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Leary Law Sep 21
If you are involved in a motor vehicle collision in Virginia and another driver was at fault, it can be incredibly frustrating to work through the claims process in order to seek the financial compensation you deserve.
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Leary Law Sep 17
DWI/DUI cases often involve complex issues with scientific and technical evidence. In addition, your lawyer must understand the constitutional implications of the actions of the investigating officers.
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Leary Law Sep 15
Property owners usually have a duty to inspect their premises and prevent slip-and-fall injuries.
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Leary Law Aug 26
A vigorous and zealous defense of a juvenile drug offense prosecution involves hiring experienced counsel who can help you understand all aspects of your case and all options available to you in the resolution of your charges.
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Leary Law Aug 10
If you face a criminal charge, you must select an attorney who fights vigorously for your rights and who works with you to help you understand the immediate and future consequences of your circumstances, as well as decisions you must make with your case.
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Leary Law Aug 5
Most people involved in serious motor vehicle accidents have never faced the reality of a sudden injury and the resulting financial damages. Give our office a call today to schedule your free consultation. 703-359-7111
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Leary Law Aug 4
For individuals under 18 years old and their parents, having a criminal case go through Virginia’s juvenile court system may seem like a blessing.
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Leary Law Jul 28
A vigorous and zealous defense of a juvenile drug offense prosecution involves hiring experienced counsel who can help you understand all aspects of your case and all options available to you in the resolution of your charges.
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Leary Law Jul 27
You are probably familiar with the basics of drunk driving laws in Virginia however, there are additional details regarding state laws that many people do not know. Here's what you need to know:
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Leary Law Jul 23
Leary Law represents clients charged with reckless driving, speeding and other moving violations relative to DWI charges, or as individual charges. Call our office if you need to aggressively fight any type of moving traffic violations.
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Leary Law Jul 21
Unlike the other white collar crimes mentioned above, embezzlement in Virginia presumes that funds or something of value were properly, lawfully within the possession and control of the perpetrator at some point in time.
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Leary Law Jul 16
A DUI/DWI charge is a criminal offense, and a conviction can carry serious penalties, which will affect not only your criminal record but also negatively impact your academic and employment status.
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Leary Law Jul 14
Drug crimes carry a wide range of serious penalties, including jail time, fines, loss of driving privileges and required counseling, education and/or therapy.
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Leary Law Jul 7
It probably comes as no shock to know that officials in the criminal justice community continue to crack down on drug crimes, and the Virginia Department of State Police annual publication Crime in Virginia is proof.
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Leary Law Jul 2
Over the last decade, the Commonwealth of Virginia has significantly enhanced drunk driving and reckless driving penalties. Mandatory minimum jail sentences are attached to cases with high blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels.
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Leary Law Jun 29
Prosecutors typically pursue grand larceny as a felony offense, which means you could face no less than one year and up to 20 years’ incarceration. A judge may also fine you up to $2,500, or order any combination of jail time and fines.
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Leary Law Jun 25
Civil litigation can be a protracted and costly process. At times, alternatives such as mediation or arbitration can be employed by an experienced lawyer to achieve the outcome you desire without engaging in litigation.
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Leary Law Jun 23
A criminal record as an adolescent or teen can have a negative impact on an academic record, which can snowball into losing opportunities for college & employment. Getting your child rehabilitative help should be your primary objective.
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Leary Law Jun 18
A DUI/DWI charge is a criminal offense, and a conviction can carry serious penalties, which will affect not only your criminal record but also negatively impact your academic and employment status.
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Leary Law Jun 8
If your child was arrested for an alleged sex crime, you’ll immediately be hit with a wide range of concerns. One of the first is whether the case will proceed through Virginia’s juvenile court system, or if your child will be prosecuted as an adult.
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