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October 2014 Archives

More parents getting help, not jail, for child support debt

In Virginia, if you fall far enough behind in your child support payments, you might go to jail. But some people involved in family law matters are starting to think this is not the best way to get kids the money they deserve for basic necessities.

No fun: a Virginia DUI charge

Fun is like art: you know when you see it. For some, Picasso made great art and for them, watching Leesburg High games is great fun. For others, Taylor Swift’s music combines artistry and fun. We raised this fun subject because we want to share “fun facts” from the Alcohol: Problems and Solutions website.

DUI conviction can be very costly in Virginia

More than one person has noted the irony inherent in Virginia's ABC stores. The Commonwealth controls the distribution and sale of alcohol to "ensure that adults of legal age who choose to responsibly consume alcohol can do so in a safe environment." At the same time, the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control touts on its website its store openings (including one in Leesburg this past summer) and its booming business (over $140 million in profits).

How we help in Virginia vehicular assault and homicide cases

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe recently unveiled a website called Virginia Faces of Drunk Driving. As our readers know, the Commonwealth has some of the nation's toughest laws against drunk driving. The website is not part of enforcement efforts, however, but rather an effort to put faces to the names of people who are killed or seriously injured in DUI accidents.

Michael Phelps arrested again for DUI

It's a relatively short drive from Leesburg to the spot where the man with the most gold medals in Olympic history was pulled over by police. Baltimore native Michael Phelps was stopped for speeding; police say he going nearly 40 mph over the limit in Fort McHenry Tunnel on Interstate 95.

In divorce, some business owners try to plead poverty

Small business remains an important part of the Virginia economy. Many households rely in large part on income generated by a business owned by one or both spouses. If successful, a business can allow a family to live a comfortable, maybe even luxurious, lifestyle.

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