Tag Archives: DUI in Alexandria Virginia

2nd DUI in 3 Months, with Refusal and Driving on a Suspended License, Sentenced to 30 days

FAIRFAX COUNTY VIRGINIA ATTORNEY RESULT: Second DWI arrest, taking place in Fairfax County 3 months after a prior DUI conviction in Arlington, (VA Code 18.2-266) resulted in only 30 days to serve, with the other standard DUI penalties. Related Refusal charge and Driving on a Suspended License charge were both dropped.

Alexandria Federal Court: Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED, Second Offense DUI REDUCED to 1st Offense w/ NO JAIL

FEDERAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA IN ALEXANDRIA: DUI Drunk Driving charge in the Pentagon area, with a BAC level of .14 (32 CFR 234.17), a Second Offense within 5 Years, was REDUCED and sentenced as a First Offense with no jail time. Prior offense […]

DUI in Arlington Virginia w/ BAC .16 REDUCED and Sentenced to 2 Days in Jail

ARLINGTON VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY RESULT: First Offense DUI Drunk Driving charge (VA Code 18.2-266) with a BAC level of .16 – which carries a mandatory minimum penalty of 5 days in jail – was REDUCED to a regular DUI offense and sentenced to two and a half days to serve, amongst the other first […]

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 […]