You may recall the news reports in the mid to late 2000’s regarding sudden acceleration issues affecting several models of Toyota and Lexus vehicles. At the time, there were many stories emerging of individuals in those vehicles experiencing sudden acceleration, losing control, being unable to
From the Traffic Blog
Depending upon the speed and circumstances of your traffic ticket; our office may request that you complete driving school before your court date. Defensive driving courses can be used in a variety of ways to achieve favorable outcomes. In some cases it is advisable to compete the
A conviction for a Virginia traffic violation may appear on an out of state record depending on which state you are from. Additionally, there are other factors at play such as the severity of the alleged offense.
Unfortunately, traveling in the flow of traffic is not a defense to speeding charges in Virginia and likely wont keep you from receiving a summons.
What If I Don’t Think A Police Officer is Pulling Me Over? From time to time, a client will be concerned that the vehicle attempting to pull them is not a police officer. In most cases, there is a single occupant of the vehicle and
Commercial drivers depend on their license to earn their livelihood and as such present unique issues when they receive a traffic violation. With as much as a CDL driver has on the line it is critically important to speak with an attorney who is familiar with representing commercial drivers in the city or county where you have received your violation.
College students have particular issues when charged with traffic crimes or infractions. It is important to speak with an attorney who is experienced representing college students in the city or county where you have received your ticket.
Driving in excess of 80 miles per hour or 20 miles per hour or more over the speed limit is considered reckless driving by speed in Virginia. Reckless driving is a class 1 misdemeanor and carries very serious consequences.
Before you prepay your reckless driving or speeding traffic ticket, it is important to be aware of both the primary and secondary consequences for doing so. Retaining an attorney to represent you on your traffic case will help to save money and make the process much more hassle free.
Due to the danger to children inherently present in reckless driving for passing a school bus cases it is important to speak with an attorney familiar with defending such cases in the city or county where you were pulled.