Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Need to file a Restraining Order against Someone

In Virginia, the protective orders are also known as the restraining order. This is the legal order issued for the protection of an alleged party. These restraining orders are usually issued during divorce cases, child custody cases and contempt cases. The family (mother or child/father or child) or victim( ex-wife, ex-husband, ex-boyfriend, ex-girlfriend, stepfather, stepmother) […]

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Understanding Reckless Driving to Avoid Accidents

Understanding reckless driving can really help you avoid accidents as well as driving your car exceedingly fast. Most of the time, reckless driving is associated with aggression. An aggressive driver does have his or her association with road accidents. One of the major problems for most drivers is that they don’t pay attention to understanding […]

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How can Maryland Sexual Abuse Lawyer defend your case

It is essential for a person to understand that Sexual abuse is a serious crime in Maryland. In Maryland sexual abuse is covered under 3rd subtitle of “Title 3”. The Maryland Criminal law code convicts majority of assaulters for attempting a felony, which results in harsh punishments such as life imprisonment. Even if you are […]

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Guide to Federal sex offender laws

Who are Sex Offenders? A sex offender is a person who has committed any major or minor sex crime. Sex crimes have multiple categories. Research is conducted by law enforcement bodies to categorize different types of sexual assaults on the basis of their harmful impact on the victims. What is a Sexual Assault? Sexual assault […]

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Your Guide to Reckless Driving Arlington Virginia

What is Reckless Driving? Reckless driving is a serious offense in the U.S., and is most commonly defined as driving an automotive vehicle showing no regard to all or some of the traffic rules; and misjudging the driving procedures, and ending up causing accidents or damages to life, limb or property of another person. Your […]

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Understanding reckless driving

Time and again, reckless driving has been classified as a serious crime around the world. In Virginia reckless driving is considered as a criminal offense. Considered as a class 1 misdemeanor in Virgina, reckless driving can end you up with a permanent criminal record; if not dealt with correctly on time. Wondering what qualifies as […]

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Driving is a common factor in our lives. Although speeding and reckless driving may appear similar in some instances, they are different in many ways. The major difference between the two is that being charged with reckless driving is much more serious offense than getting speeding tickets. In Virginia, driving 1 miles/hour or more over […]

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How Child Custody Can Affect the Will-Being of Your Child

Child Custody process is one which considers numerous factors to protect the child. This includes their safety, well-being, and education. In the United States, including the state of Virginia, sole custody is often awarded to only one parent when the other parent is found to be violent or simply ‘unfit’. This violent behavior of the […]

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Parents who have been denied child custody by the court are usually granted generous visitation rights. In fact in most cases, the courts encourage and strongly support both parents’ involvement in child’s upbringing, even if they figure out that living in one consistent place would be in the best interest of the child. Consequently, if […]

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