At Mark B. Arthur, PC, in Virginia, we often counsel employees who find themselves charged of white collar crimes. Whether you work for a large corporation or a small business, allegations of theft from your employer can be devastating.
Many people face drunk driving charges at some point in their lives, and it is rarely easy to beat these charges without a strong legal defense. For many prosecutors, drunk driving charges represent easy wins they may use to build their own record of convictions. It is important to review all the evidence carefully to identify weaknesses a defendant can use to protect themselves and their rights.
The idea of being framed for a crime is terrifying. It is even more so when you worry about law enforcement tricking you into committing a crime. However, you should understand that law enforcement in Virginia will not do that. It is against the law. The United States Department of Justice explains that when law enforcement coerces or otherwise influences you to commit a crime, it could be entrapment.
Virginian residents likely know the basics of a DUI offense. It involves being under the influence of some sort of substance while also operating a moving vehicle, most commonly a car. Today, we break down those elements further to get a closer look at what a DUI offense is typically comprised of.
Many Virginia college students may see fake IDs as a right of passage and think that every student gets one. They may not realize, though, that their fake ID is a form of fraud and that there can be severe consequences for using or making these IDs.