Tag: Lawyer

Don’t Text and Drive in Virginia or Anywhere

Virginia Could Make Texting Behind the Wheel a Major Traffic Offense Texting while driving in Virginia is already against the law. It’s punishable by a ticket with a small fine. But the Virginia State Crime Commission wants the act to be considered the same as reckless driving. Under proposed legislation endorsed by the Virginia State […]
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Guest Blog: New York Residents with VA Traffic Tickets

Virginia and Out-of-State Traffic Tickets If you have a New York driver’s license and receive a Virginia traffic ticket, you are not off the hook just yet. If convicted of a NY traffic offense and you are a VA driver, you will have to deal with: The conviction being placed on your driving record Points […]
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VA Police Catch Speeders, Limit Traffic Fatalities

Police Enforce Speeding & Reckless Driving During the Holiday Motorists driving on Virginia’s highways over the Labor Day weekend may have noticed an increased police presence, as Virginia State troopers issued reckless driving and speeding tickets across the Commonwealth. Virginia State Police had 75 percent of its uniformed workforce patrolling the interstates over the holiday. […]
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Man Convicted of 12th DUI in Spotsylvania County

Pleads Guilty to Felony DWI in Spotsylvania, VA A man pleaded guilty yesterday in Spotsylvania County, Virginia to his 12th DUI offense. David Maron Apraham entered his guilty plea in the Spotsylvania Circuit Court for felony driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license and refusal to take a breathalyzer test. As part of […]
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How Virginia Assesses Points on Your Driving Record

Speeding in Virginia? How many points is that? Upon receiving a speeding ticket in Virginia, most drivers want to know how many points will be placed on their driving record. Virginia’s Uniform Demerit Point System can be a bit confusing. It is important for both in-state and out-of-state drivers to understand Virginia’s Uniform Demerit Point […]
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Virginia DUI Lawyer Has Charges Reduced for Client

Virginia Drunk Driving Charges Reduced A lawyer from The Weiland Firm, PLC recently defended two clients in a Virginia courtroom charged with driving under the influence. The attorney attained successful results in both DUI cases. One client was charged with a second offense DUI and refusal to take a breathalyzer test. If convicted of both […]
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Virginia DUI and Reckless Driving: License Suspension

Drivers Risk a Suspended License for DWI or Reckless Driving in VA Virginia judges are authorized to suspend a person’s driving privileges within the state for convictions of reckless driving by speed, reckless driving resulting from an accident, and driving under the influence. Any license suspension imposed for reckless driving is left to the discretion […]
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