Criminal Defense Cases

2016

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for felony interception of a wire communication to a misdemeanor unlawful entry in Warren County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a reckless driving (107/55) being amended to reckless driving (101/55) and imposed a fine $500.00 in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward successfully petition to expunge Abduction, Interfering With a 911 Call, and Call to Annoy charges in Arlington County Circuit Court.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully tried a Protective Order case in Fairfax County having the protective order petition dismissed by the Circuit Court.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for 4 misdemeanor charges being dismissed based on a motion to dismiss in Fairfax County.

Tiffany Dean-Groves secured the reduction of a Driving While Revoked as a Result of a DWI to a Reckless Driving, avoiding a mandatory 12-month loss of license.

Attorney Brian Drummond represented a woman charged with a traffic matter and possession of marijuana. The traffic matter was ordered nolle prosequi, The POM was amended to trespass, and continued 6 months to be dismissed.

Attorney Brian Drummond represented a man injured at a restaurant-with very suspect liability on the restaurant's behalf-yet was able to settle it for $21,000.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a DWI and Refusal case in Arlington County to a Reckless Driving with only a 6-month suspension of driver's license.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves negotiated with the Prosecutor to have a Petit Larceny charge dropped in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a reckless driving (84/55) to speeding (74/55) (traffic infraction) and $250 fine in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of an Assault and Battery on a Family Member charge in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a possession of marijuana to be nolle pros'd (dismissed) in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a speeding (72/50) being amended to speeding (59/50) and imposed a fine $150.00 in USDC EDVA (Alexandria.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves entered into an agreement with the prosecutor in Fairfax County that will result in a dismissal of a Possession of Marijuana charge.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves successfully had a Driving on Suspended Misdemeanor dropped in Fairfax County.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves successfully argued for the release of a client's car after it had been impounded.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a Reckless Driving ticket down to Failing to Obey a Highway Sign with a $25.00 fine.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves negotiated a Reckless Driving with a speed of 40+ MPH over the speed limit to a reduced charge of Speeding, avoiding a Misdemeanor conviction and possible jail time in Fairfax County.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves secured the restoration of a client's Firearm Rights after a felony conviction in the 1980s.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves successfully negotiated an agreement with the Prosecutor which will result in a Possession of Marijuana and Obstruction of Justice being dropped in Fairfax County.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves negotiated the reduction of a Driving on Suspended charge to a Driving without an Operator's License in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a reckless driving (64/25) being amended to failure to obey a highway sign and imposed a fine $30.00 in Fairfax County JDR.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a DUI being amended to reckless driving in USDC EDVA (Alexandria).

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves secured the reduction of a DWI, 2nd with an elevated BAC to a DWI, 1st and had the BAC struck, avoiding a mandatory jail sentence in Fairfax City.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully argued a sentencing on an Attempted Robbery with a Firearm in Fairfax County where the client received only the low end of the sentencing guidelines.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a plea on a Distribution of Cocaine case in Fairfax County, and argued sentencing whereby the client received no jail time, despite the low end of the guidelines calling for 7 months to 1 year 4 months of incarceration.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible, after a trial on the merits on a charge of driving under the influence, for a not guilty verdict in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of an Assault and Battery in Fairfax County General District Court.

Attorney Brian Drummond represented a young man attempting to enlist in the military who was charged with fake ID, possession of marijuana, and illegal possession of alcohol. A conviction for any of these would prevent him from being allowed to enlist. Was able to convince the prosecutor to drop two charges, and amend the third to disorderly conduct, which was acceptable to the military recruiter.

Attorney Brian Drummond defended a client who was about to be charged with malicious wounding. Brian was able to negotiate a civil Accord and Satisfaction with the victim, thereby avoiding the arrest and prosecution of his client.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves secured the reduction of a Reckless Driving, a misdemeanor charge, to Improper Driving, a traffic infraction, in Warren County.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves secured a reduction of a Drunk in Public charge to Stopping on a Highway.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured dismissal of Driving While Suspended Charge (DWI related) in Fairfax County General District Court.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a fail to keep proper control to failure to pay full time and attention (traffic infraction) and imposed a fine $25.00 in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for an underage possession of alcohol being dismissed with a suitable contribution to the Habitat United in Fairfax County JDR.

Attorney Brian Drummond represented a young man at sentencing whom the jury had given 12 months for disarming a police officer, and 3 months for wearing a mask in public. He successfully argued to the judge to suspend all the time and place the defendant on probation instead.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward negotiated the reduction of Felony Possession With Intent to Distribute Marijuana to Misdemeanor Possession With Intent to Distribute Marijuana charge in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a probation violation where the suspended sentence was revoked and re-suspended all but 90 days of the sentence in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a grand larceny amended to petty larceny in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a reckless driving (83/55) being amended to speeding (alleged 74/55) (3 point violation) and imposed a fine $150.00 in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for two felony grand larceny charges being nolle pros'd (dismissed) in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured a reduction to a single count of Embezzlement and a probation resolution for a client charged with Forgery, Passing False Checks, Obtaining Money by False Pretenses, Felony Embezzlement, and Conducting Unlawful Financial Transactions that resulted in a loss of over $14,000.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves negotiated with the Prosecutor to have the charge of Allowing an Unlicensed Person to Drive dropped in Loudoun County.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves negotiated the reduction of a Racing Reckless Driving charge to one of Improper Driving, avoiding a Misdemeanor conviction in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a DUI 2nd being amended to DUI 1st with BAC stricken outcome with $250 fine and 90 days' suspension of driving privilege in Fairfax City.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a DUI being amended to reckless driving in Prince William.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a reckless driving (90/70) to improper driving (traffic infraction) and $400 fine in Warren County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of an Assault and Battery in Fairfax County General District Court.

Attorney Tiffany Dean-Groves negotiated the reduction of a Felony Possession of a Scheduled I/II drug to a Misdemeanor Possession of a Schedule III/IV drug in Fairfax County, and for the misdemeanor charge to be dismissed after six months.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a reckless driving being amended to failure to pay full time and attention and imposed a fine $150.00 in Fairfax County.

Attorney Brian Drummond represented a young woman charged with underage possession of alcohol and possession of a fake ID. He had the woman do extensive community service prior to her hearing, presented his case to the Assistant Commonwealth Attorney, and both charges were ordered nolle prosequi.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for a DUI/Refusal being nolle pro'd (dismissed) in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of Felony Strangulation and Violation of Protective Order charges in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained the expungement of a shoplifting charge in Fairfax County Circuit Court after securing a dismissal of the charge in General District Court.

Attorney Dickson Young successfully negotiated a Fail to Yield Right-of-Way to defective equipment (non-point violation) with a fine in Fauquier County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for getting a reckless driving charge amended to a Fail to Obey Highway Sign (non-point violation) with a fine in Fairfax County.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for getting a charge of Reckless Driving (104 mph in a 70 mph zone) reduced to a $750 fine and 90-day suspension of driving privilege.

Attorney Dickson Young successfully negotiated the dismissal of a charge of Under the Influence (on Pentagon grounds).

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for the successful resolution of a DWI that had a blood alcohol content of .19, Mr. Young was able to get the blood alcohol stricken, which eliminated the imposition of a mandatory jail sentence.

Attorney Dickson Young successfully negotiated the dismissal of a Drunk in Public upon completion certain terms.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for the successful dismissal of two counts of grand larceny (amount alleged was in excess of $1,000), after getting client enrolled in a pretrial community service diversion program.

Attorney Hunter Whitestone won a dismissal of a charge of allowing an Unlicensed Person to Drive arguing that the Commonwealth failed to prove the vehicle owner knew why the driver was suspended.

Hunter Whitestone convinced the Commonwealth to drop charges of Domestic Assault and Battery against a husband, after his wife claimed she was assaulted by him, but later changed her story.

Hunter Whitestone won a dismissal of a charge of disorderly conduct from a Judge where his client cursed at a neighbor, but successfully argued that his client never made any threats.

Hunter Whitestone convinced the Commonwealth to reduce a charge of Driving on Suspended to a No Valid Operator's License and a suspended sentence. Mr. Whitestone showed that he would be able to prove that the client's driving occurred on a mall parking-lot which was private property.

Attorney Brian Drummond represented three officers of the same company on charges of reckless driving, and successfully had all three charges reduced to traffic infractions, in Arlington and Fairfax.

Attorney Brian Drummond successfully negotiated a pre-court nolle prosequi(dismissed) of a Trespassing/Illegal Dumping case for a couple with high-level security clearances, allowing for an expungement of their charges.

Attorney Brian Drummond successfully represented a wounded warrior, pro bono, in a Class 1 misdemeanor, and achieved a result that allowed the soldier to keep his rank and status.

Attorney Brian Drummond negotiated a pre-court agreement where the larceny charge was dropped in return for community service, allowing for an expungement of the matter.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward negotiated the reduction of a Felony Assault and Battery against a Family Member charge to Misdemeanor Assault and Battery in Loudoun County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of felony and misdemeanor charges for Destruction of Property and Wearing Masks in Public Places after high school youths spread fish-mixture as part of a revenge prank.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of a Felony Distribution of Marijuana charge in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of a Possession of Schedule I or II Drug after his client was found with liquid THC (cannabis solution for use in E-Cigarette) in the car during a DWI arrest in Alexandria County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward won a $19,616 award in a General District Court personal injury trial resulting from a rear-end collision that caused soft tissue (whiplash) injury.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of a felony Strangulation charge after his client was charged with Strangulation and Assault and Battery in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward negotiated the reduction of a Grand Larceny charge to Trespassing, and dismissal after 6 months, in Prince William County for a client with sensitive immigration status.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a plea on Conspiracy to Distribute More than 80lbs of Marijuana and Racketeering charges to a sentence of only 6 months; for which the client had almost fully completed, though the use of time-served.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully argued for a sentence at the low end of the sentencing guidelines; client's charges were reduced and he received only 15 months despite having prior record.

2015

The Redwine case is an indication in some sense of how important the right to trial by jury is. It is what stood between Mr. Redwine and jail and a conviction of a criminal offense. The collective common sense of a jury is a powerful weapon to protect a person from overreaching. In the end the case generated enough outcry to receive a write up in the post and corrective legislative action. Dickson Young tried the case to a jury; the original charge was a felony assault on a Police Officer, which was amended to a misdemeanor; a Jury verdict was obtained within 15 minutes and Mr. Redwine found not guilty. See: After Fairfax police ticket cars awaiting state inspection, Va. passes law banning it (The Washington Post, April 7, 2016)

Attorney Hunter Whitestone won an acquittal from a jury in a Bribery trial in the City of Alexandria where the defendant was arrested for DWI and made comments to the arresting officer: "take my money, just let me go."

Attorney Brian Drummond successfully negotiated a plea that reduced his client's drug distribution charge to simple possession, and she received first-offender status. The case is now scheduled for dismissal in 2016.

Attorney Justin Daniel won a dismissal of a .13 driving while intoxicated charge from a judge who ruled his client was illegally stopped.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward successfully petitioned to have client's arrest record sealed after securing the dismissal of a Felony Hit and Run charge in Fairfax County Circuit Court.

Attorney Hunter Whitestone secured a misdemeanor assault and battery for a client who was charged with felony Malicious Wounding on the morning of jury trial in Fairfax County.

Attorney Brian Drummond negotiated a plea in Warren County to a 94 mph reckless driving, getting it reduced to improper driving.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of Possession of Marijuana and Driving with an Open Container of Alcohol charges, and reduced Client's Speeding 15-19 MPH over Limit charge to Improper Driving (3 point offense).

Attorney Hunter Whitestone won a dismissal of DWI and Refusal charges in Fairfax County general district court where the judge found that there was insufficient evidence to support a conviction, and that the police should have offered the defendant a blood test.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward succeeded in reducing DWI charge to Reckless Driving, avoiding the installation of an ignition interlock required by statute.

Attorney Dickson Young is responsible for the dismissal of a father/son Domestic Assault in Fairfax and the disillusion of a Protective Order.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for the dismissal of Obstruction of Justice charge arising out of traffic stop in Prince William.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for having a Reckless Driving (95/50) amended to traffic infraction with a fine.

Attorney Dickson Young had an illegal gambling case dismissed in Fairfax with an expungement pending.

Attorney Dickson Young had a felony violation for a Protective Order dismissed in Prince William and a protective order resolved after a contested hearing on the facts.

Attorney Dickson Young tried a jury trial; the original charge of felony assault on a Police Officer, which was amended to a misdemeanor; a verdict was returned within 15-minutes and client found not guilty.

Attorney Dickson Young had DWI (influence of drugs) dismissed and thereafter filed for an expungement of same in Prince William.

Attorney Dickson Young had a misdemeanor Hit & Run dropped in Fairfax.

Attorney Dickson Young had a juvenile charged with Reckless Driving (90/55), the case was continued to be dismissed upon completion of traffic school.

Attorney Dickson Young had an Aggressive Driving case in Fairfax continued to be amended to Improper Lane change with a fine.

Attorney Dickson Young had a DWI dismissed and subsequent expungement entered in Arlington County.

Attorney Dickson Young had a DWI .09 amended to a Reckless Driving with terms in Prince William.

Attorney Dickson Young had a Possession with the Intent to Distribute Marijuana (convicted felon) amended to Simple Possession in Fairfax.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible for having a reckless driving (82/55) case amended to traffic infraction with a fine in Fairfax.

Attorney Dickson Young successfully had a charge of Possession of Marijuana nolle prosequi (dismissed) in Fairfax.

Attorney Dickson Young had a DWI (second offense) amended to a first offense with terms in Prince William.

Attorney Dickson Young had a DWI second offense with 20 days in jail to be served on weekends in the City of Alexandria.

Attorney Dickson Young had a felony Drug Possession case amended to misdemeanor Possession of Schedule III Drug in Prince William.

Attorney Dickson Young was responsible of having a Reckless Driving (86/60) amended to traffic infraction with a $50 fine in Prince William.

Attorney Dickson Young had a DWI .07 amended to a Reckless Driving with terms in Arlington.

Attorney Dickson Young had a charge of Leaving a Scene of an Accident (felony) nolle prosequi (dismissed) in Fairfax.

Attorney Dickson Young had a charge of Failure to Obey Traffic Signal nolle prosequi (dismissed) in Prince William.

Attorney Brian Drummond successfully represented a client charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute a Schedule I Substance, getting it reduced to a Schedule III Substance, resulting in probation.

Attorney Brian Drummond successfully represented a woman in Alexandria charged with drug distribution, resulting in a disposition pursuant to 18.2-251, resulting in dismissal of the charge after probation.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a plea to reduce various serious sexual offense felony charges; client avoided 2 mandatory life sentences and instead only received 9 months in jail.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated the dismissal of client's felony charge, in exchange for a plea with only 90 days in jail.

Attorney Justin Daniel won a DWI (.12) trial arguing client's car had been stopped illegally.

Attorney Justin Daniel won a DWI (.13) trial arguing client had been illegally arrested.

Attorney Justin Daniel successfully negotiated a plea to reduce the felony of Providing False Information to Purchase a Firearm to a misdemeanor of False Police Report; client received no active jail time.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of Petit Larceny charge in a manner that the charge can be expunged in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward negotiated the dismissal and expungement of Possession of Marijuana charge in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward successfully petitioned to restore client's privilege to drive after DMV suspension for three DWI convictions in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the amendment of a Petit Larceny charge to Trespassing for client with sensitive immigration status in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of a Drunk in Public charge for a college student in Fairfax City.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal a felony Strangulation charge and a suspended sentence on Assault and Battery charges in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained the dismissal of an Underage Purchase of Alcohol in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of a Distribution of Schedule I or II Drug charge resulting from a hand-to-hand transaction with an undercover detective in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the reduction of a Reckless Driving charge 89/65 to speeding in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the reduction of a Reckless Driving charge 87/55 to speeding in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward won the dismissal of DWI charge at trial after judge ruled officer did not have probable cause to arrest his client.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained the dismissal of a Drunk in Public in Fairfax County for a client who lost keys and was found sleeping in front of his home.

Attorney Jonathan Woodard secured the dismissal of a Drunk in Public Charge for a client arrested for being unruly at a restaurant in Fairfax City.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward negotiated the dismissal of a False Identification to Law Enforcement charge in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained the dismissal of Driving After Being Declared a Habitual Offender charge in Arlington County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured a dismissal of a Driving on Revoked Operators License 2nd in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained a reduction from Felony Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana to Misdemeanor Possession in Prince William County for a client possessing 6 ounces of marijuana.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward negotiated the dismissal of DWI and Refusal charges in Falls Church.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the reduction of a Possession of Marijuana charge to Drunk in Public and a fine in Fairfax County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the dismissal of a Following Too Close charge for client charged in rear-end collision in Arlington County.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward negotiated the reduction of a DWI charge to Reckless Driving in Fairfax County.

2014

Attorney Robert Whitestone negotiated a reduced charge of manslaughter where the client was originally charged with murder after he shot and killed a man outside a hotel party.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward succeeded in reducing a client's 90 MPH in 55 MPH zone Reckless Driving charge to Speeding with no loss of license.

Attorney Brian Drummond got probation for his client convicted of selling heroin, despite the fact that the sentencing guidelines called for incarceration.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward successfully defended a Petition for Protective Order brought against his client in Prince William County General District Court.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward secured the reduction of three counts of felony assault to one count of disorderly conduct in Arlington County.

Attorney Brian Drummond successfully negotiated a plea in a DWI/Refusal case, with his client pleading guilty to a traffic infraction.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained the dismissal of an ASAP Non-Compliance charge by proving client was using DC Metro Non-Compliance charge by proving client was using DC Metro system at the time of the Interlock Violation.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained a not-guilty verdict for a client charged with Obstruction of Justice in Fairfax Counter General District Court.

Attorney Hunter Whitestone obtained a dismissal pursuant to an accord and satisfaction in Circuit Court of Prince William County after appealing a case where the defendant was initially represented by different counsel and convicted of sexual battery in the general district court and sentenced to 60 days in jail.

2013

Attorney Hunter Whitestone obtained a not-guilty verdict in Arlington County for a client charged with Assault and Battery for allegedly assaulting a store clerk.

Attorneys Hunter and Robert Whitestone convinced a prosecutor to drop embezzlement charges against a defendant in Arlington County a day before a jury trial was scheduled to begin.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained a not-guilty verdict for a client charged with Domestic Assault and Battery in Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court.
Attorney Hunter Whitestone won a dismissal of both DWI and Refusal charges in Fairfax City when the judge ruled the police prematurely charged the defendant with refusal without offering a blood test first.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained a not-guilty verdict for a client charged with Domestic Assault and Battery in Loudoun County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court.

Attorney Robert Whitestone obtained a dismissal of rape charge against a client by convincing a Circuit Court Judge in Fairfax that the police failed to preserve a vitally important video showing the complainant shortly before she encountered our client.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward obtained a not-guilty verdict for client charged with Possession of Marijuana in Fairfax County General District Court.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward successfully defended a Petition for Protective Order brought against his client in Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court.

2012

Attorney Hunter Whitestone obtained an acquittal by a judge in Arlington County for a client charged with DWI who blew a .07.

Attorney Jonathan Woodward won a dismissal of a Possession of Marijuana charge in Fairfax County, arguing that the stop of the defendant's car was illegal when the police claimed the defendant made an improper turn.

Attorney Hunter Whitestone reached a settlement in a Petite Larceny case where the defendant paid a Fairfax City retailer a small settlement in exchange for the retailer requesting the charges to be dropped in an "accord and satisfaction."

2011

With his client facing as much as 20 years in the penitentiary for the felony of malicious wounding, attorney Justin Daniel successfully argued that one punch to the face is not a malicious wounding under Virginia law. After a two-day trial in Fairfax, the jury agreed and convicted the defendant of the misdemeanor of assault and battery.

Attorney Robert Whitestone convinced a Fairfax judge to dismiss a rape charge because the police acted in bad faith by recklessly failing to preserve exculpatory evidence and therefore not producing it pursuant to the previous court orders that Mr. Whitestone had requested.

Despite testimony of seven witnesses and a notary public, attorney successfully proved that the will of his client's mother was forged by his client's aunt. After a two-day trial, where presented an expert on handwriting, the jury found that the contested will was a fake.

Attorney Hunter Whitestone convinced a jury to find his client not guilty in a case where a wife accused her husband of kicking her and holding a foot over her stomach and threatening to hurt her because of a fight over car keys. The jury deliberated for less than 45 minutes before returning the verdict of not guilty.

Attorney Hunter Whitestone prevailed upon the Supreme Court of Virginia to unanimously overrule the Court of Appeals of Virginia and a trial court and rule that a breath test in a DWI was inadmissible where the client was arrested on private property after an accident which the officer did not witness.http://www.courts.state.va.us/opinions/opnscvwp/1100507.pdf

Attorney Dickson Young got a client's DWI case dismissed where the client had blown a .14 on the breath test machine, but at trial Mr. Young objected to the admissibility of the breath test results and the Fairfax judge agreed the test results were not admissible and acquitted the client.