Nov 06

Halloween Was Not So Scary for my 12 Clients in Greensville/Emporia Traffic Court who had their Cases Reduced

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

12 Greensville/Emporia, Virginia Reckless Driving and Speeding Cases Reduced Halloween was scary this year for some people. However, I had 12 clients in Greensville/Emporia, Va traffic court with speeding and reckless driving charges and every client got their case reduced. I personally handled each case and my clients were better prepared than any other traffic[…]

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Oct 28

VCU Underage Possession of Alcohol Richmond, Virginia Case Dismissed

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Richmond, Virginia Underage Possession of Alcohol is a Misdemeanor If convicted, the charge is a criminal misdemeanor and can leave you with the following:  permanent criminal record fine up to $2500, minimum of $500 or 50 hours of community service jail sentence up to one year license suspension up to one year ASAP alcohol and[…]

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Oct 27

Chesterfield, Virginia Reckless Speeding Dismissed

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Chesterfield, VA Traffic Lawyer Gets Reckless Speeding Ticket Dismissed Reckless driving by speed is like a speeding ticket on steroids. The DIRECT consequences of reckless driving are potentially far more severe than simple speeding. Let’s take a look: Direct Consequences of Simple Speeding versus Reckless Driving by Speed Simple Speeding punished as a traffic infraction[…]

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Oct 27

Chesterfield Speeding Ticket Dismissed, No Fine and No Court Costs

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Chesterfield, Virginia Speeding Tickets can be Costly In addition to the costs of your fine and court costs, you can often have the following consequences: points on your license expensive insurance increases employment consequences license suspension for certain offenses or for accumulation of points See the Following Chesterfield Speeding Ticket that was Dismissed This case[…]

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Oct 27

Chesterfield, Virginia Reckless Driving Accident Dismissed

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Chesterfield, VA Reckless Driving Accident Lawyer Gets Case Dismissed Law enforcement in Virginia commonly write reckless driving charges whenever there is an accident. The two most commonly charged reckless driving laws in Virginia are: § 46.2-852. Reckless driving; general rule. Irrespective of the maximum speeds permitted by law, any person who drives a vehicle on[…]

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Oct 27

Hopewell, Virginia Traffic Lawyer Reduces Three Reckless Driving Speeding Cases

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reckless Speeding in Hopewell, Virginia is Serious Reckless driving is a class 1 misdemeanor. As such, it carries the possibility of: jail time (0-12 months) significant fine ($0-2500) loss of employment (people with security clearances, CDL drivers, military, anyone in finance subject to criminal checks, school personnel) insurance issues (insurance companies frequently drop people from[…]

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