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Reckless Driving (111/55) Dismissed in Virginia Beach, VA

Client was charged with the criminal offense of Reckless Driving (111/55) in Virginia Beach, VA. A conviction of Reckless Driving in Virginia can have consequences such as a permanent conviction of a class 1 misdemeanor, active and suspended jail time for a maximum of 12 months, a suspension of your driver’s license for a maximum of 6 months, a maximum fine of $2500, demerit points on your driving record, and increased auto-insurance rates. If anyone is convicted at this speed, judges will strongly consider imposing an active jail sentence. Mr. Huff successfully argued a pre-trial motion and was able to have our client's charge dismissed.

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DUI Dropped in Isle of Wight, VA

Client was charged with the criminal offense of Driving Under the Influence (“DUI”) in Isle of Wight, VA. A conviction of DUI in Virginia can have consequences such as a permanent conviction of a class 1 misdemeanor, active and suspended jail time for a maximum of 12 months, a mandatory suspension of your driver’s license for a minimum of 12 months, installation of an ignition interlock system in your vehicle for a minimum of 6 months, mandatory alcohol and substance abuse education ("VASAP") and/or treatment, maximum fine of $2500, demerit points on your driving record, increased auto-insurance rates, and difficulties with employment. After a successful negotiation with the prosecutor, Mr. Huff was able to get our client's charge dropped.

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Reckless Driving (91/55) Dismissed in Virginia Beach, VA

Client was charged with the criminal offense of Reckless Driving (91/55) in Virginia Beach, VA. A conviction of Reckless Driving in Virginia can have consequences such as a permanent conviction of a class 1 misdemeanor, active and suspended jail time for a maximum of 12 months, a suspension of your driver’s license for a maximum of 6 months, a maximum fine of $2500, demerit points on your driving record, and increased auto-insurance rates. If anyone is convicted at this speed, judges will strongly consider imposing an active jail sentence. Mr. Huff successfully argued a pre-trial motion and was able to have our client's charge dismissed.

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DUI Reduced in Norfolk, VA

Client was charged with the criminal offense of Driving Under the Influence (“DUI”) in Norfolk, VA. A conviction of DUI in Virginia can have consequences such as a permanent conviction of a class 1 misdemeanor, active and suspended jail time for a maximum of 12 months, a mandatory suspension of your driver’s license for a minimum of 12 months, installation of an ignition interlock system in your vehicle for a minimum of 6 months, mandatory alcohol and substance abuse education ("VASAP") and/or treatment, maximum fine of $2500, demerit points on your driving record, increased auto-insurance rates, and difficulties with employment. After a successful negotiation with the prosecutor, Mr. Huff was able to get our client's charge reduced (i.e., amended) to a non-DUI offense. This type of outcome is known as a "wet reckless driving."

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Employment Authorization Document Application Approved by USCIS

Foreign National client sought the ability to legally work in the United States. An employment authorization document (“EAD”) gives a foreign national person permission to work in the United States. A Greencard Application typically takes between 6-18 months to get approved or denied by USCIS. Therefore, an Employment Authorization Document Application is usually filed concurrently with a Greencard Application because it allows a foreign national person to legally work in the United States while his or her Greencard Application is pending. Mrs. Huff prepared the appropriate Forms and presented sufficient evidence to USCIS and was able to get our client’s Employment Authorization Document Application approved.

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