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July 2017 Archives

Drunk driving and the law

Operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol can not only be dangerous, but costly. In Virginia, law enforcement takes measures to prevent such dangers and educate drivers about the consequences of driving while impaired. While drunk driving is a serious matter, learning about the facts can raise awareness and potentially create safer driving practices. 

Proposed bill to end cash bonds

Those who have been arrested in Virginia understand how stressful it can be to need to pay a cash bond in order to be released from jail while awaiting trial. Not everyone can afford to pay, and that can keep a person locked away from their family and their livelihood before even getting their day in court. A new bill proposed in the Senate is aiming to end the practice of bail bonds.

Survey shows populations of divorced persons

For divorcing spouses in Virginia, one of the many challenges they may face as they process through the end of a marriage is a sense of loss. This may be more pronounced if they do not have strong support systems or are allowed to feel alone. Knowing that others have been through similar events and not only survived but even ultimately thrived can be helpful to people going through difficult times, including getting a divorce.

Know your rights: Being stopped by police

Many in Virginia are aware of some of their rights because of crime procedural shows on television, but in the event of being stopped or questioned by law enforcement, it is important to understand the rights available to those in the United States. A person can end up a part of an investigation without having committed a crime, so being aware of one's rights is one way to protect against arrest.

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