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Virginia Marijuana & Drug Charges, Defenses, Penalties: Possession of Marijuana, Possession with Intent to Distribute, Felony & Misdemeanor Drug Charges, and Drug Laws FAQ

Possession of Marijuana Law in Virginia What is Virginia’s marijuana law? Marijuana remains illegal under Virginia law. Possession of marijuana is illegal under Va law § 18.2-250.1 and punished as a misdemeanor criminal offense. First offense possession of marijuana in Virginia is a misdemeanor crime punished by up to 30 days in jail, a $500 fine, […]

Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana (18.250.1) by a Juvenile in Fairfax Virginia will be DISMISSED

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana by a juvenile (VA Code 18.250.1) will be DISMISSED after 6 months of good behavior, completion of community service and a drug program. Read more about Juvenile Criminal Defense here: Virginia Juvenile Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Explanation of Laws, Penalties and Procedures for Juvenile Charges: Possession of Alcohol by a […]

First Offense Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana Charge in Alexandria Virginia DROPPED at First Appearance

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA: Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana charge (VA Code 18.250.1) was DROPPED at first appearance based on prior negotiations and agreement with the Commonwealth. Read more about Virginia Drug & Marijuana Law here: Virginia Marijuana & Drug Charges, Defenses, Penalties: Possession of Marijuana, Possession with Intent to Distribute, Felony & Misdemeanor Drug Charges, and Drug […]

Felony Possession with Intent to Distribute in Fairfax Virginia REDUCED to Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Felony possession with intent to distribute 6.7oz of marijuana (VA Code 18.248.1) was REDUCED and AMENDED to misdemeanor possession of marijuana (VA Code 18.250.1), with 4 weeks to serve. Read more about Virginia Drug & Marijuana Law here: Virginia Marijuana & Drug Charges, Defenses, Penalties: Possession of Marijuana, Possession with Intent to Distribute, […]

NOT GUILTY of Possession of Marijuana Trial Verdict

CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT FOR ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA: Trial of Class 1 Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana Charge (VA Code 18.2-250.1) resulted in a NOT GUILTY verdict. Read more about Virginia Drug & Marijuana Law here: Virginia Marijuana & Drug Charges, Defenses, Penalties: Possession of Marijuana, Possession with Intent to Distribute, Felony & Misdemeanor Drug Charges, […]

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 […]

Second Offense Possession of Marijuana Charge in Alexandria Virginia DROPPED at First Hearing

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA: Second Offense, Class 1 Misdemeanor – Possession of Marijuana (VA Code 18.2-250.1) was DROPPED at the first court appearance due to the defense position that the government will not be legally able to introduce drug evidence against the client at trial. Read more about Virginia Drug & Marijuana Law here: Virginia Marijuana & […]

Clean Record for Juvenile Accused of Possession of Marijuana in Fairfax Virginia

Fairfax, Virginia: A juvenile accused of marijuana possession (VA Code 18.2-250.1) will keep a clean record with no criminal charges or convictions on his record through the Fairfax County Juvenile Intake Diversion. Read more about Juvenile Criminal Defense here: Virginia Juvenile Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Explanation of Laws, Penalties and Procedures for Juvenile Charges: Possession of […]

Possession of Marijuana in Fairfax Charge DROPPED for Insufficient Evidence

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Possession of Marijuana Class 1 Misdemeanor charge (VA Code 18.2-250.1) was DROPPED due to insufficient evidence. Client was thus able to keep a clean record, keep his driver’s license, did not have to go to jail, and did not have to take drug classes. Read more about Virginia Drug & Marijuana Law here: […]