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Most Virginia courts accepts text messages as evidence due to a recent Court of Appeals decision. However, they’ll only accept “original” versions.
Virginia is a contributory negligence state, which means that you may have a hard time recovering damages even after an accident that wasn’t your fault.
Knowingly giving false reports to law enforcement officials is a Class 1 misdemeanor in Virginia, punishable with both heavy fines and jail time.
In Virginia, even minor actions can count as resisting arrest. Further, resisting arrest is a serious crime, punishable by both fines and jail time.
Prenups aren’t only for dividing up assets during a divorce. They can also be useful tools for safeguarding your future with your spouse.
If an officer pulls you over for DUI in Virginia, they’ll probably ask you to take a breathalyzer test. However, many people misunderstand what this means.
In order to qualify for restricted driving privileges in Virginia, you must install an ignition interlock device on your vehicles.
In most cases, you’ll have to renew your green card after 10 years. However, the process is different for conditional permanent residents.
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