17 Horned Frogs Arrested For Selling Drugs

By | 2012-02-16T17:45:48+00:00 February 16th, 2012|Criminal Defense|

video platform video management video solutions video player 17 Texas Christian University students, including four members of the school's football team, The Horned Frogs, have been arrested for selling drugs. The officers conducted a six-month investigation into illegal drug dealing on the school's campus and are continuing their probe with the possibility of more arrests. [...]

Three Men Convicted On Cocaine Offenses

By | 2012-02-14T18:51:51+00:00 February 14th, 2012|Criminal Defense|

A U.S. District Court Jury in Alexandria, VA convicted Erasmo Alevarado-Ibarra, also known as Chiquilin, of consipiring to distribute 5 kilograms or more of cocaine. The 28 year-old from Woodbridge, VA is said to have been involved in a cocaine trafficking ring that smuggles drugs from Mexico to the Northern Virginia area. Along with Alevarado-Ibarra, [...]

Prince William County Fatal Stabbing Suspect Arrested, Charged With First Degree Murder

By | 2012-02-13T19:00:04+00:00 February 13th, 2012|Criminal Defense|

21 year-old Elvin Yobex Guzman Lopez has been charged with first degree murder for the fatal stabbing of 22 year-old Edwin Noe Enamorado Maute. Authorities in Manassas responded to a stabbing that occurred in the 7600 block of Somerset Lane on Sunday around 9PM. Officers found Maute in front of his home with multiple stab [...]

Virginia State Legislature Mulls New Public Safety Legislation, Increased Criminal Penalties

By | 2012-02-10T15:51:36+00:00 February 10th, 2012|Criminal Defense|

The Virginia House of Delegates is considering several new measures that would impose more severe sentences those convicted of crimes including DUI, assault and battery, drug trafficking and child rape. Amongst the bills under consideration by the house are: HB 49 - Penalty for DUI manslaughter.   Introduced by: David B. Albo Provides that the punishment for [...]

Keep Points Off Your License and Convictions Off Your Record in Virginia

By | 2012-02-09T18:56:25+00:00 February 9th, 2012|Criminal Defense|

Over at Nasdaq.com Mark Chalon Smith runs down how to negotiate the Virginia driver's license "points" system to your best benefit.  One good tip: taking advantage of a "driver improvement course." Shave Demerits off Your License Many states, including Virginia offer driver improvement clinics that can help shave "as many as five demerits" off your [...]

Kids Late to School? That’ll Get You a Criminal Record in Loudoun County, Virginia

By | 2012-02-09T18:55:48+00:00 February 9th, 2012|Criminal Defense|

Next month a trial is scheduled for two Virginia parents, Mark and Amy Denicore, who are facing misdemeanor charges because of their children's repeated tardiness to a local elementary school. On February 6th, The Denicores were arraigned on Class 3 misdemeanor chargers at the Loudoun Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, with their case set for March [...]

Former NFL Linebacker Assaulted: Charges Pending

By | 2012-02-09T18:13:39+00:00 February 9th, 2012|Criminal Defense|

Pilotonline.com reported an update about a gang-related assault that occurred earlier this October involving a former NFL San Francisco’s 49er’s linebacker. The incident occurred October 23rd when Ed Beard (71) was riding his bicycle thru his neighborhood where he grew up. He stopped at Portluck Elementary School’s baseball field when he saw teenagers assaulting another [...]