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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.
If you’re convicted of DUI in Virginia, you’ll face several criminal penalties. One of these is the possibility of losing your driving privileges for a year or more.
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.
Landlords must follow all the proper procedures when evicting tenants in Virginia. This includes providing notice of the eviction.
The Virginia Code treats some traffic offenses committed by juveniles differently than those committed by adults. Most prominent are the penalties for DUI and texting while driving.
All traffic tickets in Virginia can be divided into two categories: moving and non-moving violations. Of the two, moving violations are the most serious.
Tortious interference occurs when a third party interferes with the business relations of two other, separate parties, usually with improper methods.
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