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Former radio show star faces drug possession charges

Entertainment news sources report that well-known actor and comedian Artie Lange was taken into police custody on March 12, and fans in Virginia may want to know more about the events of that day. According to a spokesperson for the Hoboken Police Department, the incident occurred when officers responded to a call that someone was trying to break enter a vehicle parked in a garage.

Former mayor pleads to meth charge

On March 1, 2017, the ex-mayor of Fairfax, Virginia, entered a guilty plea in response to a felony drug distribution charge of distributing crystal meth. The 51-year-old man was arrested in August 2016 after he sold methamphetamine to undercover police officers in return for group sex.

Exonerations data suggests racial bias

African-American criminal defendants in Virginia and around the country are more likely to be wrongfully convicted according to a study released by the National Registry of Exonerations on March 7. The group, which works out of the University of Michigan Law School, came to this conclusion after studying the cases of 1,900 exonerated inmates who were wrongfully convicted between 1989 and 2016. While African-Americans make up only about 13 percent of the adult population of the United States, they accounted for 47 percent of the exonerations studied by the NRE.

Drug courts benefit more than just addicts

If you have ever been convicted of a drug-related crime, you may have faced fines, jail time or drug court, depending on where you live and the specifics of your case. Although drug courts are not currently available in all areas of the United States, they are in operation in Virginia, and they offer numerous benefits for both the addict and the public-at-large. In addition to proving more effective at keeping addicts off drugs than just treatment or just probation, drug courts:

Changes to Virginia law regarding license suspension and drug offenses proposed

The consequences of a criminal conviction can impact all kinds of aspects of a person’s life. For example, some such convictions here in Virginia carry license suspensions as one of the penalties. Such suspensions can greatly impede a person’s ability to get around for a time. This, in turn, could pose major difficulties for them when it comes to things like their job, their schooling or their everyday activities.

Man facing drug charges relating to marijuana in Virginia

There are many instances in which it may be prudent to seek professional help with a situation. Being accused of a crime is often considered one such predicament after which gaining professional advice could potentially allow an individual to move forward in a more effective manner. If individuals who are facing drug charges or other allegations wish to gain such assistance, there are options available.

Virginia man indicted on drug charges

Facing a difficult situation can sometimes blindside a person, and he or she may soon be making potentially life-changing decisions. This type of predicament may come about for individuals who are facing drug charges. As their cases proceed, important decisions must be made, and concerned parties may hope that they are making the best ones for their circumstances. For many, gaining more information may help them move forward more confidently.

Man, woman facing drug charges in Virginia

The ways in which a legal predicament could be handled may depend on what types of allegations have been made. As a result, individuals who are facing drug charges may wish to follow different legal avenues than parties who have been charged with other criminal activity. Luckily, there are options that individuals may explore in attempts to move forward in an effective manner.

What Penalties Do Juveniles Face For Drug Crimes In Virginia?

For many parents in Virginia and throughout the country, seeing young people on the news or in the paper being arrested for drug crimes and other charges can hit close to home. Young people who go to school, maintain good grades, and avoid trouble can still make mistakes or be around the wrong crowd at the wrong time.

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