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Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence?
Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence?

More often than not, clients who are falsely accused of domestic violence are dealing with a party who is motivated to fabricate. These motivations include but are not limited to: Wanting to get an advantage in a pending or soon to be pending divorce or custody case Wanting ...

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Blog Posts in 2013

  • NTSB Recommends Changes to State DUI Laws

    On May 14, 2013, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a Safety Report called Reaching Zero: Actions to Eliminate Alcohol-impaired ...

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  • Supreme Court: Drug dogs can be used to establish probable cause

    Police have a lot of power when investigating alleged criminal activity. If they suspect an individual may be involved in the distribution of illegal ...

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  • Virginia Traffic Tickets: It Might Be Worth Fighting Them

    Often when people receive traffic tickets or commit driving infractions such as speeding or reckless driving, they just pay the fine and forget about ...

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  • Virginia Expands the Scope of Protective Orders

    In May 2010, University of Virginia lacrosse star Yeardley Love was beaten to death by her one-time boyfriend and Virginia lacrosse player George ...

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  • Virginia Enacts Ignition-Interlock Penalty for First-Time Drunk Drivers

    On March 7, 2012, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell signed a new law providing that as of July 1, people convicted in the commonwealth of driving under the ...

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  • Authorities Find Virginia's New Synthetic Marijuana Law Hard to Enforce

    In March 2011, Virginia Governor Bob McDonald signed a law criminalizing the possession and sale of synthetic marijuana, joining at least 15 other ...

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  • Defense of Drug Possession and Drug Distribution Cases

    Article Provided by The Law Offices of Daniel J Miller Under Virginia law, prosecutors bear the burden to prove each and every element of a crime ...

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  • The Confrontation Clause: New Meaning for The Twenty-First Century

    Any person accused of a crime in the United States has the right "to be confronted with the witnesses against him." It is one of the fundamental ...

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  • Stifling the Right to Remain Silent

    When arrested in the United States, we have the right to remain silent. Most of us know this without attending law school or having ever interacted ...

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