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  • September 27, 2017, Accomack General District Court, Charge: Carrying a Concealed Weapon While Intoxicated. Disposition: Dismissed after pleading not guilty and making legal arguments to the judge.  (Additional backdrop: While my client was found guilty of DUI, the refusal to take a breath test charge was null prossed by the prosecutor, so my client was able to get a restricted license.  The gun charge was dismissed upon legal argument and my client was able to get his gun returned to him.)

  • October 4, 2017, Accomack General District Court, Charge: 86/55 Reckless Driving By Speed. Disposition: Dismissed!  Learn more about why you need an Accomack Reckless Driving Attorney here.

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Reckless Driving for Failure to Yield Right of Way

Virginia makes it a reckless driving offense for failing to yield the right of way. Most of the time that we see this type of reckless driving charge it is because an accident occurred. Specifically, Virginia Code § 46.2-863 states: A person shall be guilty of...

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