Sep 15

Danger of Not Contesting Reckless Driving Charge

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

What follows is part of a blog post published on the Washington Post that highlights the dangers in not treating a Reckless Driving by Speed charge seriously: “Meet Kenny Johnson. In February, he was driving with a friend to a funeral in North Carolina. While in southern Virginia, his companion got a little antsy and[…]

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Sep 07

Texting While Driving in Virginia

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

Virginia drivers take caution. Texting while driving in Virginia will now be considered a primary offense. The law has been a secondary offense, which means the police cannot pull you over ONLY for texting while driving. However, starting Monday it will become a primary offense and the police can pull you over for this offense[…]

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Aug 29

A Note About Fees for Reckless Driving

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Blog

People frequently ask me what my fee is. Sometimes it is the first question they ask. I understand that it is important, especially in this economy, to be discerning about how we spend our money. However, if the first thing out of the mouth of a potential client is “what do you charge?” it is[…]

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