Stafford is well known for the enforcement for many Code of Virginia traffic violations specifically reckless driving and speeding. If you have received one of these violation, please contact Stafford County traffic attorney Trey Mattox.
Stafford County is located along interstate 95 just north of Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County. Likewise, Stafford is just south of Prince William County, Virginia. Moreover, the speed limit on interstate 95 through the majority of Stafford is 70 miles per hour. Therefore, many of my clients are faced with a reckless driving charge for traveling over 80 miles per hour in a 70 mile per hour zone.
Mattox Law represent individuals charged with traffic crimes and infractions throughout Stafford county including: Ruby, Brooke, Garrisonville, Hartwood, Falmouth, White Oak, Aquia Harbour, Mountain View and Settlers Landing.
Reckless driving violations are very serious charges in Virginia. As a result, a conviction carries penalties like fines, license suspension, and class 1 misdemeanor. Moreover, these consequences can have very long lasting effects. Additionally, this can burden even the most proactive motorist.
Many drivers have exceeded posted speed limits during their driving history. However, speeding ticket charges in Virginia can vary significantly depending on the nature of the offense. Certainly, more extreme cases are charged as reckless driving by speed, which is a class 1 misdemeanor. Admittedly, speeding is an infraction rather than a misdemeanor. Even so, a conviction can still carry very serious and lasting consequences including:
- license suspension
- points on your driving record
- high fines
- increased insurance rates
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a serious traffic violation in Virginia. Consequently, a DUI conviction has long lasting consequences. Additionally, it is often a complicated path to trial that can be confusing. More, this process is very stressful for individuals facing these charges. Importantly, an experienced Virginia DUI attorney will help minimize the chance of negative outcome.
Stafford County Traffic Representation
Mattox Law has extensive experience representing individuals charged with a wide variety of traffic violations in this jurisdiction. In the last three years, our firm has represented hundreds of clients in this area. Indeed, Trey has successfully defended these cases providing results that in nearly every instance that avoid a conviction for the traffic misdemeanor or infraction alleged. If you have been charged with a traffic crime or infraction in Stafford, contact Stafford County traffic attorney Trey Mattox today.
Stafford General District Court
15th Judicial District of Virginia
Clerk: Ms. Nicole B. McGuire
Phone – Traffic/Criminal: (540) 658-8935
Phone – Civil: (540) 658-4641
Fax: (540) 658-4834
Clerk’s Office Hours
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
P. O. Box 940
1300 Courthouse Road
The Judicial Center
Stafford, VA 22555-0940
General District Judges
Hon. J. Bruce Strickland, Presiding Judge
Hon. John R. Stevens, Chief Judge
Hon. David B. Caddell Jr.
Hon. Hugh S. Campbell
Hon. John S. Martin
Hon. Richard T. McGrath
Hon. Robert Eric Reibach