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Will Reckless Driving Get You Deported?

In the Commonwealth of Virginia, driving at speeds exceeding 80 miles per hour (or exceeding any speed limit by 20 miles per hour or more) may get you a citation for the Class One Misdemeanor: "Reckless Driving." This is not an offense to take lightly as it may result in one year in jail, fines of up to $2,500, suspension of your driver’s license, and points on your driving record.

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Will the Public Charge Rule Kill Your American Dream?

If you are applying for an immigrant visa after February 24, 2020, you are now required to prove that you will not become a "public charge." Specifically, USCIS and the Department of State are now looking to see if you are likely to become dependent on public benefits such as food stamps, public housing, or other welfare-type programs.

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What to Look for in a Criminal Defense Attorney

Nobody wants to hire a criminal defense attorney, but if you need one, you want the best. Here are some tips for hiring the right defense attorney for you.

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Top 5 Things to Know About Drunk Driving in Virginia

You're not going to stop the police from arresting you. In a DUI stop, the police have the power. They are trained to recognize factors to determine whether there is probable cause for an arrest.

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