Important Information for People Accused of a Crime in Northern Virginia
Although there is a lot of information about criminal law and defense cases available, not all of it is clear or easy to sort through. In our legal library, our experienced criminal defense attorneys have put together a wealth of important information in plain language that is specifically focused on the questions and concerns that come up after an arrest or accusation. For more information, or to talk about your case in person, please contact Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC at 877-652-1553.
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When You Resist Arrest or Assault a Law Enforcement Officer You could face jail time and a fine for resisting arrest or assaulting a police officer in Virginia. Learn about these charges and how to defend yourself.
The Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause Reasonable suspicion and probable cause don’t mean the same thing. Learn why knowing the difference is important to your Virginia criminal defense case.
What You Need to Know About Virginia Fraud Charges When you’re charged with fraud, you face serious penalties. Our criminal defense attorneys explain types of fraud charges and possible defenses in this article.
How to Get Criminal Charges Expunged in Virginia Virginia law limits who can apply to expunge criminal charges; however, petitioning is worth the trouble to keep those charges from the public.