Underage drinking is a common crime in Virginia. However, the penalties are more serious than you’d think, ranging from large fines to possible jail time.
In this infographic, we outline the penalties you can expect from a conviction of marijuana possession or distribution in Virginia.
Virginia punishes shoplifting under the normal larceny laws. In this way, shoplifting items worth less than $500 is petty larceny, while anything more counts as grand larceny.
Virginia’s laws regarding marijuana use have changed a lot recently. This ultimate guide covers everything you need to know about marijuana charges in Virginia.
The penalties for driving under the influence in Virginia can be confusing. This infographic shows what you can expect for a first, second and third offense of DUI.
“Barrier crimes” are criminal offenses that bar you from certain jobs upon conviction. Generally, they relate to nursing homes, commercial drivers, and first responders.
In Virginia, eluding the police is a Class 2 misdemeanor punishable with a fine of up to $1,000 and up to six months of jail time.
All criminal defendants are guaranteed the right to a trial by jury. However, there are several advantages and disadvantages to choosing this option.
After receiving a possession charge in Virginia, you can choose to either fight the charges, take a plea deal, or apply for the first offender program.
The Air Carrier Access Act of 1986 allows people to travel with their service or emotional support animal, provided they follow certain rules.
Virginia takes cases of perjury very seriously. Make sure you understand Virginia’s perjury laws before every stepping into a courtroom.
Transferring your Virginia probation to another state may look easy on paper, but in practice it can often become quite complicated.