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March 2016 Archives

DUI arrests and pleading to lesser charges: is it a good idea?

There are some people in Virginia who would tell you to play everything "by the book" during a drunk-driving stop, even telling you to be honest with police about whether or not you've consumed any alcohol beverages. The rationale behind this advice typically stems from the belief that if you've done something wrong, you should be held accountable for your actions.

If my license was suspended in one state, do I lose it in VA?

A lot of people do not just consider their driver's license to be a way for them to get from here to there. For those that realize it, a driver's license can be a means of freedom if not an extremely important tool used to maintain employment. Losing it, as you can imagine, would almost certainly mean losing your job, in most cases.

Chris Martin: I don't see it as a divorce

There is no rulebook that says what kind of relationship you and your ex must have after your divorce is final. If the two of you have children, ideally you will be able to continue co-parenting. Outside of that, post-divorce relationships range from non-existent to very close.

If my license was suspended for DUI, can I still drive a moped?

Losing your driver's license because of an alcohol-related offense can be a hard blow, especially for those who rely on their vehicle to get them to and from their place of employment. It's because of this fact that we often get asked questions regarding a person's driving privileges, particularly what they can and cannot operate now that their license has been suspended.

How long will an ignition interlock device remain in my car?

If you've just been convicted of a first-time DUI offense here in Virginia then you know why many people call our state drunk-driving laws some of the toughest in the country. That's because, like so many other people who have been in your position, you're probably facing a court order that is demanding you install an ignition interlock device on at least one of the vehicles you own.

Wedding dress photo series helped woman deal with her divorce

Most brides wear their wedding dress once, then store it in the attic as a memento and, possibly, a family heirloom to be passed down to a daughter or granddaughter someday. But one divorced woman wore her wedding dress everywhere, to change it from a reminder of her failed marriage to a symbol of the new phase her life had entered.

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