obstruction of justice

What is Obstruction of Justice in Virginia?

Though there are few ways to obstruct justice in Virginia, typically the crime of obstruction occurs when “any person who, by threats or force, knowingly attempts to intimidate or impede a judge, magistrate, justice, juror, attorney for the Commonwealth, witness, any law-enforcement officer, or an animal control officer lawfully engaged in his duties as such, or to obstruct or impede …

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Second and Third Offense DUI

Welcome to Virginia – one of the toughest states in the nation on DUI’s.  The cost and hassle and shame and time involved after a DUI charge can be simply life-altering and debilitating in itself.  It seems like everyone is looking at you differently, doesn’t it? In Virginia, if you receive two DUIs within a five year period the punishment …

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Wayne Holcomb, Premier DUI Attorney, Advanced Level Training on Source Code Litigation on Breath Testing Machines

Wayne Holcomb of Yorktown/Newport News, Virginia recently received advanced level training, from the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys, on Source Code Litigation on Breath Testing Machines.  Wayne received training about Source Code Litigation across the Country and how some attorneys are having success in getting the Courts to compel the production of breath testing machines, software, and Source Code.  This training …

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The Waiting Game: Check your Virginia Case Status Online

Surprisingly to many, Virginia has made it relatively easy to check the status of your criminal and civil case online (unless the case is in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court). The website provides information such as the hearing date and time, when a party has been served, what motions have been filed, and final dispositions, etc. To check on …