Read Chase Madar’s article, “A Republican Against Prisons” in The American Conservative, where he interviews Mark Earley on prison reform, the incarceration state, and Mark’s change of heart on criminal-justice policies.
Panelists at a University of Richmond Law Review symposium Friday criticized lethal injection as a flawed and sometimes inhumane death penalty method plagued by transparency issues.
Yes, Reckless Driving in Virginia is a Class 1 misdemeanor. This often comes as a surprise to people who think they’ve just received another routine traffic ticket.
I understand how difficult it can be to deal with a Reckless Driving charge long-distance. In many instances, I’m able to handle your case for you without you being present in the courtroom.
Mark L. Earley, a lawyer based in Leesburg, VA whose primary area of practice is Criminal Law, Personal Injury, and Government Affairs, has earned the AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale-Hubbell®
Receiving a speeding ticket can be a stressful experience, and if you’ve been charged with Reckless Driving for speed it’s easy to be overwhelmed. I’m here to help!
As former attorneys general of Virginia, we come from different political parties but are firmly united on an issue important to all Virginians: If the commonwealth is going to have the death penalty, it needs to get it right. It must ensure that its procedures — from arrest to execution — are fair, and it must minimize the risk of executing an innocent person.
In the 1980s and 1990s, as a Virginia State Senator and Attorney General, I believed in law and order. I still do. What I did not realize at the time is that there are two equally important aspects of public safety. First is getting the right people off the streets and behind bars. Second is providing opportunities for personal transformation to those behind bars so that when they return home they will not still pose a threat to public safety.