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What Happens If You Have Been Drinking and Get Stopped by a Cop Part II

Our previous blog posting covered what typically happens in the District of Columbia when you get pulled over by police and have been drinking.  This post is the second part of the two-part series that discusses what usually happens when you get to the police station after the police arrest you for DUI.  Remember, no […]

What Happens When You Have Been Drinking and Get Stopped by a Cop

Police in the District of Columbia take a tough approach to DUI enforcement. While each individual case is different, there are certain patterns police officers follow when making a DUI stop in DC. A typical DUI stop involves pulling someone over for a traffic violation. It could be something serious like speeding or driving recklessly […]

Halloween Night in Washington, DC Ends with Multiple Reports of Robbery

Georgetown is not one of the areas in which we typically hear about crimes such as robbery and assault; however, according to a recent news article from WJLA Washington, DC, a student was walking home Halloween night when a group as large as 20 teenagers and young adults allegedly approached him.   He was allegedly beaten […]

This is Not a Golden Ticket, Charlie: The D.C. “Hit and Run Letter” and What to Do About It

If I had a time machine, I would use it for two things. First, I’d travel back to 1919 and stop the Red Sox from trading Babe Ruth to the Yankees. That’s a no-brainer. But after that, I’d go visit all of my D.C. Leaving after Colliding clients who spoke to the police before they […]

A Swing and a Miss: Jason Werth Strikes Out on a Virginia Reckless Driving Charge

While no longer known for his speed on the basepaths, the Washington Nationals’ Jason Werth can at least drive fast around the Capital Beltway. Very fast, according to the Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office. Werth was convicted of reckless driving in the Fairfax County General District Court recently, and sentenced to 10 days in jail. […]