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Top Harrisonburg reckless driving help: DeBarge was married to Janet Jackson in 1984. His marriage to Jackson was annulled in 1985. In 2012 DeBarge received active prison time for assault with a deadly weapon and for drug charges. DeBarge got out of prison in 2015. DeBarge may be in serious trouble with this felony record and a hit and run. Law Enforcement will probably be charging him with felony hit and run due to the amount of damages to the occupied motor vehicle he struck. If he is smart he will let his lawyer talk for him and when asked by law enforcement he should say: “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest, please let me go.”
Toronto Mayor Ford Avoids DWI: If you have been charged with DWI in Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Staunton, Waynesboro, Augusta County, Luray, Page County or elsewhere in Virginia, call Bob’s office immediately to schedule a FREE CASE REVIEW. The case review is a free call with Bob and is entirely confidential and privileged. Bob has over 30 years experience as a Lawyer in Virginia and will share his thoughts with you on your case. You can see Bob’s CLIENT REVIEWS HERE.
Toronto Mayor Ford Avoids DWI: Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in the news again as part of Mark Towhey’s tell all book. Towhey was Ford’s Chief of Staff. Mayor Rob Ford: Uncontrollable — How I Tried to Help the World’s Most Notorious Mayor will be available to the general public around the end of October, 2015. In the book we learn that Toronto police often stopped Mayor Ford for drunk driving and then simply gave him a ride home. We also learn that Towhey started an office policy that no one was to ride with Mayor Ford when Ford was driving. This policy came on the heels of a staffer’s report that while riding with Ford, Ford downed an entire 12 ounce bottle of vodka in one gulp. The staffer wisely exited the vehicle and found other, safer transportation. Towhey admits that he did not inform Toronto police of the Mayor’s drunk driving. Towhey defends that decision by noting that Toronto Police already knew about Ford’s serial drunk driving and took no steps to arrest Ford.