Under Virginia’s implied consent law, anyone who drives on a Virginia highway automatically consents to breathalyzer and blood testing upon a DUI arrest.
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.
There are 5 general ways to receive DUI charges in Virginia, all of which will result in the loss of your license, fines, and possibly even jail time.
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 Virginia, an officer can charge you with DUI if they believe you’re driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol, even if you blow less than a 0.08.
The criminal justice system is filled with pitfalls that often catch first time offenders. Check out these 6 common mistakes to avoid in your Virginia DUI case.
In today’s episode of Law Talk, Jessica and Andrew cover all of the basics of DUI charges in Virginia, from the potential fines, jail time, and license loss.