Tag: hit and run

Virginia Storms Cause Traffic Issues

Following the Storm: VA Traffic and Speeding Tickets Thousands of people in the metro Richmond area are still reeling from the effects of this weekend’s powerful thunderstorms. In fact, here at The Weiland Firm, PLC, we are suffering from the aftermath of the severe weather as well. While Dominion Power attempts to restore electricity to […]
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Richmond Football Player Guilty of Virginia Reckless Driving

Richmond, VA Football Player Guilty of Reckless Driving A University of Richmond football player recently pled guilty to reckless driving in a Richmond, Virginia traffic court. James L. Speros, Jr. was charged with reckless driving and hit and run following an accident in Richmond’s West End. Speros pled guilty to misdemeanor reckless driving and misdemeanor […]
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DUI and Reckless Driving Charges in New Kent Pursuit

Virginia Reckless Driving, DUI Charge in New Kent Chase A Richmond man is charged with reckless driving and DUI in New Kent County, Virginia, among other charges. He has been taken into custody. Angel Rafael Lopez-Morga was arrested following a police chase and accident on Interstate 64. He is charged with attempted murder of a […]
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DUI in Chesterfield after Man Hits Police Cruisers

DUI Arrest in Chesterfield County, Virginia A man was charged with driving under the influence in Chesterfield, Virginia after ramming two police cruisers, injuring himself and one officer. Twenty-two-year-old Courtney Orelien, of Wentworth Street in Chesterfield, was taken to CJW Medical Center for injuries suffered in the crash. He was initially charged with DUI, 1st offense after […]
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Man sentenced to five years for fatal Richmond DUI

VA DUI Gets 5 Years Jail Time A Richmond, Virginia man has been sentenced to five years in prison for his role in a fatal, DUI-related hit-and-run that occurred in December near the John Marshall Courts Building. Richmond Circuit Judge Bradley B. Cavedo sentenced Andre U. Vaughan to five years for his conviction on involuntary […]
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