Feb 10

Chesterfield – Speeding Ticket Dismissed

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Ticket for 19 mph over the speed limit in Chesterfield, VA, dismissed!Today in Chesterfield General District Court, Traffic Court, I approached the bench to defend my client who was facing a speeding ticket of 79/60 which she had received from the Virginia State Police while driving in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Fortunately, in this case, the[…]

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Nov 20

HOPEWELL – DISMISSED RECKLESS DRIVING CHARGE

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Dismissed Reckless Driving Ticket in Hopewell, Virginia Today, in Hopewell General District Court, I was able to get my client’s reckless driving charge completely dismissed. A dismissal is not a common occurence in a Reckless Driving case. When they do occur, it is very beneficial to the defendant. Typically, reckless driving charges are only dismissed[…]

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Nov 17

DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VA ACCIDENT CHARGE DISMISSED

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Failure to Maintain Control; Accident Ticket Dismissed in Dinwiddie, Virginia Today in Dinwiddie County General District Court, I represented a client who was charged with a misdemeanor after he was involved in an accident in Dinwiddie County, VA. Typically, an officer will ticket the individual “who he thinks” is at fault in the event of[…]

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Nov 07

VIRGINIA ASSAULT AND BATTERY CASE DISMISSED

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Misdemeanor Assault and Battery Charge Dismissed in Hopewell, VirginiaToday in Hopewell General District Court, my client was charged with a misdemeanor assault under the Code of Virginia section 18.2-57 which states: “§ 18.2-57. Assault and battery. A. Any person who commits a simple assault or assault and battery is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.”[…]

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Oct 27

HOPEWELL, VA: 93/70 RECKLESS DRIVING TICKET REDUCED

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High Speed Reckless Driving Ticket (93/70) Reduced to an Infraction in Hopewell, Virginia When charged with driving over 90 mph in Hopewell, it is at times the court policy in Hopewell, VA to give the defendant a day in jail or suspend his/her license. In the Commonwealth of Virginia, speeds over 90 are considered very[…]

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Oct 24

HOPEWELL – THREE FELONY CHARGES DISMISSED

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Three Felony Charges Dismissed: Breaking and Entering, Attempted Robbery, and Use of Firearm While Committing a Felony Breaking and Entering, Code of Virginia section § 18.2-90: “Entering dwelling house, etc., with intent to commit murder, rape, robbery or arson; penalty. If any person in the nighttime enters without breaking or in the daytime breaks and[…]

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Oct 13

HOPEWELL – DISMISSED DWI (DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED)

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Dismissed DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) Charge; Dismissed DUIToday in Hopewell General District Court, I represented a client charged with a DWI, 1st Offense charge. The client was charged under the Code of Virginia section 18.2-266 which states: § 18.2-266. Driving motor vehicle, engine, etc., while intoxicated, etc. It shall be unlawful for any person to[…]

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Sep 24

HOPEWELL – DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE AND SPEEDING TICKET

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Dismissed Driving with a Suspended License Charge; Reduced Speeding Ticket in Hopewell, Virginia I represented a client today who was facing two charges in Hopewell General District Court: Driving With a Suspended License (“Driv Under Revo/Suspension”) and a Speeding ticket of 50/35. The most serious of these two charges is the Driving on a Suspended[…]

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Jul 13

HOPEWELL – DISMISSED DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED CHARGE

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Dismissed Driving While Suspended Charge in Hopewell, Virginia Today in Hopewell Traffic Court, I represented a client charged with “Driving with a Suspened license (46.2-301) in Hopewell, Virginia. “Driving uner suspension” is defined in the Code of Virginia as: “§ 46.2-301. Driving while license, permit, or privilege to drive suspended or revoked. B. Except as[…]

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