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October 2017 Archives

Parental alienation has 2 sides and can result in a struggle

Parental alienation syndrome is a serious problem in some child custody cases. Parental alienation is a situation where one parent believes that the other has turned his or her children against him or her as a result of the custodial parent's indoctrination and manipulation. Parents who believe their children are becoming alienated from them may accuse the other of telling their children lies or taking actions to make the child reject the noncustodial parent.

Man charged for death of 1 in single-vehicle crash

When you're accused of a DUI, it's in your best interests to defend yourself regardless of the situation. Even if you are in an accident that results in a death, you still have rights and need to protect your interests. While it's appropriate to feel remorse, you don't need to give in to the harshest penalties.

Men facing false allegations of abuse need to protect themselves

As a man, you know that when you do something a woman doesn't like, she may be able to make allegations against you. You may be worried that your spouse will make allegations of domestic abuse against you since you've asked for a divorce. You know the relationship is volatile, and this was a risk you had to take to get out of the situation.

Aggravated malicious wounding is a serious charge in any case

As someone accused of malicious wounding, it's vital that you understand exactly what that means. This is a serious allegation that could land you in prison. It is a felony in most cases, and it can ruin your reputation and stain your record.

Man receives 10-year sentence for DUI crash

A man in Lynchburg has been sentenced for a drunk driving crash that killed a woman. A news report from Sept. 21 states that the man, 49, was found guilty of multiple charges and has had his license indefinitely suspended. He has been ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and $50 to the state trauma fund.

Virginia Tech professor to be held until trial

A federal judge has denied bond for a former Virginia Tech professor based on a conversation he had in another language with his wife, which is something interesting to talk about. The case revolves around a professor who faces charges for committing wire fraud and making false statements. None of the claims have been substantiated.

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