With several high-profile deaths related to hazing on college campuses dominating Virginia headlines over the past few years, university officials, law enforcement and state legislators are no longer disposed to regard such initiation rituals as harmless fun. Several states are now cracking down, seeking harsher penalties for those who engage in hazing, especially if the initiate comes to bodily harm.
Given how much time Virginia college students spend on the internet, cybercrime is bound to be a concern. In fact, according to the VoIP Shield website, cybercrime is projected to cost as much as $6 trillion globally by the year 2021. Cybercrime takes many forms, and chances are you or someone you know has been a victim of at least one form of it.
It's best to never drink and drive. Not only can this lead you to legal trouble, but it also increases your chance of being part of a motor vehicle accident that results in injury or death to you and/or others.
Fraud is a crime in Virginia. If you were convicted of or if you were to plead guilty to charges involving fraudulent acts, you would likely have to deal with the same issues as any other similar convict in the state.
The most wonderful time of the year for many Virginia residents entails celebration and merriment. Whether you are driving home from the office holiday party or after enjoying egg nog at a friend’s home, you might encounter a sobriety checkpoint at some time during the next few weeks. This is not unusual during the holiday season, when drinking is heavier than usual.