If you’re charged with a DUI in Virginia, it is important to get the help you need as soon as possible from a criminal defense attorney.
Every driver in Virginia must know the DWI laws to avoid receiving a charge for driving while impaired. Learn more about DWI laws in Virginia.
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The Virginia DUI laws in 2021 have been amended for both first time DUI offenders and repeat DUI offenders. View the modifications here.
A revoked driver’s license typically carries a period of 1 to 5 years before a new license can be pursued in Virginia.
Some suspensions in Virginia last for a few weeks to a year, and others are indefinite depending upon the reason for the suspension.
In 2021, Virginia DUI penalties vary based on the number of prior DUI convictions as well as the driver’s blood alcohol concentration level.
If you have been charged with reckless driving in Virginia, you have options to avoid a misdemeanor conviction on your record.