Trial for Impersonating Law Enforcement Officer, Brandishing a Firearm (VA Code 18.2-282), and Driving on a Suspended License, resulted in a NOT GUILTY finding for the Impersonating Law Enforcement charge and the Driving on Suspended charge, and no active jail time for the brandishing charge, accompanied by forfeiture of his weapon and an anger management class. Client was permitted to keep his concealed carry permit.

News link: Scott Gordon found not guilty of impersonating law enforcement officer, Former Alexandria Candidate Found Not Guilty of Impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer

Read more about Weapons Law here: Virginia Firearm & Weapon Charges and Hunting Laws: Defense Lawyer’s Explanation of Brandishing, Reckless Handling of a Firearm, and Hunting Offenses

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