Everyone’s heard of people who receive “life in prison” as punishment for their crimes. In this article, we’ll explore what this actually means in Virginia.
When a domestic dog and another species of canine have puppies, you get hybrid canines. Virginia law regulates the ownership of such hybrid dogs.
Virginia follows the “one bite” rule when it comes to dangerous dogs, meaning that the dog’s owner is only liable if the dog was already proven aggressive.
In this guide, we cover the basics of underage DUIs in Virginia, and offer three useful tips to help your child fight an underage DUI charge.
The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 makes it illegal to impersonate a member of the military for any form of material personal gain, such as money or housing.
Knowingly committing a crime on behalf of a gang is a serious offense in Virginia that often results in Class 4 or 5 felony charges.
Virginia’s laws on marijuana use have changed a lot recently. Make sure you’re up to date by reading this overview to the code as it stands in 2018.
In Virginia, repeat drug offenses are a serious issue that carry increasingly harsh penalties for every conviction, especially in cases of trafficking.
Mailing prescriptions can break both Virginian and federal laws, and can result in heavy fines and jail time.
This article covers the definition of grand larceny in Virginia and the potential consequences of a conviction.
In Virginia, the same law criminalizes both assault and battery. However, that doesn’t mean that assault and battery are the same offense.
The state of Virginia recently changed the cutoff between grand and petty larceny. In this article we cover the new, updated laws surrounding theft.