Dec 12

Personalized Approach for Better Results

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

What Makes Your Firm Different? At Leavitt & Martin, we do things differently because we find our approach leads to the best results. Here is what sets us apart: 1.  Daniel Leavitt & Corey Martin are the only two attorneys at Leavitt & Martin Clients want an expert to handle their case. Daniel Leavitt and[…]

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Dec 03

Pay Traffic Ticket and Pay Traffic Ticket Online

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

How to Pay a Ticket Online? If you have a speeding ticket in Virginia, and you want to pay your speeding ticket in VA online, then there is a way to do that. In Virginia, you cannot pay reckless driving tickets online, because reckless driving is a criminal misdemeanor and it is not a “prepayable”[…]

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Dec 03

Reckless Driving Virginia Fine Amounts

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

What is the Fine for Reckless Driving in Virginia? On the one hand, this is a very simple question to answer. The short answer is, $0-2500. That is correct, your fine could be as low as $0 or as high as $2500. There is a Virginia “prepayment” of fine schedule, but it does NOT apply[…]

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Dec 03

Virginia Speeding Ticket Points

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

How Many Points Does a Speeding Ticket Have in Virginia? The answer to this question depends on a number of different considerations: what you are convicted of, AND what state you are licensed in What Are You Charged With, or What Were You Convicted Of? Many people call me and say they have a speeding[…]

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Nov 16

Emporia Virginia Reckless Driving We Put Client Results First

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Emporia, VA Reckless Driving Lawyers Versus the Competition Why should I hire you? What makes you different? These are questions I frequently get. Leavitt & Martin is willing to spend more time on cases to get better results. In Emporia traffic court this week there was a substitute judge. The judge was giving results which[…]

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Nov 12

Man Charged with Killing Virginia Cyclist Has History of Reckless Driving, Eluding Police, and Ignoring the Law

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Police Arrest Man in Connection with Cyclist’s Death York-Poquoson Sheriff’s office stated that officers arrested Alexander Michael Crosby Friday night and charged him with involuntary manslaughter, reckless driving, and leaving the scene of an accident. Brian Utne was a long time cyclist and active in the community. There was a memorial ride in his honor[…]

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Nov 10

Can You Go to Jail for Speeding?

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

You Can Go to Jail for Speeding   Speeding is a general term that covers both traffic infractions as well as reckless driving. Reckless driving has been in the news quite a bit due to professional football players getting reckless driving charges. New York Giants backup quarterback Kyle Lauletta faces serious charges in New York[…]

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Nov 09

Wisconsin Is Deliberately Hiding Evidence That Would Help Exonerate Steven Avery from Making a Murderer

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Wisconsin Law Enforcement Framed Steven Avery Recent investigation by Wisconsin law enforcement has possibly turned up new evidence in the Steven Avery case. Despite this, Wisconsin is fighting Kathleen Zellner’s attempt to obtain the evidence. Wisconsin seems dedicated and committed to burying the truth. Before discussing new evidence let’s do a quick recap of the[…]

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Nov 06

Quality Representation Makes a Difference in the Results

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Many Law Firms do not Provide Quality Representation for Traffic Cases I am in traffic court almost every day. I have been practicing law for over 8 years and I have successfully defended thousands of clients with traffic matters. I frequently see poor representation. Some of the common mistakes I see fall into one of[…]

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