drug arrest

From 2009 to 2011 drug arrests at George Mason University have increased by nearly 1,000 percent. University officials attribute the spike in arrests to concerts held at the Fairfax School’s Patriot Center. One recent performance by the band, Further, led to 40 drug arrests in one evening. Being charged with a drug possession or distribution offense in Virginia can have major consequences, especially if you are enrolled in college. A conviction for a drug offense may result in your incarceration, loss of your driver’s license and may also make you ineligible to receive aid to assist in payment of your tuition. If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug offense, you need the experienced attorneys from the Law Offices of Lavonda Graham-Williams to fight for your rights.