Category: Criminal Law


June 25, 2020

Early Release from Prison in Virginia

Early Release from Prison in Virginia

Virginia Passes Law to Release People from Prison: Conditions and Exceptions Apply In response to COVID-19, Virginia passed a law allowing the release of people in custody of the Department of Corrections (DOC). While this budget amendment does allow for the release of additional people from DOC during the pandemic, […]

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Motions to Reconsider

Motions to Reconsider

Motions to Reconsider The Department of Public Safety and Homeland Security, through Secretary Brian Moran, has encouraged prosecutors and judges to reconsider sentences for those incarcerated in local and regional jails. To this end, the attorneys at the Irving Law Firm, P.C., have been working to serve the community by […]

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When I visit your office, what should I expect?

When you walk into our office, you will be greeted by one of our capable staff members. If you need to make a payment, schedule an appointment or check for important dates, our staff will be happy to assist you. First time visitors will be asked to fill out a […]

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What Can I Do To Fight A Speeding Ticket for Reckless Driving in Virginia?

Reckless driving in Virginia is a criminal offense rather than a traffic offense and therefore carries severe consequences. A Class 1 misdemeanor, reckless driving triggers a maximum fine of $2,500 or a jail sentence of up to 12 months in Virginia – or some combination of the two. In addition, […]

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What’s The Charge For Underage Drinking in Virginia?

As the weather begins to warm up, local concert venues begin to open their doors. While thousands in the Northern Virginia area responsibly enjoy concerts at venues such as Jiffy Lube Live, Wolftrap, and Jammin Java, inevitably many young people will consume alcohol while enjoying music at these venues. One […]

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