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June 2014 Archives

Judge changes mind about delay for Navy dad in child custody case

There is a federal law that recognizes that people in the military may be deployed overseas, far from home, and thus cannot show up to court when ordered. The statute is called the Service Members Relief Act. It allows military members to get a delay of proceedings in civil cases for at least 90 days, so that the soldier can make arrangements to appear once it is possible.

Operation Border to Border results in 20 DUI arrests

Virginia State Police were out in force last weekend as part of a six-state Rt. 15 enforcement effort. Operation Border to Border included law enforcement in New York, Maryland. South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Georgia.

Virginia toughens DUI penalties again

If you're a Virginia resident, the Commonwealth's Department of Motor Vehicles wants you to know of several important changes to law taking effect on July 1. We already have some of the toughest DUI laws in the nation, a designation we are sure to keep after the General Assembly stiffened our drunk driving penalties once again.

Lobbyist power couple reaches high-asset divorce settlement

Many people would be reluctant to have their divorce reported upon in the media. But couples with high-valued assets, along with a name that is well-known in political circles, would probably not be surprised to see their split in the newspaper.

Virginia high school teacher, coach charged with DUI

She has devoted herself to youth physical fitness, team sports and education, winning titles and awards. But now the 41-year-old Virginia teacher and volleyball coach is facing a different kind of challenge headed to a different sort of court.

Researchers develop lasers to detect alcohol from outside cars

It’s not smoke and mirrors used in a new laser detection device, but rather vapors and mirrors. The device can detect alcohol vapors from people breathing inside moving cars, according to research published recently in the Journal of Applied Remote Sensing.

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