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February 2018 Archives

College students who drink and drive may face consequences

When college students choose to drink alcohol on Virginia campuses, they may simply think they are engaging in a recreational college activity. However, alcohol can have serious consequences for students, especially if they choose to drink and then drive home.

Do you understand Virginia's ignition interlock program for DUIs?

Most people who live in Virginia already know that the state has a reputation for dealing harshly with those accused of driving under the influence (DUI). There are fines and mandatory minimum jail sentences for those convicted or who plead guilty to drunk driving offenses.

Allergy bullying might result in criminal charges

Despite ongoing efforts by parents, teachers and students, bullying is as much of a problem today as it was when you were in school. At Mark B. Arthur, PC, we know that bullying can result in a child receiving serious charges. You and other Virginia parents may benefit by understanding the potential consequences of bullying at school.

Will Virginia be the next state to legalize medical marijuana?

As a Virginia resident, you undoubtedly know that marijuana possession and use are still illegal in our state. Federal law likewise considers marijuana to be an illegal drug. However, you may soon be able to legally use marijuana if you are ill and your doctor prescribes it or its oil as part of your treatment.

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