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Virginia Driver’s License Offenses

Driving Without a License in Virginia, Va. Code § 46.2-300 According to Virginia Code § 46.2-300, it is against the law for any person in Virginia to drive any motor vehicle on any highway in the Commonwealth until such person has applied for a driver’s license, passed the examination, and obtained a valid driver’s license. Penalties: • Driving without a license in Virginia is a class 2 misdemeanor. A class 2 misdemeanor holds a punishment of up to $1,000 in fines, up to 6 months of loss of license, andRead More …


Congratulations to Kirk

We are pleased to announce that the firm’s partner Kirk Sripinyo has accepted a new job at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  The firm has benefited from and grown during Kirk’s tenure at the Law Office of Moore and Sripinyo, PLLC, so while we are excited for this new opportunity for Kirk, we are sad to see him leave the firm. With this change, the Law Office name is reverting back to its prior name of Law Office of Samuel C. Moore, PLLC.  The attorneys and staffRead More …


Reckless Driving in Virginia: Va Code 46.2-862

What is reckless driving in Virginia? Reckless driving under Virginia statute is someone who drives his/her vehicle “on any highway recklessly or at a speed or in a manner so as to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person.” VA Code § 46.2-862. To drive recklessly in Virginia is to have a “disregard for the driver of a motor vehicle for the consequences of his act and an indifference to the safety of life, limb, or property.” Powers v. Commonwealth, 211 Va. 386, 388, 177 S.E. 2d 628,Read More …