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Children's use of phones during and after divorce

Phones are an important part of child custody arrangements that you might not immediately consider. For the most part, child custody orders will not prohibit the use of phones in communication between parents and children. In fact, it's more likely that custody orders will protect the rights of both parents to communicate with children on the phone at any time.

Woman sentenced after indecent liberties plea

Being accused of sex crimes is serious business; you could lose your job, have accusations affect your family and friends and have trouble in other aspects of your life. If you didn't commit a crime, that can be devastating to you; even If you did commit a crime, one thing you can consider is a defense that allows you to take a plea deal or works toward a lesser sentence. One mistake shouldn't have to affect the rest of your life, and if you and your attorney can work together to make a solid appeal to the court and give a good explanation, you'll be in a better place to negotiate.

There's no need to be afraid of divorce

Even in today's progressive social climate, divorce is often thought of in far more negative terms than is necessary. Often, those who are facing a divorce are tempted to project unfairly negative things onto themselves and others because of social stigmas that surround divorce. For anyone who is entering into the process, reminding yourself of some fundamental truths can help soften the blow and give you the strength to bear this difficult process with dignity.

The Virginia Drug Control Act and scheduled substances

In Virginia, a controlled substance is defined as being a substance that is listed in the Virginia Drug Control Act as a Schedule I, II, III, IV, V or VI drug. The only two substances not listed in the definition are tobacco and alcohol. Although these are considered to be controlled substances, they are not controlled under the Virginia Drug Control Act.

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