Author: David M. Williams, Jr., Stafford Personal Injury Attorney
During a recent visit to our local courthouse, I walked into the lobby and saw many nervous, nicely dressed teens and their parents. The courthouse is the center of many legal and civic activities, and the teens waiting outside the courtroom were there for a special purpose – to receive their driver’s licenses.
The Code of Virginia §46.2-336 legislates and describes the Juvenile Driver Licensing Ceremony. The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) sends all original driver’s licenses issued to applicants under the age of eighteen years to the judge of the juvenile and domestic relations court in the city or county…