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Virginia DUI sentencing enhancement risks addressed by Fairfax lawyer

Virginia DUI sentencing enhancement risks can go beyond mandatory minimum sentencing for such factors as repeat DWI offenses, blood alcohol content of 0.15 or more, DUI with maiming and DUI with death. As a Fairfax DWI lawyer, I know that other factors can also aggravate...

FST weakness gets pounced on and results in a DUI trial acquittal

FST (field sobriety testing) often get overly built up by police and prosecutors in Virginia DUI trials. In reality, prosecutions typically have holes to mine, enlarge and exploit in fighting for acquittal. Sometimes that yields acquittal, like with my recent DWI bench trial. In this...

Who is the best Fairfax criminal lawyer for you?

Who is the best Fairfax criminal or DUI attorney for you? As a Virginia criminal lawyer, I know that this is a critical question that cannot be taken lightly. Your friends and family -- no matter how wise or well meaning -- may weigh in...

Virginia DUI Victory from Successful Challenge of the Arrest

Virginia DUI victory can arise from a pretrial dismissal, suppression of the arrest, and a finding of lack of proof beyond a reasonable doubt to convict. As a Fairfax DUI lawyer, I know that preparation for such defense requires thorough attention to all the foregoing...

Home Visits by Police & 4th Amendment – Criminal Lawyer comments

Home visits by poiice are common. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I know that the Fourth Amendment limits the time, place and manner of those visits. For starters, the Fourth Amendment requires police to have probable cause to believe the existence of relevant criminal activity...

Fairfax DUI lawyer on driving under the influence of drugs & marijuana

Fairfax DUI lawyer / Virginia driving under the influence attorney Jon Katz knows that a prosecution for drug-impaired driving is defensible. At the same time, it bears stating that driving under the influence of any drug is a crime in Virginia, whether or not the...