Invoking Your Right to Remain Silent – FAQ Friday
Published January 05, 2018 by
Everyone’s heard the TV-popularized phrase: “You have the right to remain silent”. It’s the Miranda rights statement, intended to prevent self-incrimination that says you are not required to speak with law enforcement if arrested. ...
Virginia’s “Shall Arrest” Statute Part 2 – FAQ Friday
that when the police are called to a residence and there is probable cause that an act of domestic violence has occurred, they “shall arrest” the primary physical aggressor. Domestic violence attorney Rebecca Wade goes ...
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...
Gun Laws in Virginia – FAQ Friday
Published May 25, 2018 by
Firearm legislation differs between states, making it difficult for people to understand what’s legal and what’s not. It is important to be aware of the state laws where you reside, work and visit. Criminal defense attorney Rebecca Wade explains gun laws in the Commonwealth of Virgin...
Brandishing a Firearm in Virginia – FAQ Friday
Published June 1, 2018 by
Virginia law allows for individuals eighteen years or older who have never been convicted of a felony. However, as criminal defense attorn...