The Virginia court system takes DUIs serious and tries to ensure that any criminal decisions are made quickly and efficiently. This may mean that when the government accuses someone of committing a DUI, the defendant must act quickly to build their defense against any potential negative consequences associated with a […]
Recent Case Results
Richmond DUI Courts
Richmond DUI Laws
Each state has different laws that deal with driving under the influence. It is important to have an attorney who is familiar with Richmond DUI laws and can advise you of what the laws are and how best to form a defense in the event of an accusation of violating […]
Domestic Assault and Battery
Fairfax County – Prosecution proceeded against client despite victim not wanting to pursue charges. Dismissed at trial.
Fairfax County – Client suffered from Acid Reflux disease and after working with the Commonwealth, they agreed not to offer certificate of breath analysis at the trial. Judge dismissed charge at motion to strike stage.
Felony Drug Possession
Arlington County – Without being disclosed by the Commonwealth, learned the arresting officer had been terminated for cause. Commonwealth agreed to the dismissal of the felony charge prior to court appearance.
Felony Destruction of Property/Public Intoxication
Arlington County – Worked with client and complaining witness prior to court date for him to pay restitution and perform community service. Commonwealth agreed to dismiss charges before the court date
Fairfax County – Charge dismissed at trial despite victim’s testimony.
DUID (DUI Drugs) and Refusal
Arlington County – Client was arrested by airport police officer on GW Parkway. Successfully argued that police officer lacked jurisdiction to make the arrest. Both charges were dismissed at motion to strike stage.
Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Each case is different, and past results do not guarantee or predict favorable or similar results in future cases. Domestic assault and battery. Prosecution proceeded against client despite victim not wanting to pursue charges. Dismissed at trial.
Indecent exposure charge dismissed at trial despite victim’s testimony.