Recent Posts in DUI Category

  • What Happens When Kids Are Taken by Virginia Child Protective Services?

    Virginia Child Protective Services (CPS) workers have the right to remove children from presumably dangerous home situations. CPS workers have this right under incredibly specific circumstances (circumstances we talk about in this blog ,) but in this blog, we will talk about the possible outcomes of child-removal scenarios. All removal situations will end in one of the following ways: the ...
    Continue Reading
  • What to do When Your Holiday Cheer Gets Out of Hand

    The holidays are a wonderful time, gathering friends and family. People have extra time off work, students are out of school and college, there are plenty of parties, and lots to celebrate. Have You Been Naughty or Nice? It’s easy for things to get carried away just a little too much. The after-work gathering with colleagues results in one drink too many; the roughhousing turns into a real fight; ...
    Continue Reading
  • Safe Drinking Tips for the Holiday Season (and anytime)

    The holidays are a time of family get-togethers, office parties and celebration. We all like to have fun and enjoy the season, but it’s no fun getting arrested for DUI or other charges that can occur when the partying gets out of hand. If you choose to drink at holiday gatherings, here are a few safe drinking tips to keep you, and others, safe: Have a plan for a safe way home, either through a ...
    Continue Reading
  • Challenging DUI Evidence: Field Sobriety Tests

    Any time an individual consumes an alcoholic beverage, takes any prescription medication or over-the-counter drug, or uses a controlled substance and gets behind the wheel of his or her vehicle, he or she risks the danger of being arrested and charged for intoxicated driving. You can expect law enforcement and the Commonwealth of Virginia to take any suspected DUI charges extremely seriously. ...
    Continue Reading
Page 1 of 1