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Virginia Landry
Virginia L. Landry is founder of the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc., a recognized and proven criminal and DUI defense law firm serving clients throughout Orange County. Ms. Landry is Board Certified in DUI Defense from the National College for DUI Defense (NCDD) and the past Board of Director of the Orange County Bar Association. She remains committed to defending the rights and futures of her clients, and has built a reputation for her honest and aggressive advocacy.

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Ride-Sharing Services Look to Reduce Drunk Driving During Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl 50 is less than a week away and many across the country are solidifying their plans for one of the biggest sporting events of the year. As a time honored tradition, a lot of these plans will involve alcohol, and unfortunately, some may also involve driving. In an effort to reduce the historically high rates of drunk driving accidents, injuries, and fatalities during Super Bowl Sunday, ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are stepping up big time to ... Read More »

Federal Officials Name Impaired Driving Among Top 10 Safety Concerns for 2016

Federal officials at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) have recently released the annual Most Wanted List, which details some of the most pressing safety concerns across all forms of transportation. Among the Top 10 safety issues ranked by officials, impaired driving was listed as a prominent concern. According to the NTSB, the risks of impaired driving are well-known. Many high visibility campaigns over the past decade have also helped convey how serious the problem is in America. According to ... Read More »

Super Bowl Sunday & Drunk Driving

The time is near for the annual National Football League Championship game, and law enforcement officers – even the non-football fans – are gearing up for what may be a busy and dangerous weekend. That’s because Super Bowl Sunday has earned a reputation as not only one of the biggest sporting events of the year, but also one of the biggest drunk driving days of the year. The NFL Championship has long seen a corresponding spike in alcohol-related incidents, chief ... Read More »

Authorities Gear Up for Holiday High Visibility DUI Enforcement

We’re nearly a week away from Christmas, which means many of us are wrapping up the last work week before vacation, preparing to leave town, or getting ready for guests. As Christmas and the New Year approach, we at the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. would like to remind everyone in Orange County and throughout California that law enforcement will be substantially increasing efforts to crack down on drunk and drugged drivers. If you plan on celebrating the ... Read More »

President Declares December National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

The holiday season has become notorious for being one of the most dangerous times of the year on public roads and highways. In addition to the increase in traffic and congestion, this time of year also sees a significant spike in alcohol-related accidents, injuries, and deaths. In an effort to raise awareness and put an end to the cycle, lawmakers at the local, state, and federal level – and the President of the United States himself – have banded together ... Read More »

This Thanksgiving, Don’t Give Police Reason to Arrest You

Thanksgiving is one of the most cherished and widely celebrated holidays of the year. During Thanksgiving and the holiday weekend, many people across the country tend to commute in order to visit family and friends. When festivities begin, they also often choose to celebrate with alcohol. Unfortunately, because alcohol is such an accepted part of the holiday, this time of year often sees a marked increase in alcohol-related auto accidents, injuries, and deaths. Because statistics show a spike in DUI ... Read More »

California Office of Traffic Safety Launches Impaired Driving Campaign

The California Office of Traffic Safety is committed to making Golden State roadways safer places, and a large part of that commitment involves focusing on drug and alcohol-related auto accidents. Because drunk and drugged driving causes thousands of accidents, injuries, and deaths throughout the state each year, the OTS goes to great lengths to support law enforcement and their efforts to crack down on DUI. As part of their most recent campaign, the California Office of Traffic Safety has teamed ... Read More »

Halloween DUI Enforcement & Government Blood Tests

Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, which means this coming weekend will likely be filled with many celebrations. Whether you have plans to spend time with the family or attend a costume party or two, it’s important to remember that law enforcement agencies will be on high alert for motorists who drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In Orange County, where our firm represents drivers accused of all types of DUI charges, law enforcement agencies often work ... Read More »

5 Tips to Avoid a DUI This Halloween

Halloween is on a Friday this year, which creates plenty of opportunities for late-night parties. It can be easy for people to overdo it on fun-size candy bars, but Halloween can get even scarier when the night ends with an arrest for DUI. In the midst of the fun and festivities, it is important to remember to stay safe and exercise good judgment when it comes to driving. Not only will you be doing yourself a favor by avoiding penalties ... Read More »

Lowering the blood-alcohol content (BAC) cutoff to 0.05: Sheriff says “you can count me out on that one”

Milwaukee County Sherriff David Clarke has a reputation for cracking down on drunk drivers and pushing for tougher drunk driving laws. The new proposal that would decrease the legal limit from 0.08 to 0.05, however, isn’t exactly what he had in mind. In Milwaukee, the average drunk driver has a BAC over 0.15; almost twice the legal limit. These individuals, Clarke believes, are the ones law enforcement officers in Wisconsin should be concerned with, not the social drinker who can ... Read More »