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How to talk to parents about aging and driving

As people get older, the less capable they become of safely driving on busy roadways. Decreased vision and reduced cognitive functions increase the likelihood of a senior citizen becoming involved in an accident. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 260,000 older adults had to visit the emergency room in 2015 as a result of an injury sustained while driving. 

Why you should be mindful of how you drive near trucks

Every day you drive on the streets in Fairfax, you encounter various hazards. One of those dangers involves large commercial vehicles. Because of their size, trucks are much more likely to cause serious injury to victims in crashes. You may think that truck accidents are not very common, but actually, the chances of you being involved in one are increasing as the number of commercial vehicles on the roads rises to meet consumer demands. 

Essential first step if you have been charged with a crime

If law enforcement authorities have charged you with a crime, you are inevitably now part of the complex legal system of your state. Especially if this is your first arrest, there will likely be many procedures that you have never faced before, as well as responsibilities and requirements that you may not be aware of. 

The misunderstanding of Miranda

Most people in Virginia have heard the advice involving the Miranda warning. One is not to speak to law enforcement officers when under suspicion or officers are asking questions. Many people may forget this sage advice when under the stress of questioning.

Is it mandatory to take a field sobriety test in Virginia?

Drinking and driving is a serious problem. Luckily, the total number of alcohol-related crashes has been on the decline in Virginia. However, there were over 20,000 convictions of driving under the influence in 2015 in the state, according to data from the state’s DMV.

3 reasons to never talk to police without a lawyer

If the police are at your door or pulling you over, it is likely because they suspect you of a crime. If they already detained you, they have enough of a reason to arrest you and want to get you to admit to the crime. Even if you are completely innocent, talking to the police can lead to worse consequences. If you say something wrong or tell a white lie, you could face hefty criminal charges.

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