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U.S. marshals on trail of Virginia Beach fugitive

For more than two months, police and bail bondsmen have searched for 23-year-old Cameron Paul Crockett, who didn't show up for sentencing after a jury convicted him of manslaughter in the drunken-driving death of a friend. Now, federal authorities say they've joined the hunt.

GOODOVE AND SWARTZ SELECTED AS SUPERLAWYERS 2012

For another year in a row, Michael Goodove and Franklin Swartz have been selected as 2012 Super Lawyers. Michael Goodove was selected as a Super Lawyer in the field of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury. Franklin […]

Swartz, Taliaferro, Swartz & Goodove, P.C. Law Office Building

On January 1, 2012, Swartz, Taliaferro, Swartz & Goodove, P.C. relocated to its new law office building in historic downtown Norfolk. The firm continues its practice in the areas of personal injury, criminal and […]

Breath test may be required before first-time DUI offenders drive again

by David Ham
WVEC.com

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RICHMOND — People with their first DUI conviction could have to pass a breath test before starting the engine, if laws pass the Va. General Assembly and are signed by Gov. Bob […]

GOODOVE AND SWARTZ SELECTED AGAIN AS SUPER LAWYERS IN 2011

For Immediate Release

For another year in a row, Michael Goodove and Franklin Swartz have been selected as 2011 Super Lawyers. Michael Goodove was selected as a Super Lawyer in the field of Plaintiff’s […]

“The Top 100 Trial Lawyers” selects Michael L. Goodove

For Immediate Release:

Michael L. Goodove, Esq. has been nominated and selected to “The Top 100 Trial Lawyers” by the American Association of Trial Lawyers. Membership is obtained through special invitation and is extended only […]

92.9 The Wave-Hampton Roads Topics-Interviews Michael Goodove about Impaired Driving

Michael Goodove interviewed Radio Program about Impaired Driving

Michael Goodove comments on a new website that helps drivers avoid tickets and dui checkpoints.

Mike Goodove, a Norfolk attorney and president of the Southside Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, lost his brother to a drunk driver. Goodove agreed Phantom Alert does some good things, but he says DUI checkpoint alerts aren't one of them. "It's personal responsibility. I don't think we can support a tool that encourages people to drink, drive and avoid detection," Goodove said.

Michael Goodove comments on the proposal to privatize liquor sales.

PORTSMOUTH--A proposal to privatize liquor sales in the state of Virginia is raising some eyebrows. The Governor's office estimates it will generate about 300-500 million dollars from license fees and they plan to use the money for transportation.

Police could ask DUI suspects place of last drink

Police could ask DUI suspects place of last drink
by Joe Flanagan, 13 News, and Associated Press

Posted on February 25, 2010 at 11:58 AM

Updated Thursday, Feb 25 at 6:27 PM

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“Last drink” legislation

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