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How to Reduce the Risk of Identity Theft
How to Reduce the Risk of Identity Theft

Identity theft is defined as the stealing, purchasing or otherwise obtaining personal identifying information from someone without their consent. During the holidays, people are more vulnerable to identity theft because of how chaotic things can become. If you want to learn ...

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  • Most Common Holiday Crimes

    While the holidays can be fun, you’re usually tired, sleep deprived, and overworked during this time of year. Most criminals are counting on you being ...

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  • DUI vs. Reckless Driving: What Do My Charges Mean?

    For criminal defense attorneys, it’s a well-known tactic to argue for or accept a lesser charge in exchange for dropping a harsher one. It’s a common ...

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  • What Is a Felony DUI in Virginia Beach?

    A Gradual Escalation or a One-Time Incident When you are arrested for a DUI in Virginia, it can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony. ...

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  • Virginia's DUI Expungement Laws

    The Unfortunate Truth Many accused or even convicted of a DUI in Virginia Beach wonder if there is ever a chance that the conviction could be lifted ...

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  • Do I Need an Attorney For A Reckless Driving Charge?

    One of the most frequently asked questions by individuals who are charged with reckless driving is whether they should retain an attorney to represent ...

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  • Top Five Reasons Why It's A Really Bad Idea To Draft Your Own, Or Internet Purchased, Separation Agreement

    It’s a contract - Under Virginia, law separation agreements are treated the same as contracts. That means once you sign this contract it is binding ...

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  • Arrested? Don't Make These Mistakes!

    With the popularity of crime shows like Law & Order, CSI, Criminal Minds, you would think people would understand their rights when encountering the ...

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  • DEA Declines to Reclassify Marijuana

    On Thursday, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) declares that marijuana will continue to be classified as a Schedule I controlled substance, ...

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  • Refusing a Breath Test in Virginia Carries Significant Consequences

    When stopped by police, some Virginia drivers, concerned about possible DUI/DWI charges, may consider refusing to take a Breathalyzer test; however, ...

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