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Legal and physical custody facts
Find out the difference between legal and physical custody. Also, learn how it might be affected by various situations and how decisions are made. Learn how it might vary if a child has input on the decision or if the decision is being made about a child that is not yet born.
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Red flags of employee and employer criminal activity
Find out how your employee or your employer might be engaged in illegal activities in Virginia. Learn how an unexplainable shift in behavior or personality, a strong focus on the company’s bottom line, controlling access to evidence and employees suddenly living beyond their means are all red flags that should be looked into.
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Find out how to avoid sexual harassment accusations
Find out how to avoid being accused of sexual harassment in your Virgina workplace. Learn the importance of talking with the men and women in your life about their experiences with sexual harassment, understanding personal physical boundaries, refraining from blending your personal life with your professional life and receiving proper training can all keep you out of an avoidable fiasco.
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Do police need a warrant for phone data?
Check out this article about a current U.S. Supreme Court case that will have significant implications for police powers and privacy rights. The case concerns a 2011 robbery case whereby police tracked a suspect’s whereabouts by using data about the suspect’s cellphone location, data that the police did not obtain a warrant for since the data was stored by the cellphone provider. The Supreme Court will decide whether police do require a search warrant for such data.
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Arrest powers at center of house party case
Check out this article about a current U.S. Supreme Court case that could set new limits on police arrest powers. The case concerns a party that was held at a vacant house in 2008. When police arrived at the house they arrested a number of party goers and initially charged them with trespassing. However, it is unclear whether police had sufficient cause to believe that the party goers were even aware that they were trespassing.
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Judge Thinks Suspect Who Asked for 'Lawyer, Dawg' Was Asking for a 'Lawyer Dog' http://nym.ag/2A5oGOP
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3 attacked in Woodbridge home invasion after road rage incident, Prince William County police say http://bit.ly/2A5IsKa
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Congratulations!! Our very own Peter Francescon was presented the Prince William County Circuit Court Trial Attorney of the Year Award!


Trial Attorney of the Year Awards are given by the local bar association to recognize attorneys for exemplary service in the courts, based on nominations from the bench. An honoree is recognized from each level of court. Chief Judge Carroll A. Weimer, Jr., from PWC Circuit Court presented Peter Francescon, Esq., with Boyce, Leahy & Francescon Lawyers, with the award for that court.

Prince William County Bar Association Honors the Best Local Attorneys http://bit.ly/2rUP0ei
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Congratulations!! Our very own Peter Francescon was presented the Prince William County Circuit Court Trial Attorney of the Year Award!
Trial Attorney of the Year Awards are given by the local bar association to recognize attorneys for exemplary service in the courts, based on nominations from the bench. An honoree is recognized from each level of court. Chief Judge Carroll A. Weimer, Jr., from PWC Circuit Court presented Peter Francescon, Esq., with Boyce, Leahy & Francescon Lawyers, with the award for that court.
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Two big changes to Virginia’s DUI laws
Check out this article about how 2017 saw Virginia make two significant changes to its DUI laws. In response to a U.S. Supreme Court decision last year, Virginia decriminalized refusing to submit to a warrantless blood test, but increased penalties for breath test refusals. Also, the state has significantly increased the fines and jail sentences for commercial drivers convicted of DUI.
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