Feb 14

Greensville/Emporia 97 MPH Reduced

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reckless Driving in Virginia Has Serious Consequences If convicted of reckless driving, it is a criminal misdemeanor. That is a permanent criminal record that never goes away. You can never expunge it either. In addition, reckless driving at 97 mph can result in jail time and a license suspension. Leavitt & Martin went to court[…]

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Feb 09

Brunswick Virginia Reckless Driving Cases Reduced with NO POINTS

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Brunswick, Virginia Reckless Driving is a Serious Charge Virginia defines reckless driving as anything OVER 80 mph. Therefore, if you were driving 81 miles per hour in a 70 miles per hour zone, then you are technically guilty of reckless driving. The problem is that reckless driving is criminal. It is not a speeding ticket.[…]

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Feb 09

Richmond Underage Possession of Alcohol COMPLETELY DISMISSED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Richmond Underage Alcohol Charge Dismissed Leavitt & Martin specialize in traffic and misdemeanor criminal defense. We have successfully defended over 5000 misdemeanor cases in Virginia. This week, we successfully defended an underage possession of alcohol charge. College students often get charged in Richmond for alcohol possession. It is important to get these cases dismissed. Richmond,[…]

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Feb 09

Chesterfield Reckless Driving 63 mph in 35 mph DISMISSED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Chesterfield reckless driving is a serious matter. Leavitt & Martin specialize in traffic, reckless driving, DUI, and speeding ticket defense.  This week we represented a client in traffic court charged with misdemeanor reckless driving. We prepared the case in such a way that the reckless driving charge was COMPLETELY DISMISSED. Our client didn’t even pay[…]

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Jan 16

Important Case Continued and Why Leavitt & Martin is Different

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Going the Extra Mile for Our Clients When our clients retain us, they do so to get the best outcome possible for their case. The best outcome for any particular judge might vary based on a number of factors such as: speed the officer clocks someone at driving record whether or not there is a[…]

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Jan 16

Dinwiddie Reckless Driving Dismissed

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reckless driving is a criminal misdemeanor. A conviction for reckless driving carries up to 12 months in jail, a fine up to $2500 and a license suspension up to 6 months. In addition, there are demerit points and insurance premium increases. The average increase in premiums is OVER $5000 over 5 years. Most insurance companies[…]

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Jan 04

5 Emporia VA Speeding and Reckless Driving Cases Reduced NO POINTS

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Emporia, VA Speeding Tickets and Reckless Driving Charges are Expensive We recently got hired to represent TWO clients who didn’t think reckless driving was a big deal because it was 81 mph in a 70, just 11 mph over the limit. However, when their states SUSPENDED their license for reckless driving then they thought better[…]

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