Consequences Of A Dui Conviction In Virginia
Reckless Driving

The Long-Term Consequences of a DUI Conviction in Virginia

Driving under the influence (DUI) is a felony in the state of Virginia and can have devastating consequences on your personal life. After being charged with DUI, it is important to understand how this can affect not only your freedom, but also your employment, immigration, and family relationships. A DUI conviction can have serious legal

Defense For Domestic Violence Cases

Domestic Complaint: What happens if the couple reconciles after a complaint?

If you have been accused of domestic violence, it is important to make sure you have proper legal representation. While there are cases where these accusations are false, not having the right counsel can lead to severe penalties such as fines or even imprisonment. As a criminal defence and personal injury lawyer with more than

Auto Insurance

Did you know that in Virginia it is legal not to have auto insurance?

In Virginia, you don’t have to have auto insurance if you don’t want to. Crazy, right? This is just one of the many things Virginia law allows people to do without having to worry about getting in trouble. Below we’ll learn a little bit about what it’s all about.  That’s right, as crazy as it


3 steps to defend yourself if you are stopped for drunk driving in Virginia

A DUI arrest in Virginia is serious and can have serious consequences. From having to pay hefty fines to having your license suspended or even affecting your immigration status, it is critical that you know how to protect your rights and defend your case. Here are some steps you should take if you are arrested

Personal Injury Attorney

How long does it take to resolve a personal injury case in Virginia?

How long it takes to resolve a Virginia personal injury case is a question that many clients ask. The answer to this question is that it depends on several factors, such as the severity of the injuries and the medical procedures needed to recover.   Resolution time depends on the severity of the lesion  

Marijuana Laws

Did you know that even though marijuana is legal in Virginia it could land you in prison?

Although marijuana is now legal in Virginia, it is still a crime punishable by imprisonment. In this blog, Right Path Law Group will explain the ins and outs of Virginia’s marijuana laws, and how you can stay out of trouble with the law. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam signed the state’s recreational cannabis law on April


What could be the consequences of committing a crime in the U.S. without being a U.S. citizen?

The consequences of committing a crime in the United States when you are not a citizen can be severe. There is a possibility that you will be deported and may not be able to return to the United States for a long time. Find out what can happen if you are convicted of a crime

Driving Without A License

Do you have a ticket for driving without a license in Virginia?

When you receive a ticket for driving without a license in Virginia, you should contact the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to determine what steps you need to take to resolve the matter. It is critical to resolve the ticket as soon as possible to avoid additional penalties or fines. Depending on the circumstances,

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car accident, Insurance

What To Do If The Insurance Company Calls You After A Car Accident In Virginia?

Stay calm and collected if you are involved in a car accident and contacted by the insurance company. If possible, try to write down the caller’s name, contact information, and the insurance company’s name. If you can’t write this down, it’s okay to ask the caller for their contact information so you can call them

Stopped By A Police Officer

What to do if you are stopped by a police officer and are carrying a firearm?

Being stopped by the police is always a stressful experience, but it can be even more so if you are carrying a gun. In some states, it is perfectly legal to carry a gun in public as long as you have the proper permits and licenses. However, even if you are legally carrying a gun,