Monthly Archives - October 2017

possession with intent to distribute in Virginia

Possession with Intent to Distribute: What It Means in Virginia

Possession with intent to distribute is charged when someone is found in possession of controlled dangerous substances and it is believed that their intention is to either sell them or give them to someone else. Virginia takes drug possession seriously but distribution is harshly punished.Virginia Code Section 18.2- 248 criminalizes the possession of a controlled substance as well as possession with intent to distribute, sell, give or manufacture a controlled substance or an imitation controlled substance. How Intent to Distribute is [...]

reckless driving in virginia

15 Ways to Get a Reckless Driving in Virginia

Virginia takes reckless driving seriously.  Drivers convicted are guilty of committing a class 1 criminal charge, the same criminal classification as a DUI/DWI conviction.  Criminal charges can stay on your record for years, and can have a huge impact on your lifestyle.  Professionals who need security clearances for their occupation may lose those authorizations.  Military or government contractors, who deal with sensitive matters, may not be able to get required sanctions.  Insurance costs significantly raise.     Unfortunately, many driving behaviors [...]