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My son is charged in two different crimes, can they combine them?

My son was arrested a few weeks ago and was released on bond. While he was awaiting for his trial he was arrested again on a seperate incident. While they combine his cases in the court? Or will he have to go back for a second case after the first one? Should he have two lawyers one for each case or can a lawyer work on both at the same time?

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    B. L. Conway | Conway Law Pllc.
    165 West Main
    Abingdon, VA 24210
    (800) 482-5297
    The prosecution may wish to combine the cases, but that may not be in your Son's best interest. The same lawyer can represent your son in both cases.
    Answer Applies to: Virginia - Replied: 3/25/2013
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