the second time in one year. He received two weeks in a rehabilitation facility, but no jail time and no other amendments to his probation. […]

Federal DUI in Alexandria Virginia, 2nd Offense, Probation Violation Results in only 5 Hours of Jail Time

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 […]

Probation Violation for Felony Embezzlement DISMISSED

VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Probation Violation Charges for Felony Embezzlement and Larceny convictions were DISMISSED. Read more about Embezzlement Law:Embezzlement in Virginia: Felony & Misdemeanor Charges, Penalties & Defenses.