My GPS had me taking an exit on the left and I thought I was crossing over the HOV lane to get off of the highway, this is my 2nd offense so I avoid HOV lanes, but once I got off on the exit(which apparently was also an HOV lane) there was a police officer at the end of the exit which was about 500... Read more »
Virginia still applies a contributory negligence standard to personal injury cases. These types of defenses by the insurance companies are very fact and case specific. You should contact an experienced personal injury attorney to discuss your claim. Feel free to contact my office if I can be of...Read more »
My 11yr old son was beaten by his father that claims it was a spanking! My son called me and told me of everything that took place, I also have pictures of my son injuries. Charles Cty State Attorney charge him with four abuse and assult charges, I have letters and video of my son crying and having... Read more »
The corporal punishment issues will arise in Virginia and Maryland. However, you can always file for a modification of custody in Virginia provided certain elements are met. You should contact an experienced family law attorney to help you though these complex matters. Please feel free to...Read more »
The fine and punishment is dependent upon what code section you were charged under. If you have a valid drivers license but did not have it on your person that is much different then if you were charged with Driving on a Suspended License. You should contact an experienced criminal law attorney...Read more »
The Court can make a temporary award of child support in addition to the temporary custody ruling. Absent there being a court order requiring the payment of temporary child support there is no obligation to pay support. You would only have to pay support if the court has ordered a support amount....Read more »
With both parents agreeable to you having custody of the child you have several options. Adoption, an agreed custody order or guardianship are just a couple of the options available to you. Each of these options have advantages and disadvantages.
The code section you have been charged with is a class 4 misdemeanor. If convicted, you could receive a maximum fine of $250.00 and have a misdemeanor conviction on your record. I typically charge flat rates for misdemeanor criminal matters and this type of charge is at the bottom range of my...Read more »
Child Custody, Visitation and Support are always modifiable by the Court so long as you show that there has been a material change in circumstances from the last Order entered and that the Modification is in the Child's best interests. If these alleged facts are true you would have a very...Read more »
I am ticketed for making an illegal U-turn with law section of 46.2.830, as i am working for Dominoes Pizza as a delivery driver, and it was midnight 01:13 am, i made an illegal U-turn because it was very late on me and i was in hurry. I made a u-turn and the officer pulled me over. but there is a... Read more »
Improper U-turn is a 3 demerit point violation that the DMV assesses against your driver's license point balance. The fact that the Officer/Deputy/Trooper wrote the wrong code section on the ticket may be useful if no one notices the incorrect code section and the Officer/Deputy/Trooper,...Read more »
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