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New Felony DWI law in Virginia: from 0 to 365 days on July 1, 2013!

Third and subsequent DWIs became felonies in Virginia in 1999.  Since that time, Virginia has had a 10 year lookback period for using previous DUIs to enhance punishments.  Currently, Virginia Code § 18.2-270 has the following DWIs and minimum mandatory punishments: 3 DWIs committed within a 10 year period   90 days 3 DWIs committed within a 5 year period     6 months 4 (or more) DWIs within a 10 year period      1 year These portions of the law remain the same. ... Read More »

Anticipated Changes in Tennessee DUI Legislation and Enforcement

In our efforts to monitor potential changes to the DUI laws in Tennessee, the lawyers at Oberman & Rice learned that yesterday (January 28, 2013), the Tennessee Department of Safety held a meeting to discuss the DUI Portion of the Governor’s new Safety Plan.  The non-technical portion of the plan reflects the following changes: 1) Future aggressive enforcement of DUI laws by a. An analysis of arrest location data to facilitate & maximize enforcement; and b. a 70% increase in ... Read More »