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DUI Sobriety Checkpoints and Holiday Driving

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The holidays are a time for celebration, and those celebrations often involve alcohol. But while many people drink responsibly, others do not, and that leads to an increase in drunk…

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Criminal Defense

What To Do at a DUI Checkpoint This Holiday Season

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The streets are full of drivers during the holidays, doing last-minute shopping runs, going to and from parties, and traveling. Police are also out in force, ready to pull over…

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Criminal Defense

Why Do Divorces Increase After the Holidays?

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Thoughts of the holiday season often include joy, relaxation, and time spent with family and loved ones. But the winter holidays can also be a stressful and emotion-filled time, and…

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Security Clearance

Can owning stock in marijuana companies affect my security clearance?

Eric Leckie

Using marijuana is a big no-no in the military — but even owning stocks in cannabis-related companies could put your career at risk. That may seem far-fetched if you’re not…

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Fix your military records: Give yourself the future you have earned
Military Law

Military Times: Fix your military records: Give yourself the future you have earned

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Serving in the military is a sacrifice. When your service is complete, you want your record of service to be accurate and helpful. If you are a veteran who was…

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Military Times: End the Navy’s vessel exception. Give sailors and Marines the due process afforded to every other US service member
Military Law

Military Times: End the Navy’s vessel exception. Give sailors and Marines the due process afforded to every other US service member

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The Navy vessel exception to Article 15 non-judicial punishment (NJP) is outdated and needs to be removed. Whether you are familiar with NJP by the terms “captain’s mast,” “office hours,"…

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Family Law

Military divorce in the COVID-19 era: 3 snags to watch

Thomas Wright

Beyond the staggering physical toll of the coronavirus pandemic, family relationships are grappling with a daunting new set of challenges. Throw in a military career and divorce, and the situation…

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Family Law

Invictus Law Family Lawyer Thomas Wright Featured in Local News Broadcast

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Our Family Law Director, Attorney Thomas Wright of Invictus Law has recently been featured on News3 WTKR, a local Norfolk News broadcast, that discusses the challenges of co-parenting in the…

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Security Clearance

Security clearance concerns amid a recession and a pandemic

Eric Leckie

For Americans who make careers out of military service, obtaining approval to handle classified information makes a big difference in terms of advancement and pay. Unfortunately, that coveted security clearance…

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Family Law

COVID-19 – School Closures & Child Custody Matters

Thomas Wright

Schools Closed Until Summer On March 23, 2020, through Executive Order, Governor Northam ordered statewide closures of all schools (K-12) for the remainder of the academic year. This will certainly…

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Family Law

What Happens After Divorce Papers are Filed?

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If you’re considering a divorce in Virginia Beach, you have a right to know what will happen throughout the process. Filing for divorce initiates what can be an emotional, contentious,…

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