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Virginia's "Move Over" Law

Posted by Paul McGlone | Jun 27, 2010 | 0 Comments

This is a serious situation developing in Virginia and many other states.   Police officers are in the most danger when they are working the shoulders of our highways, and we can expect that the Police and Courts will be zealous in enforcing this relatively new law.The law, as written in Virginia...

Implied Consent Amendments

Posted by Paul McGlone | Mar 08, 2010 | 0 Comments

Virginia legislature is pushing for another Anti-DUI amendment.   This time, they are pushing closer to disregarding the 4th amendment. For years, DUI attorneys have had the ability to exclude blood tests in certain cases if the client was not actually arrested before being taken to a hospital f...

The Impossibility Defense in Speeding Cases

Posted by Paul McGlone | Feb 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

The Impossibility Defense in Speeding Cases I talk to clients every day about Reckless Speeding cases in Virginia.   One of the most common complaints they have is that the cop must have it wrong because they couldn't go that fast in their car, or they couldn't go that fast on that road. In Fair...

Medical Marijuana Ruling

Posted by Paul McGlone | Feb 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

Fairfax County Marijuana Defense Attorney Paul McGlone read this article, and is impressed with how this Court handled the difficult situation of a local dispensary selling Medical Marijuana which might be in violation of Federal law.    The local Court in Colorado ruled that the city of Centenn...

Tracking DWI/DUI Convictions

Posted by Paul McGlone | Feb 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

This article from a Missouri newspaper is a good example of the misinformation promulgated by the media and law enforcement, regarding DUI enforcement.   DWI enforcement has blossomed into a $Billion Dollar government program, but this article would suggest that they don't have enough funding to ...

JMU Students Charged with Felony for Snowball Tossing

Posted by Paul McGlone | Feb 10, 2010 | 0 Comments

This is right along the lines of the DC cop who drew his service revolver during a snowball fight last month.   The snowball fight in DC was organized by Twitter messages, and most of the participants were voluntarily involved in a fun activity in the snow.   In this case, the kids were tossing a...

Fortunately, Tiger Followed My Advice

Posted by Paul McGlone | Nov 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Early Yesterday, my blog encouraged Mr. Tiger Woods to avoid speaking to the police about his personal affairs (pun intended):   Call me, Tiger  (link to McGloneBlog)  Fortunately for all of us, it now appears that he decided to Follow My Advice.   Seriously, though, I think Mr. Woods has set ...

The DWI and Refusal Dilemma in Fairfax County, Virginia

Posted by Paul McGlone | Nov 27, 2009 | 0 Comments

I have developed the following information to describe the situation presented by a combination charge of DUI/DWI and "Refusal to take Breath or Blood Test" in Fairfax County, Viriginia:  The DWI and Refusal Dilemma in Fairfax County, Virginia Every redneck bartender in the Commonwealth will tel...

Winning Alcosensor Issues in Virginia DUI Trials

Posted by Paul McGlone | Sep 07, 2009 | 0 Comments

Note:  This article by Fairfax DWI Lawyer Paul McGlone was originally posted elsewhere in April, 2008. This article is about an issue that I have wanted to take to the Virginia Court of Appeals for review.   I thought I had a perfect case, but now a Circuit Court Judge has dismissed my case so t...

Virginia Reckless Speeding Laws Praised in Baltimore Sun

Posted by Paul McGlone | Mar 31, 2009 | 0 Comments

Fairfax Reckless Attorney Paul McGlone recommends this article explaining how Virginia punishes high speed cases much more than Maryland.   The article references an article by Bob Battle, a top attorney in Richmond, Virginia.Link to Sun ArticleThe Fairfax Criminal Defense firm McGlone Law Firm, ...

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