Falls Church Criminal Lawyer

Falls Church Criminal Lawyer The City of Falls Church, Virginia, is a well-known independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. If you live here, you know about the historic sites, such as the Cherry Hill Farmhouse. Falls Church is heavy on history, and light on population: the 2010 census data revealed that slightly over 12,000 […]

Alexandria Criminal Lawyer

Our Alexandria Criminal Lawyer Serves the City of Alexandria, Virginia Historic Roots The City of Alexandria, Virginia, is very close Washington, D.C. (about six miles). There are about 150,000 people living in Alexandria (as of 2012). The city has very historic roots: among a list of interesting facts too long to publish here, Alexandria is […]

My Problem with the First Offender Program as a Virginia Marijuana Lawyer and Defense Attorney   As a Northern Virginia Marijuana Lawyer, Many of My Clients are Worried About their Criminal Record As a Northern Virginia criminal defense attorney, I handle a wide variety of matters involving all types of criminal charges. One of the […]

But it’s just a misdemeanor

Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William County Criminal Lawyers Suggestion: Dealing with a Misdemeanor Charge [covertplayersinglevideo trvideoid=”R1Jx3X-IXr0″ trdisplaytype=”1″ trnumbervideosdisplay=”” trvideoperpage=”36″ trthumbnailwidth=”80″ trthumbnailheight=”55″ trpopupwidth=”500″ trpopupheight=”350″ trvideoalign=”center” trytautohide=”0″ trytautoplay=”1″ trytcontrols=”0″ trytrelvideo=”0″ trytshowlogo=”1″ trytshowtitle=”0″ tryttheme=”dark” trythighquality=”0″] Most people are aware of the fact that it is generally a financially devastating blow to most people when they are convicted of […]

The Truth About Possession of Marijuana Laws

Possession of Marijuana in Virginia: the Fallacy of the First Offender Program Our Fairfax criminal lawyer and Northern Virginia-serving defense attorney believes there is not enough transparency when it comes to the first offender program in Virginia. This article discusses what the program is, why it is flawed, and how it can be improved. The […]

Fairfax DWI Lawyer Shows Jail Time via Chart

Fairfax DWI Lawyer: Mandatory Minimum Jail Sentences [infographic] [wpsocialite] Virginia DWI laws are complex. If you are here because you or a loved one faces a pending charge, then it is important to consult a local Fairfax DWI lawyer as soon as possible. In Virginia, a driving while intoxicated offense can result in very different […]

Misdemeanor Appeals in Virginia

Virginia Misdemeanor Appeal from District to Circuit Court One has a right to appeal the court’s ruling if found guilty of a Virginia misdemeanor in district court. The case is appealed to the circuit court, and heard de novo. This means that there is a new trial. It does not mean the original case result […]

Virginia Criminal Appeals

Ask a Virginia Criminal Lawyer: Should I Appeal? Whether or not you are able to appeal a case depends on multiple factors. After talking to a Virginia criminal attorney or a local criminal lawyer, you will not only be able to learn why you (or why not) an appeal is possible (or not), but you […]

November 2013 Lion’s Den Newsletter

The Vincenzes Law Firm’s Lion’s Den Newsletter November 2013 In this issue: Fall 2013 November Giveaway: 1 subscriber will win a Google Nexus Tablet, and 6 will win assorted DVD movies. Tip of the Month: Why driving on a suspended license is easier than you think Featured Article: Interlude to NSA Critique: Humility, Vision, and […]

What are the benefits of a Virginia reckless driving lawyer?

Virginia Reckless Driving Penalty Assessment Chart [wpsocialite] Disclaimer and Warning: please be aware, the information contained on this page and the accompanying table/quiz is by no means intended to be used or relied upon as legal advice. I highly encourage you to contact a Virginia reckless driving lawyer for a free consultation, regardless of what […]

Probable Cause: “What is probable cause?”

Our Virginia Defense Attorney‘s 4th Amendment Probable Cause Introduction: What is Probable Cause? “Probable Cause” (PC) is an intricate legal term that all criminal defense attorneys and regular citizens ought to be familiar with. Why should non-lawyers take a few moments to familiarize themselves with the 4th Amendment and PC? Simple. It has to do […]

3 Most Important Statements: How to Handle a Traffic Stop

How to Handle a Traffic Stop in Virginia As a Virginia criminal lawyer, traffic attorney, and Fairfax criminal lawyer, I get this question all the time. It is not necessarily always asked this way, nor is it directly worded in the form of a question. But quite often, when I am teaching or meeting with […]

Spying Laws in Virginia by our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer

Spying or Peeping in Virginia – the Law Explained by our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer Spying into a home or dwelling (or enclosure) is a crime against habitation. This offense, along with burglary, arson, and trespassing, make up the four most common offenses against habitation covered by our Virginia criminal attorney in Fairfax, VA. Unlike arson […]

Expungements Part II by a Fairfax Criminal Lawyer

Part II: The Virginia Expungement Infographic Guide by our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer If you are reading this, it is hopefully because you have already viewed Part I of the two-part guide by our Fairfax criminal lawyer and legal team: The Virginia Expungement Infographic Guide. You may have skipped to this page directly from our main […]

Expungements Part I by a Fairfax Criminal Defense Attorney

Fairfax Criminal Defense Attorney Presents the Virginia Expungement Infographic Guide We use infographics from time to time, as we believe they are great tools for conveying and explaining otherwise dry or boring material. Our Fairfax criminal defense attorney and his legal team have created a two-part Infographic guide to explain what is perhaps the most […]