Oct 23

Dinwiddie VA Reckless Driving Speeding DISMISSED

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DINWIDDIE RECKLESS DRIVING, TANGIBLE RESULTS I am posting case results from the same exact docket in Dinwiddie at the same speed of 83 mph. Case 1 is a case that Leavitt & Martin got dismissed. Case 2 is a different attorney. Case 3 got the worst result and someone represented themselves. Leavitt & Martin, Dinwiddie[…]

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Oct 22

How to Find a Legal Defense to Virginia Reckless Driving or Speeding

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Reckless Driving or Speeding? You will locate this under the Law Section of your ticket. There are many different Virginia speeding and Virginia reckless driving offenses: DIFFERENT TYPES OF VIRGINIA SPEEDING TICKETS The most commonly charged Virginia speeding law is 46.2-870. But you can see the full list here: FROM 46.2-870 until about 46.2-881. As[…]

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Oct 17

DINWIDDIE RECKLESS DRIVING LAWYER GETS 93 MPH IN 70 DISMISSED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Disclaimer: Every case is unique and past results do not guarantee or predict future results. DINWIDDIE VA RECKLESS DRIVING LAWYER 93 in 70 DISMISSED Recently I went to court for a client charged with driving 93 mph. The judge was definitely not easy. I have seen this judge give up to 10 days in jail[…]

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Oct 16

AMELIA VA RECKLESS DRIVING PASSING TWO ABREAST § 46.2-856

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Virginia Code § 46.2-856 defines Reckless Driving Passing Two Abreast. See the language of the code § 46.2-856. Passing two vehicles abreast. A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who passes or attempts to pass two other vehicles abreast, moving in the same direction, except on highways having separate roadways of three or more lanes[…]

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Oct 13

11 mph over the Speed Limit Can Be a Criminal Misdemeanor in Virginia

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Yes, you read that right. Virginia classifies reckless driving by speed to include driving 20 or more mph over the limit, OR anything OVER 80 mph. Therefore, if you are driving, like many people, in a 70 mph speed zone and you drive 81 mph you have violated this law. The range of punishment for[…]

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Oct 13

Does Reckless Driving in Virginia Leave You with a Criminal Record?

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

The motor vehicle code in Virginia is found under 46.2 but the criminal code is under 18.2. However, the Virginia code reads that reckless driving shall be punishable as a class 1 misdemeanor. So does a conviction for Virginia reckless driving mean you have a criminal record? If you are convicted of reckless driving under[…]

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Sep 26

University Underage Possession of Marijuana and Underage Possession of Alcohol Charges DISMISSED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

We have represented many hundreds, if not thousands of college students over the years charged with offenses ranging from traffic violations to possession of marijuana, alcohol and assault and battery. As a college student preparing to enter the “real world” it is especially important to maintain a clean record. In this economy, employers are scrutinizing[…]

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May 14

Recent Dinwiddie, Virginia Reckless Driving Cases Dismissed

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

*Note that every case is unique and past results do not guarantee or predict future results. Getting stopped for reckless driving or speeding is not going to be the highlight of your day. Once you get ticketed with reckless driving in Virginia you face the following possible consequences: license suspension permanent criminal record that never[…]

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