Feb 14

DINWIDDIE – DISMISSED RECKLESS DRIVING CHARGE

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Dismissed Reckless Driving Ticket in Dinwiddie County, Virginia Today in Dinwiddie General District Court, my client was found not guilty after a trial in Dinwiddie Traffic Court. By being found not guilty, he avoided possible jail time, a large fine, license suspension, and points on his driving record. Reckless driving dismissals don’t happen every day.[…]

Read More
Dec 21

CHESTERFIELD DISMISSED POSSESSION CHARGES

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

UNDERAGE POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL DISMISSED “Possession of Controlled Substance” Charge in Chesterfield County, Virginia.In Chesterfield County General District Court, I finalized the Commonwealth’s case against my client who was charged with both Underage Possession of Alcohol and Possession of a Controlled Substance. The client, who faced a possibility of 2 years in jail, was able[…]

Read More
Sep 18

EMPORIA 94 IN A 70 TICKET REDUCED TO DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT, NO POINTS

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reduced 94/70 Reckless Driving Ticket in Emporia, Virginia NO POINTSTypically, if someone is ticketed for going over 90 mph, he/she is realistically facing a possible short jail sentence or license suspension depending on factors such as the jurisdiction it is in as well as the client’s driving record. A considerably good outcome at a speed[…]

Read More
Jul 05

CHESTERFIELD REDUCED “DWI” CHARGE

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reduced “DWI” (Driving While Intoxicated) Charge in Chesterfield County, VAToday in Chesterfield General District Court, I represented a client faced with a serious DWI charge. In Virginia, DWI’s are a Class 1 misdemeanor which can carry up to a year in jail and/or a $2500 fine. The penalty for a DWI is dependent on your[…]

Read More
Jun 18

HOPEWELL – PETITE LARCENY CHARGE DISMISSED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Hopewell, Virginia: Petit Larceny Misdemeanor Dismissed Today in Hopewell General District Court, I represented a client charged with Petit Larceny which is written in the Code of Virginia under section 18.2-96. which states: “Any Person Who: Commits simple larceny not from the person of another of goods and chattels of the value of less than[…]

Read More
Jun 18

HOPEWELL – DISMISSED POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA CHARGE

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Client Charged with Possession of Marijuana in Virginia Found Not Guilty Possession of Marijuana in Virginia is a considered a very serious charge. Punishment is dependent on factors such as the amount you are caught with as well as whether or not you are a repeat offender. In some cases, the judge will offer a[…]

Read More
Jun 05

PETERSBURG REDUCED RECKLESS DRIVING TICKET

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reckless Driving Ticket Reduced in Petersburg, Virginia Today in Petersburg Traffic Court, I represented a client charged with Reckless Driving (Code of Virginia 46.2-862) in Petersburg, Virginia. I was able to get his charge reduced to a non-moving violation called Defective Equipment which carries no points on your driving record. If you have received a[…]

Read More
May 21

HOPEWELL – CONCEAL MERCHANDISE DISMISSED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Conceal/Price Alter Merchandise Charge Dismissed in Hopewell, Virginia Today in Hopewell General District Court, I represented client charged under Code of Virginia 18.2-103(i) which states: “§ 18.2-103. Concealing or taking possession of merchandise; altering price tags; transferring goods from one container to another; counseling, etc., another in performance of such acts. Whoever, without authority, with[…]

Read More
Apr 02

CHESTERFIELD RECKLESS DRIVING TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS CHARGE DISMISSED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reckless Driving “Too Fast for Conditions” Charge Dismissed in ChesterfieldReckless Driving “Too Fast for Conditions” is defined in the Code of Viriginia in section 46.2-861 and states: § 46.2-861. Driving too fast for highway and traffic conditions. A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who exceeds a reasonable speed under the circumstances and traffic[…]

Read More
Mar 28

RECKLESS DRIVING TICKET IN BRUNSWICK VA REDUCED

Posted by Daniel Leavitt in Case Results

Reckless Driving Ticket (88/70) ReducedToday in Brunswick County Traffic Court, the judge agreed to reduce my clients Reckless Driving charge from 88/70 Reckless Driving to a Speeding infraction of 79/70. As a result of this reduction, the client: Avoided a misdemeanor conviction Avoided possible license suspension and jail time Lessened the negative impact on her[…]

Read More