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April 2014 Archives

Charges dropped against Virginia sheriff's deputy

When a Virginia resident is charged with a crime, they may feel helpless and may not be aware of all of their options. It is important that they know that being charged with a crime does not necessarily mean that they will be found guilty on a criminal conviction. When facing criminal charges, it is a good idea to have a solid criminal defense in place to get the best possible outcome. In many instances, prosecutors may drop charges and the accused will have the chance to move forward with his or her life.

Virginia teen sexting ring investigation

One recent study showed that close to 30 percent of high school students have sent sexually explicit messages from their cell phones. The widespread use of smart phones and social media websites may play a part in the increase in sexting among teenagers. Sexting is currently a major concern for the state of Virginia. Recently, authorities began investigating a possible sexting ring involving more than 100 teenagers in the area.

Virginia teens arrested after making music video

In general, it is important for young people to express themselves and find outlets for their creativity. However, some teenagers may not know where to draw the line when it comes to their artistic endeavors. One group of Virginia teens recently starred in a music video that could get them in a lot of trouble. Juvenile crime can lead to serious long-term consequences, so if a young person is facing criminal charges, it is imperative that they properly defend against those charges.