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February 2015 Archives

DUI: it's not a boy's club

It's a relatively short drive from Leesburg to the offices of The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility in Arlington, Virginia. The group says it is fighting to eliminate drunk driving and to promote "responsible decision-making regarding beverage alcohol."

Study: pot doesn't make drivers significantly more likely to crash

The facts about the effects of alcohol on drivers are clear. Some of the presumed facts about the effects of marijuana on drivers just went up in smoke, however. According to a study by the federal government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, marijuana use does not significantly raise the risk of causing car accidents.

How to talk to you kids about your divorce

Children naturally will have a lot of questions when their parents tell them they are getting a divorce. Finding out that one of their parents will not be around as much anymore can be very confusing and scary, and they may seek reassurance that they are still loved and protected, despite the divorce.

South of Leesburg: aggressive driving and DUI enforcement zone

If you drive about 11 miles south of Leesburg on Rt. 15, you'll be in the heart of a new Loudoun County Sheriff and Virginia State Police enforcement zone. The two agencies say they are teaming up to target aggressive and impaired drivers in the area around the intersection of Routes 15 and 50.

Child custody law puts the child's best interests first

Going through a child custody dispute can be emotionally difficult and frustrating. This is not some impersonal business deal; this is about whether your children will live with you most of the time, or whether you will get to spend time with them regularly and have a say in their upbringing. Perhaps nothing is more important in the lives of most Virginia parents.

Can I get a DUI while taking prescription drugs?

You and your Loudoun County doctor undoubtedly have perfectly valid reasons for the prescription drugs you take. But if you're taking medications that impair your ability to drive, you should know that you can be arrested in Virginia for driving under the influence.

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