Many people enjoy an alcoholic beverage on occasion. Typically, the understanding is that one should not be driving after drinking alcohol or one may face a DUI arrest. A recent bill passed in the Virginia Senate would alter that understanding and allow a person to drive drunk on their own private property.
An evening accident involving an SUV and another vehicle has resulted in criminal charges for one man. One of many such incidents occurring on Virginia roadways, the man will join the ranks of people who have defended themselves against claims of criminal activity. Facing drunk driving charges after the crash, it is likely this individual is pondering how to create a strong defense.
One member of law enforcement has reportedly lost his job as a result of a traffic event. The Virginia deputy sheriff is facing drunk driving charges after a woman alleged he punched her in a road rage incident. The DUI arrest resulted in criminal charges, and he was also let go from his employment.