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« Unreasonable Refusal Statute Deemed Constitutional | Main | McMissile Gets Probation »

December 01, 2006



my 18 year old son just got charged with this. 18.2-250.1 he was a passanger in the vehicle. should his case go to traffic court? as the officer has selected on his summons

Charles Homiller

It will likely go to traffic court since the offense occurred during a traffic stop. His case will turn on whether he exercised dominion and control over the marijuana and whether he knew the nature of the substance. Hopefully he did not make any statements to the officer about it.

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