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What Does Immunity Mean in a Criminal Case?
What Does Immunity Mean in a Criminal Case?

I have represented numerous individuals over the years who have been offered one form of immunity or another by the prosecution. Normally the situation goes something like this: My client is alleged to have been somehow involved in a criminal enterprise that included one or ...

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Blog posts in July, 2014

  • Is There a Difference Between DUI and DWI?

    I get this question fairly regularly from DUI clients. The short answer is that there is no difference, and that the state of Virginia does not have ...

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  • Can Non-Citizens Be Deported for Criminal Convictions?

    It is becoming increasingly common for individuals to come to my office facing not only a criminal law issue, but immigration issues as well. ...

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  • What Happens to My Driver's License After a DUI?

    This is one of the biggest concerns for most citizens in DUI cases. A DUI can affect an individual's driving privileges in two ways. 46.2-391.2 of the ...

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  • Charges for Prescription Fraud in Virginia

    One of the most common drug offenses in Virginia, after possession of marijuana, is prescription fraud. Individuals that you would never think of as ...

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  • First Offender Program for Marijuana Possession Charges

    One of the most common charges people face is simple possession of marijuana, in other words, possession of marijuana for personal use and not for ...

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