Extradition Can Be a Complicated Criminal Justice Matter
Published August 15, 2017 by
You’ve seen it before on reality TV: a person commits a crime, then flees the area in an attempt to avoid facing the charges. When the individual is caught in another state or even another country, they are brought back to the original jurisdiction to ...
FAQ Friday – Possession of Marijuana and License Suspension Part 3
Published September 29, 2017 by
In this week’s FAQ Friday, Rebecca Wade, partner at Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner, discusses the laws surrounding what happens if your license is suspended for a if you are licensed out of state.
FAQ Friday – Immigrants Charged With Minor Criminal Offenses
Published October 13, 2017 by
In this week’s FAQ Friday, Rebecca Wade, partner at Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner, discusses how can have enormous consequences for non-citizens.
Wade explains that there are various criminal...
The Legal Consequences of Sexting – FAQ Friday
Published March 30, 2018 by
In this digital day and age, almost every teenager has a smartphone — and whether they’re texting, tweeting, or snapchatting there’s a permanent record of all their digital communications. Criminal defense...
Backseat Tragedies: Hot Car Deaths – FAQ Friday
Published May 14, 2018 by
On average, 37 children die each year from heat stroke after being left in a parked car. Criminal defense attorney Rebecca Wade...
“Porch Pirates”: What Are the Laws in Virginia?
Published January 18, 2019 by
The explosion of online shopping in recent years has led to a new criminal trend: porch pirating. A package gets delivered on a resident’s doorstep, but before it’s intended recipient picks it up, the package get’s snatched by a thief. Criminal defense attorney Rebecca Wade ex...
Your Gun Rights Under Virginia Law
Published March 11, 2019, by
Your right to carry firearms in Virginia could be impacted by certain kinds of criminal charges or felony convictions. Criminal defense a...