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First-time DUI in Virginia: What can you expect

We all make mistakes. It's a phrase you've probably heard more times than you can count in your lifetime. But while some regard a mistake as something simple and easily forgivable, there are others out there who believe that a mistake can be something major as well.

Enjoying the holidays after divorce

Though most of our readers are surely looking forward to Christmas two days from now, other people are dreading the holiday. There are many reasons not to want another Christmas to come around. For those who went through divorce this year, the reason may be that it will be the first Christmas they will not spend with their former spouse and their children.

The consequences of underage drinking and driving

There are a lot of young people, and perhaps even some parents, who might not have a problem with giving someone who is under the legal age a few alcoholic beverages. Some parents might especially think it's okay if they know the young person is being watched by a responsible adult.

Increased patrols this season means increased risk of DUI arrest

December is upon us, which means one thing for a majority of Virginians: Christmas and New Year's festivities are just around the corner. Though some people in our state will choose to make this Christmas and New Year's a sober one, some here in Leesburg and across the state may drink alcohol. And while there is nothing wrong with consuming a few alcoholic libations, it's important to remember that Virginia police won't feel the same way if you choose to drink and drive afterward.

How liable is a bar after a drunk driving accident?

In many bars, it's common practice for servers and bartenders to cut off patrons when they appear to have had too much to drink. Oftentimes done out of safety for the patron as well as other patrons, one of the main motives behind doing this is to prevent the patron from driving while intoxicated and potentially causing an accident.

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