Residents in Virginia who are held on suspicion of drinking while driving will likely be subjected to any number of tests. Police will do this to determine whether or not it is actually a DUI-related incident. Here are some of the actions that an officer may take when looking to see how drunk a person is.
In Virginia, the terms "white collar" and "blue collar" crimes are sometimes used to differentiate between charges. If you find yourself facing a charge that falls under one of these categories, Mark B. Arthur, attorney at law, can help you understand crucial points that separate them in the eyes of the law.
When students start their first year of college in Virginia, they may not consider how they will handle alcohol. Students may easily find themselves involved with alcohol, though, and it is important for them to understand how they can enjoy college life while remaining sober.
Getting pulled over by law enforcement is typically a frightening experience. This is particularly true if you have recently had a drink. You may believe that you are not impaired while still feeling nervous about the outcome of the interaction with police. Many times, a traffic stop will result in a roadside sobriety test, followed by a request for the driver to perform a chemical breath test.
At the law office of Mark B. Arthur, PC, we are looking forward to the start of another school year as much as proud parents and excited students are. The beginning of college is an important milestone for college students in Virginia and across the country. As a parent, you want your child to have a memorable first year, but you also want him or her to stay safe throughout the year.
When a Virginia resident is romantically interested in another person, he or she may be willing to do anything to get the other person's attention. Sometimes people may go too, far, however, and find themselves facing a stalking charge instead of going on a date.