FAIRFAX VIRGINIA ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Felony Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance Drug Amphetamine (Va Code 18.2-250) from conduct in Vienna was DISMISSED at the Preliminary Hearing. Fairfax County General District Court at 4110 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA 22030.
Alexandria, Virginia: Felony PWID Possession with Intent to Distribute >.5oz Marijuana, VA Code 18.2-248.1 (punishable by 1-10 years in prison), was AMENDED and REDUCED to Simple Possession, a class U misdemeanor, which is scheduled to be DISMISSED under 18.2-251. Read more about Virginia Drug & Marijuana Law here: Virginia Marijuana & Drug Charges, Defenses, Penalties: […]
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Possession of Marijuana misdemeanor charge for 7oz of cannabis (VA Code 18.2-250.1) was AMENDED to VA Code 54.1-3466, Possession of Paraphernalia, with a $200 fine. Client was thus able to keep his driver’s license, didn’t have to go to jail, didn’t have to take drug classes, and didn’t have to perform community service. […]
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia: Federal Possession of Marijuana misdemeanor offense (21 USC 844) from the Wolf Trap Park will be DISMISSED after completion of one year of probation. Read more about Virginia Drug & Marijuana Law here: Virginia Marijuana & Drug Charges, Defenses, Penalties: Possession of Marijuana, […]
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 […]
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA: Federal felony drug charges for distribution of hydromorphone in the form of Dilaudid pills – 21 USC 841 (Unlawful Distribution of Controlled Substance) and 21 USC 846 (Conspiracy to Distribute) – with a sentencing guidelines range of 37 to 46 months of incarceration. The United States Attorney argued for 35 months of incarceration. […]