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  • Attorney Rebecca Powers Joins Curcione Law, PLC

    We are excited to announce that Attorney Rebecca Powers has joined our firm. A lifelong resident of Hampton Roads, she is a tremendous asset to our team. We are proud to represent the rights of our clients in Virginia, and are excited about the opportunity to expand our firm. We believe our clients deserve the best possible representation, and we are confident that Attorney Powers will help us ...
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  • Matt Curcione Listed as a Top 3 in Norfolk

    Our founding attorney, Matt Curcione, was just listed as one of the top 3 criminal defense lawyers in Norfolk, Virginia, by Three Best Rated®. This rating company was intended to help people find the top 3 professionals, businesses, restaurants, and health care providers in any city. They way Three Best Rated® finds the best in any area is by checking a professional’s reviews, history, complaints, ...
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  • Virginia Speed Limit for Reckless Driving Raised from 80 MPH to 85

    If you are driving at 80 miles per hour (mph) or more on a Virginia State highway, the current law says it is reckless driving, a criminal charge that could land you in jail for a year. This may change soon, as the state senate has recently approved a bill that would raise that statute up to 85 mph. A mixed reaction is the result among lawmakers and citizens alike. Proponents of the bill say that ...
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  • Are Field Sobriety Tests Accurate?

    If you have been pulled over by an officer for suspected DUI, you have probably been asked to take a field sobriety test. These tests typically precede Breathalyzer tests and can allow law enforcement to observe a driver’s balance, physical ability, level of attention, and other factors that may indicate whether or not the driver is under the influence of alcohol. But are these tests always ...
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  • Virginia Drunk Driving Laws

    Under Virginia Code 18.2-266, it is illegal for any person to drive or operate a motor vehicle while such person has a blood alcohol concentration of .08 percent or more. Unfortunately, many people get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle thinking that they are "ok" to drive because they only had a couple of beers or because they feel fine; however, in reality, they are over the legal limit to ...
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  • Welcome to the Blog for Curcione Law

    At Curcione Law, we understand that this time in your life can be frustrating and stressful, which is why we aim to provide our clients with the best possible defense for their criminal accusations. At our firm, we stand ready to defend our clients to the best of our abilities, by addressing every issue of your arrest and investigating the circumstances leading to your detainment. If there is any ...
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