Mar 16

Is Reckless Driving a Felony or a Misdemeanor in Virginia

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Short Answer: Usually a Misdemeanor, but Sometimes a Felony Disclaimer: Every case is unique and case results depend on a number of factors unique to each case. Past results do not guarantee or predict future results. Reckless Driving is Almost Always a Class 1 Criminal Misdemeanor Virginia law punishes Reckless Driving as a class 1[…]

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Mar 15

Emporia Va Speeding Ticket Lawyer Cases Reduced No Points

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Emporia Virginia Speeding Ticket Disclaimer: Every case is unique and hinges on a number of factors unique to each case. Case results vary and past results do not guarantee or predict future results. Recently we had two very different cases of Emporia, VA speeding tickets that we represented in court. They were very different because[…]

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Mar 15

Dinwiddie, Virginia Reckless Driving Dismissed With Bad Record

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SOMETIMES BY BEING PROACTIVE YOU CAN GET A BETTER RESULT Disclaimer: Every case is unique and hinges on factors unique to each case. Past results do not guarantee or predict future results. Dinwiddie, Virginia reckless driving client charged with reckless driving by speed, 84/70 Driving record reflected recent tickets One of the prior convictions was[…]

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Mar 14

Hopewell Virginia Reckless Driving 10 Cases Reduced

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Hopewell, Virginia Reckless Driving by Speed and Speeding What is the Difference Between Reckless Driving by Speed and Speeding? Virginia law classifies reckless driving by speed as a criminal misdemeanor. It in theory carries up to one year in jail, a license suspension up to six months, and a fine up to $2500. Virginia law[…]

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Mar 14

Sussex Virginia Reckless Driving Lawyer Gets Cases Reduced

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

SUSSEX VIRGINIA RECKLESS DRIVING IS A MISDEMEANOR If you received a Sussex, Virginia Reckless Driving summons you are charged with a criminal misdemeanor. People have described this as a speeding ticket on steroids. A conviction gives you a criminal record. The consequences of that can be far reaching and long lasting because in Virginia you[…]

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Mar 13

Brunswick, VA Reckless Driving and Speeding Ticket Lawyer

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BRUNSWICK, VIRGINIA RECKLESS DRIVING SPEEDING TICKET LAWYER Disclaimer: Every case is unique and hinges on a number of factors unique to each case. Past results do not guarantee or predict future results. DO YOU HAVE A BRUNSWICK, VA RECKLESS DRIVING OR SPEEDING TICKET? Reckless driving in Brunswick, VA is considered a class 1 criminal misdemeanor.[…]

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Mar 13

Dinwiddie Virginia Speeding and Reckless Driving Lawyer

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Dinwiddie, VA Reckless Driving Lawyer and Speeding Lawyer Do you have a Dinwiddie, Virginia speeding or reckless driving charge? Last week in Dinwiddie Virginia traffic court I had five cases. Four of the five cases were dismissed and one case was reduced. Dinwiddie, Virginia Speeding Ticket and Reckless Driving Cases Dismissed Disclaimer: Every case is[…]

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Mar 07

Reckless Definition: Reckless Driving in Virginia

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Virginia Reckless Driving So you have been charged with what you think is a speeding ticket in Virginia, but the ticket says reckless driving. What does that mean? The Reckless definition in Virginia usually means reckless driving by speed. There are many reckless driving laws in Virginia but the most commonly cited is reckless driving[…]

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Mar 07

SUSSEX VIRGINIA 100 MPH SUSSEX CASE REDUCED

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HIGH SPEED SUSSEX CASE REDUCED 100 MPH in 70 Every case is truly unique. In Virginia jail time is common once you reach 100 mph. In addition, the judges frequently will suspend your privilege to drive. However, sometimes judges can be convinced to reduce these types of cases. SUSSEX CASE REDUCED! In this case my[…]

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Mar 07

AVOID JAIL OVER 120 MPH RECKLESS DRIVING IN VIRGINIA NO JAIL

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THREE CASES IN THREE JURISDICTIONS 120 MPH OR GREATER NO JAIL Driving 120 MPH or Greater Usually Results in Jail Time in Virginia Disclaimer: Every case is unique and each case result depends on a number of factors unique to each case. Past results cannot guarantee or predict future results. In fact, each one of[…]

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