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Need volunteer hours pre-court? Artist needs help starting today. All flags need to be removed before Friday. #volunteer #CommunityService #Giveback

https://wtop.com/dc/2021/10/artist-calls-for-army-of-volunteers-to-help-remove-covid-memorial-exhibit/
Fairfax County School Superintendent seeks parent support as the Tik Tok Challenge for the upcoming month of October becomes much more serious.

Dear Families,

We have been made aware of a series of new monthly challenges that have been shared across the social media platform TikTok. Last month the “Devious Licks” challenge emerged, and students committed acts of vandalism on school property. Now, these challenges are escalating and harming people.

Here is the full list:

September: Vandalize school bathrooms

October: Smack a staff member

November: Kiss your friend’s girlfriend at school

December: Deck the halls and show your *****

January: Jab a breast

February: Mess up school signs

March: Make a mess in the courtyard or cafeteria

April: “Grab some eggz” (another stealing challenge)

May: Ditch day

June: Flip off in the front office

I want to be clear, these are not fun, harmless challenges. These are crimes with very serious consequences. Students who commit these acts face disciplinary action under the Student Rights and Responsibilities, and possible criminal charges.

Please continue to talk with your children about the serious nature of these acts and the consequences they will face if they participate.

I believe that by working together, we can make sure students and staff are learning and working together in a safe environment. Thank you for your support.
​​​​​​​

Sincerely,

Scott Brabrand
Superintendent
Principals across Northern Virginia are reaching out to Parents and the local community for help with recent school vandalism at local schools. TikTok videos are playing a role in the vandalism which suggests various monthly "pranks" for the 2021-22 school year. Parents and students are reminded to revisit the SRR 2021-22 Rights and Responsibilities concerning the implications of such conduct. Students are expected to respect school property. The damaging, stealing or vandalizing of school property can lead to serious School Disciplinary action including a Referral to the Division Superintendent.

If you, your child, or someone you know is facing School Disciplinary action as part of the TikTok craze contact the Sprano Law Firm for assistance.

https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/some-northern-virginia-students-vandalizing-schools-for-tiktok-trend/2803518/
A beautiful day for a ride to file Motions @Rappahannock Circuit Court.

Contact The Sprano Law Firm husband-wife team for a free consultation. If you have been charged with a crime, your freedom and future are in jeopardy.

If you are charged with a felony or misdemeanor in state or federal court, the attorneys at The Sprano Law Firm will offer you dependable representation, knowledgeable advice and a competent thorough understanding of your options. The Sprano Law Firm has been successful representing clients facing criminal charges throughout Northern Virginia for over 20 years. No matter how big or small your case, you can depend on the Sprano Law Firm to provide you with the best legal defense you can find.

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Artist calls for ‘army of volunteers’ to help remove COVID memorial exhibit | WTOP 10/05/2021

Artist calls for ‘army of volunteers’ to help remove COVID memorial exhibit | WTOP

Need volunteer hours pre-court? Artist needs help starting today. All flags need to be removed before Friday. #volunteer #CommunityService #Giveback

https://wtop.com/dc/2021/10/artist-calls-for-army-of-volunteers-to-help-remove-covid-memorial-exhibit/

Artist calls for ‘army of volunteers’ to help remove COVID memorial exhibit | WTOP Artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg has until Thursday to pluck each white flag in her large-scale COVID-19 memorial art exhibit and is calling for an army of volunteers to help out.

[10/01/21]   Fairfax County School Superintendent seeks parent support as the Tik Tok Challenge for the upcoming month of October becomes much more serious.

Dear Families,

We have been made aware of a series of new monthly challenges that have been shared across the social media platform TikTok. Last month the “Devious Licks” challenge emerged, and students committed acts of vandalism on school property. Now, these challenges are escalating and harming people.

Here is the full list:

September: Vandalize school bathrooms

October: Smack a staff member

November: Kiss your friend’s girlfriend at school

December: Deck the halls and show your *****

January: Jab a breast

February: Mess up school signs

March: Make a mess in the courtyard or cafeteria

April: “Grab some eggz” (another stealing challenge)

May: Ditch day

June: Flip off in the front office

I want to be clear, these are not fun, harmless challenges. These are crimes with very serious consequences. Students who commit these acts face disciplinary action under the Student Rights and Responsibilities, and possible criminal charges.

Please continue to talk with your children about the serious nature of these acts and the consequences they will face if they participate.

I believe that by working together, we can make sure students and staff are learning and working together in a safe environment. Thank you for your support.
​​​​​​​

Sincerely,

Scott Brabrand
Superintendent

‘Devious' TikTok Trend That Hit Northern Virginia Schools Now Banned 09/30/2021

‘Devious' TikTok Trend That Hit Northern Virginia Schools Now Banned

Principals across Northern Virginia are reaching out to Parents and the local community for help with recent school vandalism at local schools. TikTok videos are playing a role in the vandalism which suggests various monthly "pranks" for the 2021-22 school year. Parents and students are reminded to revisit the SRR 2021-22 Rights and Responsibilities concerning the implications of such conduct. Students are expected to respect school property. The damaging, stealing or vandalizing of school property can lead to serious School Disciplinary action including a Referral to the Division Superintendent.

If you, your child, or someone you know is facing School Disciplinary action as part of the TikTok craze contact the Sprano Law Firm for assistance.

https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/some-northern-virginia-students-vandalizing-schools-for-tiktok-trend/2803518/

‘Devious' TikTok Trend That Hit Northern Virginia Schools Now Banned Schools throughout Northern Virginia are alerting parents about a new social media trend that promotes students to vandalize school property. Opening the social media app TikTok and searching the word “devious” has pulled up thousands of videos of a trend called “devious licks.” Students are...

04/20/2021

A beautiful day for a ride to file Motions @Rappahannock Circuit Court.

A beautiful day for a ride to file Motions @Rappahannock Circuit Court.

virginiamercury.com 10/17/2020

Virginia lawmakers vote to reform 224-year-old jury sentencing law - Virginia Mercury

Change is finally coming to Virginia!

https://www.virginiamercury.com/2020/10/17/a-revolutionary-change-va-lawmakers-vote-to-reform-224-year-old-jury-sentencing-law/

virginiamercury.com Virginia lawmakers voted to reform how sentences in jury trials are handed down, ending a practice they say led to long sentences.

05/04/2018

Best start to a court day-when your client gives you a beautiful card with a very thankful message before you get his charges dismissed on this 18th Birthday! (ARLJDR) #greatkid #brightfuture

[04/18/18]   Off to fight another FCPS reassignment/expulsion hearing!

[03/31/17]   Client charged with DWI-1st (.16) and Driving On Suspended. Client entered plea to 1st offense DWI, with mandatory minimum of 90/85 suspended imposed, plus $600/$300 fine, VIP class, VASAP, costs. DOS nol prossed. (Loudoun GDC)

[03/31/17]   Client charged with Domestic Assault/Battery. Pictures establishing substantial injuries. Client has prior record and a new conviction would have resulted in the likely imposition of suspended time for violations. Case dismissed. (Arlington JDR)

[03/31/17]   Client charged with Reckless Driving (80/55), with +3 Driving record. Commonwealth amended RD to speeding citation (64/55), $100 fine plus costs. (Fairfax GDC)

[03/17/17]   Off to fight Expulsion for yet another FX County student!

[03/14/17]   Client charged with Domestic A/B (FXJDR), Felony Assault on Law Enforcement Officer and 2 cts. of DIP. (FXGDC) Client sentenced to amended charge of Disorderly Conduct-90/ all 90 suspended, MH, Alcohol counseling as determined by probation. All other charged dismissed.

[03/14/17]   Client charged with A/B against a juvenile (10). Alleged injury and alleged serious threat. Trial-PWJDR. Client found Not Guilty. (PWJDR)

[03/14/17]   Client served with Show Cause-Probation Violation of General Good Behavior condition from 3 year suspended sentence on Felony Theft case. Underlying allegation nol prossed in FXJDR. Show Cause dismissed. (Loudoun CC)

[03/14/17]   Client charged 1st offense DWI. Sentenced 30/30 suspended, $250 fine, ASAP, Restricted license granted with Interlock. (FXGDC)

[03/14/17]   Client charged with 1st offense DWI (BAC-0.26). Sentenced 120/110 suspended, $300 fine, ASAP, Restricted license granted with Interlock. (FXGDC)

[03/14/17]   Client charged with 3 cts of PWID. Client pled to 1 ct, 2 counts nol prossed. Substantial prior record, including prior drug convictions. Sentenced to 5 years SCI, 4.5 years suspended, 3 years active probation, continued MH treatment and Drug treatment if determined appropriate. (FXCC)

[03/14/17]   Client charged with Driving on Revoked DWI related, plus 4 other traffic infractions. Client successfully obtained Restricted license pre-court. Sentenced to 90/all 90 suspended on Driving On Revoked, all infractions dismissed, plus court costs. (Alexandria GDC)

[03/14/17]   Client charged with Possession of Marijuana. Client completed 35 hours of CS, submitted clean urine screens, character letters, and medical records establishing underlying medical conditions. Case continued generally for 3 months for dismissal. (Vienna GDC)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Felony Poss. of Controlled Substance, DWI, Refusal, and Possession of Marijuana. Charge amended to misdemeanor Sched. III, sentenced 180/180 suspended, 6 months loss of license, Client pled guilty to DWI-30/30 suspended, $250 fine, ASAP. Poss. Marijuana and Refusal nol prossed. (FXGDC)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Passing Stopped School Bus. Client completed a 8 hour Aggressive Driving Course. Charge reduced to Improper Driving (3 point offense), $250 fine. (FXGDC)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Unauthorized Cross Over. +5 Driving record. Charge amended to Sleeping on the side of the Road (0 point offense), $100 fine. (Fairfax GDC)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Domestic A/B. Client engaged in pre-trial marriage counseling. Case nol prossed. (Fairfax JDR)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Grand Larceny and Possession of Burglary Tools. GL amended to Petit Larceny. Sentenced 90/90 days suspended, 1 year General Good Behavior. Burglary Tools charge nol prossed. (Fairfax GDC)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Petit Larceny. Substantial prior Felony convictions for Theft. Client completed 20 hours of CS. Case dismissed. (Fairfax GDC)

[03/09/17]   Family hired for investigatory purposes for a juvenile accused of a sexual allegation involving a student in the school setting. Advised the parents during the process to protect the child's criminal exposure. No criminal charges filed. (Prince William County)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Grand Larceny (over $800 worth of merchandise). Pre-court client completed a Theft Awareness course. Charged amended to Petit Larceny. Client sentenced to 30/30 all suspended with stay away order from store. (Fairfax GDC)

[03/09/17]   Client charged with Felony False Pretenses, Assault/Battery and Possession of Marijuana. Client pled guilty to amended misdemeanor False Pretenses-sentenced 180/180 all suspended, and Assault-90/90 all suspended; Drug charge nol prossed; 1 year inactive probation. (Fairfax GDC)

[06/15/16]   Client charged with GL in FAIRFAX and PRINCE WILLIAM. Client had significant priors.
FX case: GL amended to PL, 180/176 days suspended, costs.
PW case: GL amended to PL, 12 months with 10 months suspended, restitution and costs.
Client completed Theft Awareness Class, completed Community Service and actively involved himself in counseling. (FXGDC/PWGDC) Great result given the two felony charges in separate jurisdictions and the substantial evidence.

[06/15/16]   Client hired seeking representation for a Permanent Protective Order. After a fully contested hearing, Order granted for 2 years. (PWGDC)

[06/15/16]   Client charged with Felony Hit & Run. Pedestrian injury. Client had a +5 driving record. Client completed an Aggressive Driving course plus 50 hours of Community Service prior to court on advice of counsel. Charge amended to Reckless Driving. Court imposed 180 days with all 180 days suspended, $500 fine, $30 restitution, 6 months loss of license with a restricted license granted for medical purposes, plus court costs. (Prince William County) Great outcome!

[06/15/16]   Client charged with Grand Larceny. Case amended to PL, 180/170 suspended, costs. Client completed 4 hour Theft Awareness course and 25 hours of CS. (PWGDC)

[06/15/16]   Client charged with Speeding (50/35) with significant prior traffic offenses. Client completed Aggressive Driving course pre-court. Charge amended to Failure To Pay Full Time and Attention (0 point offense), $100 fine plus costs. (Vienna GDC)

[06/15/16]   Client charged with GL and RSP. GL amended to PL, 180 days with 180 suspended, RSP dismissed. Client completed Theft Awareness Class and 25 hours of Community Service prior to court on advice of counsel. Client had prior conviction of PL. (FXGDC)

[06/15/16]   Client charged with Grand Larceny ($399.99). Charge amended to Petit Larceny, 90 days all 90 days suspended, costs. (FXGDC)

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