Virginia Traffic Lawyers: What to Look For

Researching Virginia Traffic Lawyers There are many considerations to be mindful of when choosing the professional who will represent you in the court of law. The most respected Virginia traffic lawyers are able to demonstrate knowledge of traffic defense issues, issues including but not limited to: DMV demerit points (including what it may mean if […]

Recent Virginia Expungement Laws and Cases Discussed by Northern Virginia Expungement Attorney

New Virginia Expungement Case: Gives Hope A recent expungement case out of Virginia has the potential to pave the way for defense attorneys who are willing to be bold and use the ruling to help clients who have struggled with an embarrassing criminal arrest on their record, perhaps one that was previously thought to be […]

Reckless Driving PACE Defense Explained by Virginia Criminal Lawyer

Virginia Reckless Driving by Speed: Defending Radar, LIDAR, and PACE Cases This post provides an overview of devices used to measure speed in Virginia. Fairfax Reckless Driving Lawyer and Criminal Attorney, Brenton D. Vincenzes, has represented clients accused of reckless driving in many jurisdictions, including: Fairfax, Prince William, Arlington–and other Northern Virginia jurisdictions. There are […]

Alcohol Laws and Violations in Virginia – Criminal Lawyer in Fairfax

Virginia Criminal Lawyers Discuss Alcohol Possession, Consumption Prevalence: Is it a Problem? Fairfax Criminal Lawyer Examines the Raw Numbers In the Commonwealth of Virginia, it is no secret that alcohol-related crimes are at the head of the pack when it comes to frequency of arrests…just take a look at the study our Virginia defense attorney […]

Arrest Trends: College Students Home in Virginia on Break

December – January: More DWI arrests, and others; More College Students at Risk says Fairfax Criminal Lawyer and Virginia Defense Attorney When you do something long enough, eventually you notice patterns. A pattern defies mere coincidence when it turns into a trend, at which point, experts can study the data and learn lessons. I am […]

Do Virginia DUI Lawyers Recommend a Dashcam?

Should I Buy a Dashcam? Northern Virginia Criminal Attorney and Fairfax DUI Lawyer Shares Thoughts Dash cams are nothing new. HD cameras meant to record through your windshield are too expensive for the average driver, right? Wrong. You would be surprised. Today, our Fairfax criminal attorney and DUI lawyer provides a realistic example of just […]

New Years DUI DWI in Virginia: What to do

Arrested for DUI or DWI in Virginia…Where to Turn?!? by our Fairfax DUI lawyer UPDATE – 1:30 AM: [moved to top] “SoberRide” phone number for free taxi service in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. 800.200.TAXI¬† Our Number (for help if you or a loved one has been arrested in a Northern Virginia jurisdiction): 703.665.3719 If […]

More DWI and reckless charges over holidays? (Virginia)

Northern Virginia and Fairfax Criminal Lawyer Data Report Several months ago, we analyzed over 1,700 arrests in Fairfax County, and published an infographic to compare the frequencies of various types of charges over a period of several months. The data from those arrests? It all came from Summer, 2013 arrest records released by Fairfax County. […]

To Help Your Violation of a Virginia Reckless Driving Law: 2 Tasks a Fairfax Reckless Driving Lawyer May Ask of You

2 Critical Tasks that a Fairfax Reckless Driving Lawyer May Ask You to Do (Before Court) Most adults who have been driving in the Commonwealth for more than a year or two know that the Virginia reckless driving law is harsh…more accurately, the categorization of reckless driving in Virginia as a Class 1 misdemeanor is […]

What Makes Fairfax County Traffic Court Different

Fairfax County Traffic Court vs. Arlington County Traffic Court There are over 30 judicial districts in Virginia, which means over 30 different ways of doing things. Fairfax County Traffic Court and Arlington County Traffic Court are but just two jurisdictions; they are important jurisdictions, however. Virginia statutes (the laws) apply across the board, of course. […]