For many people in Virginia who voted for the current Governor in the last election, the then-candidate's campaign pledge to work toward the legalization of marijuana may have been a key factor in their choice at the polls. As the last legislative session has now come to a close, however, their hopes may be somewhat diminished.
Each state has its own laws and restrictions pertaining to the ownership of firearms. Virginia residents who have recently moved to the state, served time for a crime or wish to purchase or sell a gun may want to know the state’s specific laws on gun ownership.
If you hold a Virginia driver's license, you will want to know about the points that your record might accumulate for various actions and how these points might affect you. Some people may be unaware of how easy it is to amass a high number of negative points on their driving record.
Field sobriety tests may be the main way that police determine if you are intoxicated behind the wheel, but that does not mean they're reliable or accurate.
Facing the repercussions of any type of crime can make way for a long and tedious process. Depending on the case, those repercussions could last for months, and even many years. Virginia residents dealing with the effects of actions made a lifetime ago understand the severity of a criminal record. Not only can it can dangle above one's head in a number of situations; it can potentially threaten a person's reputation and overall quality of life.