Criminal Defense Lawyer in Richmond, Virginia
Our Richmond criminal law firm has experience successfully defending the rights of Richmond residents who have been arrested for a criminal offense. Being convicted of a criminal offense in Richmond, VA can have serious consequences and impact your life a great deal. Your family life and career can be impacted severely if you are convicted of a criminal offense, so contact Richmond criminal defense lawyer David Long today for a FREE legal consultation to ensure your rights are protected.
Minors in Possession of Alcohol Lawyer in Richmond, Virginia
No person under the age of 21 years shall use or attempt to use any (i) altered, fictitious, facsimile or simulated license to operate a motor vehicle, (ii) altered, fictitious, facsimile or simulated document, including, but not limited to a birth certificate or student identification card, or (iii) motor vehicle operator’s license, birth certificate or student identification card of another person in order to establish a false identification or false age for himself to consume alcohol underage, purchase or attempt to consume or purchase an alcoholic beverage. If you’ve been charged with a MIP in Richmond, contact our experienced Richmond criminal defense attorneys today for a FREE legal consultation.
Obtain a Protective Order in Richmond, Virginia
If you can seek a protective order is determined by what kind of relationship you have (or previously had) with the person who is harming or threatening you. If that person is a relative or household member, you may seek a protective order against family abuse through your local Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court intake office. You may also petition the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court for a protective order if either the petitioner (one seeking the protective order) or the respondent (individual committing acts of violence or threatening behavior) is under the age of 18. Additional information can be obtained through the intake office staff.
All other applications for protection orders that do not fall under the category of family or household member (including, but not limited to, dating or same-sex partners who do not live together) are made in the General District Court. If you live in Richmond, Virginia, and want additional information, it’s available by contacting David A.C. Long for a consultation that can answer any questions you may have about obtaining a protective order in Richmond, Virginia.
Drunk Driving DUI Lawyer in Richmond, VA
Drinking and driving is a serious criminal offense in Richmond, Virginia and typically requires the help of an experienced Richmond DUI attorney. If you have been arrested for drunk driving or driving while under the influence of intoxicants in Richmond, VA, our law firm can represent you in court. Virginia law requires that a person charged with a DUI in Richmond, must stand trial within Richmond city court, so if you have been arrested in Richmond contact our Richmond, Virginia DUI attorneys for a free consultation.
Our Richmond criminal defense lawyers can help you if you’ve been charged with any criminal offense in Virginia, including the following:
- DUI DWI
- Reckless Driving
- Speeding Tickets
- Traffic Tickets
- Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP)
- Possession of Controlled Substance
- Disorderly Conduct
- Public Intoxication
You can view all Virginia criminal offenses and their associated penalties (pdf) at the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission website.
Call 804.285.3888 for a FREE criminal defense lawyer consultation in Richmond, Virginia.
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