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United States District Court Violation Notice for the
Federal Courthouse in Alexandria Virginia

The United States District Court Violation Notice is a Federal ticket for criminal and traffic offenses issued by law enforcement personnel from agencies such as the U.S. Park Police, U.S. Fish & Wildlife, Department of Defense Police, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Provost Marshal, Airforce, Marines & Navy Security Forces, U.S. Postal Police, U.S. Customs, U.S. Border Police, Pentagon Police, and V.A. Police. This is a legal summons to appear in the United States District Court in the courthouse noted on the notice.

Reckless Driving in the Pentagon Reservation on Boundary Channel Drive DISMISSED

Federal Defense Lawyer Traffic Misdemeanor Case Result The federal misdemeanor charge of Reckless Driving by Speeding in the Pentagon Reservation, on Boundary Channel Drive, was DISMISSED before the first hearing. The related speeding ticket resulted in a fine. Courthouse: United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia Charge: [...]

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Federal Assault on Law Enforcement Penalties for 18 USC 111 Charges

Assaulting, Resisting, or Impeding Federal Police Officers Federal assault on law enforcement is charged under 18 U.S.C. § 111. The code section also covers the actions of resisting, opposing, impeding, intimidating, or interfering, if these actions are done with force against the officer. There are multiple components of this code [...]

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Federal Criminal Penalties

Federal Criminal Penalties Felony, Misdemeanor & Traffic Offenses Federal offenses are classified as felonies, misdemeanors, or infractions. A federal felony is punishable by more than one year in prison. A federal misdemeanor is punished by a jail sentence of one year or less. A federal infraction is punishable by up [...]

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Federal Felony Charge 18 USC 922(g)(1) – Felon in Possession of a Firearm: Loss of Firearm Possession Rights After Felony Conviction

A federal felony conviction results in the permanent loss of firearm possession rights. Federal law does not distinguish between violent and nonviolent felony offenses. Thus, a federal conviction for any felony offense results in the permanent loss of firearm rights. Under federal law, the crime of Felon in Possession of [...]

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January 6 Capitol Protester Jenny Cudd Sentenced to 2 Months of Probation

Washington DC: For her involvement in the protest at the US Capitol on January 6, Jenny Cudd was indicted in the US District Court for the District of Columbia with one felony and four misdemeanor offenses. 18 U.S.C. § 1512(c) Obstruction of an Official Proceeding (felony) 18 U.S.C. § 1752(a)(1) Entering and Remaining [...]

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Federal DUI REDUCED to Reckless Driving, Eluding Charge DISMISSED

Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Case Result Alexandria, Va: Federal charges of Eluding, Speeding, and Refusal to Take Breath Test were dismissed. A federal DUI charge was reduced and amended to Reckless Driving. The client was sentenced to 5 hours of detention at the courthouse and a year of probation with [...]

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Case Result: January 6 Capitol Protest – The Rabbi

Mr. Stepakoff walked into the Capitol building hallway, looked around, took some photographs, shook hands with a police officer — and then he walked out.  The five-minute surveillance video depicting Mr. Stepakoff’s time in the Capitol shows at least seven of the protestors walking up to a Capitol police officer [...]

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January 6 Capitol Prosecution Case Dismissed

DEFENSE ATTORNEY PRESS RELEASE January 6 Capitol Prosecution Case Dismissed UNITED STATES V. JOHN ANDERSON  John Anderson’s Pleadings 1) Motion for Pretrial Release – Granted 2) Motion for Release of Capitol Security Video to the Public – Granted 3) Reply to Government’s Opposition to Release of Video to Public 4) [...]

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Federal Theft of Government Property Charge DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Federal misdemeanor charge under 18 USC § 641 for theft of government property on a military base resulted in DISMISSAL of the criminal charge. Courthouse: United States District Court Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria: 401 Courthouse Square, Alexandria, VA 22314. 18 USC [...]

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18 USC § 1752 – Restricted building or grounds

January 6 Capitol Offense: 18 USC § 1752 – Restricted Building or Grounds We have represented numerous January 6 protesters charged with entering a restricted building or grounds by going to the J6 Stop the Steal rally in front of the Capitol and for walking into the Capitol Building. The [...]

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Federal Penalties & Defense for Simple Possession of Marijuana and Other Drugs

Review Our Drug / Marijuana Case Results This is a chart of the maximum fines and terms of imprisonment that may be imposed as a consequence of conviction for violation of Simple Possession of marihuana and other drugs under the federal Controlled Substances Act and other drug and marijuana laws. [...]

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Federal Pentagon DUI DWI Charges REDUCED to Reckless Driving, No Jail

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL DUI DWI DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Federal misdemeanor charges for DUI / DWI on the Pentagon Reservation in Arlington, Virginia, under 32 CFR 234.17, resulted in reduction of the DUI to Reckless Driving, and dismissal of all other charges. The reduced charge resulted in 6 months of [...]

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Marina Medvin Joins Distinguished Federal Attorneys Supporting Michael Flynn’s Case Dismissal in BRIEF OF FEDERAL PRACTITIONERS AS AMICI CURIAE

Marina Medvin, along with other distinguished federal attorneys, prosecutors, and even former judges, filed a brief in support of the Defendant, Michael Flynn, an Amicus Brief of Federal Practitioners.     The United States Court of Appeals agreed with the Defense position.   USCA Case #20-5143 Document #1848728 Filed: 06/24/2020 Page [...]

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SBA Small Business Administration Loan Fraud Federal Charges: PPP Borrowers

Federal Criminal Charges for SBA Small Business Administration Loan Fraud The SBA is a federal agency that aims to help American businesses with loans. Fraud or misrepresentation on the application, or in the inducement of such a loan, or receipt of the funds, is a federal crime. As with all [...]

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Pentagon Reservation Traffic Misdemeanors and DUI / DWI Laws

Pentagon Traffic Misdemeanors and DUI / DWI Laws The Pentagon Reservation, located near Arlington, Virginia, imposes its own federal Pentagon DUI and DWI laws and imposes local Virginia traffic laws as well. Offenses and arrests on the Pentagon Reservation are prosecuted in the United States District Court for the Eastern [...]

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United States District Court Violation Notice for Federal Courthouse in Alexandria Virginia

United States District Court Violation Notice for the Federal Courthouse in Alexandria Virginia The United States District Court Violation Notice is a Federal ticket for criminal and traffic offenses issued by law enforcement personnel from agencies such as the U.S. Park Police, U.S. Fish & Wildlife, Department of Defense Police, [...]

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Federal Cyber Crime Defense Attorney Explains Computer Crime & Hacker Charges in the Federal United States District Court in Alexandria Virginia 18 U.S.C. § 1030

Federal Cyber Crime Federal cyber crimes and computer crimes generally consist of cyber attacks and hacking, even Anonymous “hacktivist” activity. Most computer crimes are Federal jurisdiction due to the interstate nature of the hacking activity and server location. Some computer crimes are Federal in nature due to the Federal government [...]

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Federal DUI at Pentagon DISMISSED for Insufficient Evidence

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Federal misdemeanor charge for DUI on the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, under 32 CFR 234.17, resulted in DISMISSAL of the DUI charge for insufficient evidence. A related Refusal to Submit to Breath Test charge resulted in probationary driving restrictions and an alcohol class. [...]

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Federal DUI BAC .21 Resulted in Only 3 Days Home Confinement

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Federal misdemeanor DWI and DUI charges for drunk driving at the CIA resulted in DISMISSAL of the DWI charge and reduction of the mandatory minimum 10-day jail sentence required for a BAC level of .21 to only 3 days of come confinement after a presentation of defense attorney [...]

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Pentagon DUI / DWI, Driving on Suspended License Results in DISMISSAL

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT: Federal misdemeanor charges for DWI and DUI and associated misdemeanor charges at the Pentagon Reservation in Virginia under 32 CFR 234.17 resulted in DISMISSAL of the DWI charge, the Refusal to Submit to Breath Test, and the Driving on [...]

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Federal Reckless Driving on GW Parkway DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Federal misdemeanor charges of Reckless Driving for clients driving 30 MPH and 40 MPH over the limit on the GW Parkway (spanning Wahington DC, Alexandria, and Arlington) resulted in DISMISSALS of the misdemeanor charges with pleas to speeding. Clients received $175 and $200 fines on the speeding citations. [...]

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Alexandria Federal Possession of Marijuana Charge DISMISSED at First Hearing

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA: Federal criminal charge for Possession of Marijuana resulted in DISMISSAL of the offense at the first hearing. Courthouse: United States District Court Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria: 401 Courthouse SquareAlexandria, VA 22314. Read more about Alexandria Federal criminal defense attorney Marina Medvin, who represented this client and [...]

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Alexandria Federal Charge for Possession of Cocaine to be DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Federal criminal charges for Possession of Cocaine, prosecuted in the Federal courthouse in Alexandria, Virginia, resulted in an agreement for DISMISSAL of the charge after 6 months of abiding by probation conditions. Courthouse: United States District Court Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria: 401 [...]

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Alexandria Federal Reckless Driving on GW Parkway Charges DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Clients who were represented by Federal Reckless Driving defense attorney Marina Medvin this month all received DISMISSALS of their Reckless Driving charges. All clients had speeds above 70/40 on the GW Parkway in Alexandria, with some clients reaching speeds of 89. Clients walked away with speeding tickets and [...]

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Federal Military Base Larceny Shoplifting Charge DISMISSED

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL ATTORNEY RESULT UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Federal charge for Larceny for shoplifting from a store on a federal military base resulted in in DISMISSAL of the charge. In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia – Alexandria, [...]

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DISMISSED – Driving on Suspended License After DUI | Federal Criminal Offense

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA FEDERAL ATTORNEY RESULT UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Federal charge for Driving on Suspended license after a Federal DUI conviction resulted in DISMISSAL of the charge. In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia – Alexandria, VA.

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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, [...]

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Alexandria First Offense Reckless Driving 74/40 DISMISSED in the US District Court

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY FEDERAL UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT CASE RESULT: First Offense Reckless Driving for Speeding 74/40 resulted in a DISMISSAL of the criminal charge. Client plead to a related speeding ticket and was penalized by a reduced fine. Federal Courthouse United States District [...]

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Federal Bank Fraud Charges in Alexandria Virginia

Federal Bank Fraud 18 USC § 1344 Section 1344 of Title 18, United States Code punishes by up to 30 years of imprisonment, the use of a scheme or artifice either to defraud a Federally chartered or insured financial institution or to obtain any of the monies, funds, credits, assets, [...]

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