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In Virginia, petty theft is defined as (1) the theft of any item worth less than $500, or (2) the theft of any item worth less than $5 from another’s person.
A DUI conviction in Virginia will stay on your driving record for 11 years, and will remain on your criminal record for the rest of your life.
If someone damages, destroys, or defaces your property, you need to report the event to your local police station. Only then can you start fixing the problem.
There are several common strategies for fighting a reckless driving ticket in Virginia. Many center on reducing the charge to improper driving.
Many stepparents choose to adopt the children from their spouse’s former relationships. However, there are a few things to consider when doing so in Virginia.
There are several ways for you to lose your driving privileges in Virginia. To easily check whether your license is valid, you need to make a DMV Now account.
If you die without a will in Virginia, the court will process your estate as “intestate.” This means that your estate will be divided according to Virginia law.
In Virginia, an officer can charge you with possession even if you don’t have drugs on your person. The presence of other forms of evidence can also lead to possession charges.
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