Jon Moseley Attorney at Law

Jon Moseley Attorney at Law

703-656-1230 1818 Library Street
Reston , VA 20190
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Reston Dui Lawyer

Hours | Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or by appointment

Reston DUI Lawyer

Jon Moseley Esq.

Mr. Moseley graduated from the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia, in the top 11% of his class, in December 1996. Moseley was a member of GMU's Law Review, invited in his second year based on academic achievement. George Mason law school is internationally recognized for its focus on the interaction of law with economics and business. Moseley attended George Mason law school together with Virginia's current Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. Moseley served as elected Student Body Vice President and was a leader on campus in the Christian Legal Society and Federalist Society, and trained with the Institute for Justice's courses for law students.

Education

George Mason Law School 
Juris Doctor, 1996

University of Florida

Bachelors of Science in Business Administration & Finance,1984

Activities & Affiliations​

• GMU Law Review, Member
• Christian Legal Society
• Federal Society 

Bar Admissions

• Virginia
• Washington DC

Overview

Do You Need a Lawyer?

Every state has some sort of "drunk driving" statute. The term "drunk driving" is in quotes because none of these laws require that you be "drunk" or "intoxicated" to be guilty. All that is required is that your ability to operate a vehicle has been impaired to any extent at all or that your Blood alcohol level exceeds the state limit (which is now .08% in all states). Some states call it DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), but it refers to the same offense. The consequences of differ drastically from state to state and are influenced by your age, blood alcohol limit (BAC), whether you have been arrested for in the past, and whether you caused injury or death during the .

A Lawyer can help...

Assess your legal situation

An experienced Defense lawyer can help you understand what you are up against and the fines you may be required to pay. A lawyer mostly deals with matters and knows the process inside and out – including options that a public defender may not tell you.

Explain the consequences

The consequences of a vary greatly from state to state and a lawyer will be able to explain how those consequences in your state apply to you such as (1) harsher punishments for those arrested with BAC limits over .08, (2) special laws for underage drivers arrested for , (3) possible community service or plea bargaining, (4) overlapping jurisdiction of Courts and your state's motor vehicle licensing department to suspend or revoke your license, and (5) contingent license programs that allow you to use your vehicle to get to and from work.

Manage the process

Dealing with the motor vehicle department can be frustrating and time consuming. A Lawyer can manage the process for you by completing the required forms; making phone calls; scheduling and/or representing you at a Motor Vehicle Department suspension hearing, and making other necessary arrangements.

Represent you in court

An experienced Lawyer knows the ins and outs of the courtroom and may be able to obtain a lesser sentence for you if your situation and state law allows for it.

Don't know if a Lawyer is right for you? Here are some general guidelines:

Definitely

Definitely hire a Lawyer if you already have several 's and receive another; or if your arrest was the result of an accident or if anyone was injured; or if you are a professional driver whose livelihood depends on keeping your license.

Probably

Seriously consider hiring a Lawyer if you've been arrested for a second (in the same or another state) or were arrested with a BAC limit over double the legal limit as harsher penalties may apply.

Maybe

You might want to hire a Lawyer if you don't understand your rights or laws, what you need to do, or the consequences you face. You also might want legal representation if you are in a profession (or plan to be) that requires bonding or in which any criminal conviction might prevent you from getting or keeping a professional license. If you don't know the requirements, then you need expert advice before handling the case yourself.

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