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Facemasks mandatory in NoVa courts says Fairfax criminal defense lawyer

Facemasks must be worn before entering all Northern Virginia courthouses, until further notice during Covid-19. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I provide you the following links for the mask policies -- most similar to each other -- in the Fairfax County, Arlington, Loudoun, Prince William...

Resetting Virginia court during Covid- Info from Fairfax criminal lawyer

Resetting court dates has been happening since March 2020, due to Virginia Supreme Court's Covid-19-related judicial emergency orders. As a Fairfax criminal lawyer, I know that the most recent and fourth state Supreme Court judicial emergency order (issued May 6) continues jury trials but lets...

Toking pot as a civil offense- Fairfax criminal defense lawyer weighs in

Toking pot is popular with millions of people. As a Fairfax criminal defense lawyer, I know that Virginia's governor has approved legislation decriminalizing marijuana, with a few minor recommended amendments.  Virginia SB 2.  July 1, 2020 is the default date for new Virginia legislation to...

Online self-improvement options from Fairfax criminal defense lawyer

Online options for self-improvement / self-rehabilitation are numerous while people practice physical distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic. As a Fairfax criminal defense lawyer, I previously listed numerous self improvement options on my website, and here modify that list to only include, and to add, online...

Rejecting police talks & searches is vital says Fairfax criminal lawyer

Rejecting police inquiries by remaining silent under the Fifth Amendment, vocally objecting to police searches, and refusing field sobriety testing in DUI cases, can make the difference between arrest or not, conviction or not, and a more favorable or less favorable sentence. As a Fairfax criminal...