Breaking in the Blog: The Who and the What

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Welcome to the Vincenzes Law, PLLC blog and discussion forum.  If you enjoy reading legal news and analysis without the normal mainstream bias from any of the major media outlets, you will enjoy our style.

Is this a Virginia Legal Blog or a National Legal Blog?

Answer: both.  It is for:

  • Men and women of all ages, and in all U.S. locations
  • Lawyers
  • High School students
  • College students
  • Criminal Justice students
  • Law students
  • Professors
  • Residents living in the D.C. metro area (Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia)

Topics Will Include:

Virginia residents, young and old, will enjoy:

  • Northern Virginia (NoVA) traffic laws and proposed laws (great for discussion).
  • Business laws in Virginia
  • Virginia-specific estate planning and elder law issues.

Everyone will enjoy reading about:

  • Criminal Law: emerging cases and discussion related to 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendment issues, the scope of police power, developments in the area of distracted drivers vs. technology (i.e., cell phone bans), and more.
  • Estate Planning news, tips, and updates: for families of all ages.
  • Elder Law: discussion of Medicaid and Medicare related issues as they intersect with estate planning and asset protection.
  • Business and Internet Media Law: emerging issues include social media laws and regulations, discovery issues when evidence is stored on an online account, and entity type comparisons and more.

Why bookmark this blog or subscribe to the free newsletter?

An optimal experience online includes interactive elements such as polls, a thriving comment section, the ability to use Facebook for such commenting (while providing alternative methods of posting for non-Facebook users), movies, and graphics.  Our blog will seek to integrate all of this and more.

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What is coming?

We will be explaining the new legislation set to take effect this July in Virginia, which will increase “texting and driving” penalties and also give the police a broader ability to enforce the law.  We will explain what to expect, and examine why some people are criticizing the new legislation as “toothless.” We will ask readers to comment on whether, in your opinion, you think the ban on texting and driving in Virginia is a good idea, and whether the law satisfies you as it is proposed to go into effect.  Don’t miss it!

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Brenton D. Vincenzes is a lifelong Fairfax County resident and Fairfax Criminal Defense Lawyer. He is a member of the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, National College of DUI Defense, NORML, and has been awarded the following in 2014-15: Top 100 Trial Lawyer (National Trial Lawyers) Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyer (National Trial Lawyers) Nationally Ranked Top 10 Under 40 Defense Attorney (National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys) 10 Best in Client Satisfaction for Criminal Defense (American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys) Nationally Ranked Top 1% Attorney Award Recipient (National Association of Distinguished Counsel) As a local leader, Mr. Vincenzes mentors troubled youths, volunteers his time to serve at his church, takes select pro bono clients, and strives to improve the community. Mr. Vincenzes represents men, women, and juveniles through zealous and diligent advocacy, strategic planning, and skilled trial work preparation. Mr. Vincenzes' areas of criminal law practice are broad, and include most felonies and misdemeanors such as: reckless driving, DUI & DWI, drug offenses, assault and battery, domestic violence, assault on an officer, destruction of property, alcohol offenses, firearm offenses, larceny, shoplifting, embezzlement, fraud, and other theft offenses, and moving traffic violations among others. His private legal services are available in most Northern Virginia jurisdictions, including Fairfax County, Arlington County, Prince William County, Loudoun County, Stafford County, Alexandria, Manassas, Leesburg, South Riding, and other cities and towns.

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