How To Write and Publish A Book

Who: If you are a business owner, business development professional, or just interested in what it takes to write and publish a book, this event is for you! What: I have written two books which have generated substantial returns for my business. This session will detail the process that I used to get those books […]

The Police Are Scanning You

published by Andrew Flusche on April 8, 2014

license plate reader

Have you seen those police cars with huge cameras on the trunk? They’re scanning your license plates. These automated license plate readers have been a fairly hot topic in Virginia for the past couple of years. The Attorney General even issued an Official Opinion in 2013 regarding their use (PDF). I just ran across a […]

Is Your Lawyer Waiving Your Rights?!

published by Andrew Flusche on April 4, 2014


If you’re charged with a crime in Virginia, you have the right to confront the witnesses against you. If there’s a scientific certificate of analysis at issue in the case, your confrontation right includes the people who actually did the analysis. But did you know that your lawyer could waive that right without you even […]

Better Business Bureau – “A” Rated!

published by Andrew Flusche on April 3, 2014

I am happy to announce that my firm is now identified as a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business. Our team has joined an elite group of businesses that meet the BBB’s 16-factor accreditation standard for business conduct and ethics. What does this mean for my clients and potential clients? It means that I will continue […]

How Does Ignition Interlock Work? [video]

published by Andrew Flusche on April 2, 2014

Many of my DWI clients have questions about the ignition interlock device that will be required if they’re convicted of the DWI charge. We’ve compiled a list of interlock providers and prices, but I didn’t think that was enough to explain exactly what interlock is. I wanted to SHOW how what it is and how […]

Blood Alcohol Content Over .15

Virginia law has different levels of DWI offenses. Depending upon your blood alcohol content and how many prior DWIs you’ve had, you are facing a variety of different punishments. A basic first offense DWI is normally any case where your blood alcohol content is less than .15. If that is the case, in most instances […]

What Will Happen for Driving on a Suspended License Third Offense?

published by Andrew Flusche on March 31, 2014

driving on a suspended 3rd offense

If you are charged with driving on a suspended third offense, or later, you need to talk with an attorney. In Virginia driving on suspended may seem like a fix-a-ticket to a lot of people. Their license is suspended for fines, costs for driving school, insurance verification, or any number of reasons. Some people think […]

Can The Police Pull You Over For a Pine Tree Air Freshener?

published by Andrew Flusche on March 27, 2014

pine tree air freshner

Yes. One of the concerns that you should have with the equipment on your vehicle when you’re driving anywhere, is whether or not it could be a source for the police to pull you over. The majority of people are not doing anything illegal on most days; however sometimes you might have a little too […]

Points In Time For A DWI [Infographic]

published by Andrew Flusche on March 26, 2014

DWI statistics

Ok, so you have been charged with DUI/DWI in Virginia. Now what? This infographic will give you a look at what is coming up in the in the next 7 days all the way up to the next three years, if you are found guilty. Even if you haven’t been charged, share this with your […]

I was Wrongfully Ticketed for Improper Lane Usage, What can I do?

published by Andrew Flusche on March 25, 2014

improper lane change

This type of question depends upon the type of lane charge you have, but you should immediately talk with a local traffic defense attorney, who can hopefully advise you of that possibility in a case like yours. If you have a case in the Fredericksburg area, please give me a call today or go ahead […]