Blog Posts in 2015

How New Virginia Criminal Laws Will Affect You

Every year new laws in Virginia take effect on July 1. This year legislators have enacted a number of new laws that affect police, public safety and its citizens. These laws range from obscure ...
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Virginians Finally Recognizing The Idiocy Of Creating A Felon State

On March 18, the Richmond Times Dispatch held a public Square forum to address the high number of convicted felons in the commonwealth. ...
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Is the Word "Thug" Being Used to Justify the Use of Excessive Force?

Last year conservative talk show hosts claimed that Missouri teen Michael Brown was killed because his street ways finally caught up to him when he was shot in self-defense by a conscientious police ...
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First Time Offenders In Virginia

Most people think that the first time they get in trouble, the justice system will give them a break since they don't have a prior record. Sadly, the request for leniency has different results ...
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WEIRD VIRGINIA LAWS

Virginia is for Lovers has been the tourism and travel slogan of the Commonwealth of Virginia since 1969. In some ways that just isn't true. Virginia has some of America's strangest and most ...
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Passing DUI Checkpoints and The Recent Viral Video

GET THROUGH SOBRIETY CHECKPOINTS: Sobriety checkpoints are one of the most misunderstood police tools in common use. A viral video posted this week shows a Florida man testing out a clever approach ...
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