DUI Charge Against Client Amended to Reckless Driving

Stephen CampbellCriminal Defense, In the Media/Case Results

A client of Waltrip & Campbell, PC, represented by Stephen E. Campbell, Esq., had his Driving Under the Influence charge amended by the Commonwealth’s Attorney as part of a plea agreement in December 2018.  Client was stopped for a traffic infraction and an investigation ensued into whether the driver was intoxicated.  After completing field sobriety tests and taking a preliminary …

DUI Charge Against Client Dropped by Prosecutor

Stephen CampbellCriminal Defense, In the Media/Case Results

A client of Waltrip & Campbell, PC, represented by Stephen E. Campbell, Esq., had his DUI charged dropped by the Commonwealth’s Attorney due to the charge being brought in the improper venue.  Client was involved in a motor vehicle accident and subsequently arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol.  The alleged offense took place approximately 960 feet outside of …

Client Found Not Guilty of DUI After Motion to Suppress Arrest Granted

Stephen CampbellCriminal Defense, In the Media/Case Results

A client of Waltrip & Campbell, PC, represented by Stephen E. Campbell, Esq., was found Not Guilty of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in the Williamsburg-James City County General District Court.  Mr. Campbell’s Client’s vehicle was pulled over in Colonial Williamsburg after failing to stop at a stop sign.  After the police administered a battery of field sobriety tests, …

Client Found Not Guilty of Driving Under the Influence of Drugs

Stephen CampbellCriminal Defense, In the Media/Case Results

A client of Waltrip & Campbell, PC, represented by Stephen E. Campbell, Esq., was found not guilty of Driving Under the Influence of Drugs in the Williamsburg-James City County General District Court after trial in the Fall of 2018. The Court found there was insufficient evidence the client was voluntarily intoxicated/under the influence of self-administered narcotic while operating a motor …

Client’s DUI Charge Dismissed After Motion to Suppress Vehicle Stop Sustained

Stephen CampbellCriminal Defense, In the Media/Case Results

A client of Waltrip & Campbell, PC, represented by Stephen E. Campbell, Esq., had his Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol charge dismissed by the judge in the Williamsburg-James City County General District Court in November, 2017 after the judge granted Mr. Campbell’s Motion to Suppress the stop of Client’s vehicle as unconstitutional.  The defendant was pulled over on Richmond …

Waltrip Elected to Board of VACDL

Brandon WaltripIn the Media/Case Results

The Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (“VACDL”) recently elected Brandon C. Waltrip, Esq. to serve on the organization’s board of directors. The VACDL is an organization comprised of attorneys from across the Commonwealth of Virginia whose practice is primarily focused on the representation of those accused of criminal violations. The mission of the organization is to improve the quality of …

Waltrip Wins Assault and Battery Case

Brandon WaltripIn the Media/Case Results

On July 15, 2014 in the Williamsburg James City County General District Court a client of Collins Waltrip, PC, was tried before a Judge on charges of Assault & Battery under Virginia Code 18.2-57. After the presentation of the Commonwealth’s case, Waltrip rested without presenting evidence for the defense and immediately made a Motion to Strike. Arguing that the Commonwealth …

Waltrip Wins Jury Trial

Brandon WaltripCriminal Defense, In the Media/Case Results

Attorney Brandon Waltrip successfully defended a client in a jury trial on August 22, 2014. The client, who was charged with one count of Assault & Battery under Virginia Code 18.2-57, faced a possible twelve (12) month jail sentence and a $2,500 fine. After a day long trial at the Williamsburg James-City County Circuit Court, the jury returned a verdict …