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This guy was just convicted of his 12th DUI out in Spotsylvania County, Virginia! Not just that, but he has warrants in at least three other states for drunk driving and related charges!
Have you received a DUI in Virginia? Here's a post explaining what may happen to your driving privileges after a DUI conviction.
Receiving a speeding ticket anywhere is unfortunate, really. But have you ever paid $200,000 for one? A man in Norway did. Things could always be worse.
As of July 1, 2012, anyone convicted of a DUI in Virginia is required to install an ignition interlock system in their vehicle as a condition of receiving a restricted license. Read our blog to discover how the devices work.
Summer storms can lead to power outages and headaches, especially on the road. Last month, we lost power for a week. Here are some tips for staying safe on the roads after a bad storm.
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Virginia Traffic Lawyers: Speeding Tickets, Reckless Driving and DUI Attorneys
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