Resources on DUI, Traffic, and Criminal Defense in Northern Virginia

If you or someone you know is facing criminal charges for reckless driving, theft, or other crimes in Northern Virginia, information is your best friend—next to a crackerjack criminal defense lawyer. The DUI/criminal defense attorneys at the Taylor Law Company have compiled a resource list to help you with questions you may have specific to your case.

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  • Fairfax County General District Court

    This link contains valuable information about the Fairfax County General District Court such as contacts, parking, etc. If you are charged with a DUI/DWI or Traffic Offense, check out this site.

  • Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)

    This website provides facts on how alcohol affects the body, “Tips for Hosting a Responsible Party,” and a link to an online brochure that details Virginia’s penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

  • Prince William County General District Court

    If you are charged with a traffic or DUI/DWI charge in Prince William County (Manasass, Woodbridge, Lake Ridge, Dumfries, Quantico, Manasass Park, Triangle, Dale City, etc) then this site provides contact information and other items of interest for you.

  • ASAP

    ASAP is the Alcohol and Safety Awareness Program that is mandatory when you are convicted of a driving while intoxicated or driving while under the influence charge in Virginia.  You must enroll in the county where you are charged but you can transfer to a program where you live.  This link provides contact information for each program throughout Virginia.

  • City of Alexandria General District Court

    Looking for information about the City of Alexandria General District Court?  This site may contain those answers.

  • Stafford County General District Court

  • Loudoun County General District Court

  • Arlington County General District Court

    Contact information for Arlington County General District Court

  • Virginia Driver Improvement Clinics

    Find an online or in person driver improvement course.

  • National College for DUI Defense

    The NCDD website contains state-specific DUI laws, as well as interstate consequences of DUI. It also describes how to calculate blood alcohol content (BAC) and discusses what you should know if you have been arrested for DUI.

  • Driving Laws

    Run by the NOLO organization, this website discusses what blood alcohol content (BAC) constitutes DUI in Virginia; the implied consent law regarding chemical testing; and jail time for first, second, and third offenses. It also describes the changes in Virginia’s DUI laws over the last few years. Another section on the site deals with reckless driving laws and penalties.

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