Experienced Abingdon VA Traffic Lawyer • 1400+ Client Reviews
Do you need a dedicated Abingdon VA Traffic Lawyer to review your case? Virginia Super Lawyers Riley & Wells successfully defend traffic cases. Abingdon VA is the largest town and county seat of Washington County. Law enforcement in the Abingdon VA area is dedicated to strictly enforcing traffic laws. Most of the enforcement comes from the law enforcement officers that patrol Interstate 81 & U.S. Route 11. An accomplished Abingdon VA Traffic Lawyer can present the best defense for your traffic violation.
CAUTION: Do not plead guilty to any traffic violation without first consulting an experienced lawyer. An Abingdon VA Traffic Violation may increase the automobile insurance premium by as much as 79% depending on the offense according to Insurance.com
Best Traffic Defense Attorneys Abingdon VA
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is an established law firm that represents clients accused of Abingdon VA traffic violations. Our attorneys have accumulated over 60 years of collective traffic law experience and are routinely recognized by the legal community for excellence in legal ability and ethical standards. Our firm has been recognized as a “Best Law Firm” and holds an “AV Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell for the highest ethical standards and legal excellence.
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Traffic Law Representation – General District Court
Virginia traffic violations are classified as either a felony, misdemeanor, or traffic infraction. Reckless driving, DUI, and speeding are some of the more popularly enforced traffic violations. Penalties may include incarceration, loss of driving privileges & excessive fines. Our traffic law attorneys will examine your case in detail and determine the best defense strategy. Our goal is to secure each client the best possible outcome according to the law and facts of the case. We have the experience to protect you.
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law Defend Abingdon VA Traffic Violations
Eluding the Police
Hit & Run
No Valid Driver’s License
- Fail to Yield to Emergency Vehicle
- Commercial Driver Violations
- License Restoration
- Out Of State Driver
- Handheld Cellphone while Driving
- Fail to “Move Over”
- Speeding Ticket
- Moving Violations
- No Automobile Insurance
- Suspended Driver’s License
Suspended Revoked Driver’s License Traffic Defense
Driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license is a Virginia traffic law violation. There are various driver license classification offenses that range from No Valid Driver’s License to being revoked DUI related. Most offenses are misdemeanor violations. Abingdon Police enforce these driver license offenses. Our traffic attorneys routinely represent clients who was charged with these types of offenses. We specialize is defending these cases. Let us review your case. We can help!
Abingdon VA Fail to Move Over/Yield Stationary Emergency Vehicle
Failure to yield to a stationary emergency vehicle is illegal in Virginia pursuant to Va. Code 46.2-861.1. In most instances, it is a reckless driving violation. The law is more commonly known as the “Move Over” law. Many drivers have no idea this is even a law with harsh consequences. This offense can happen before you know it while driving on in Southwest Virginia on U.S. Route 11 if not paying attention. We represent clients accused of this offense. Our lawyers will present your best defense.
Reckless Driving Speeding NOT GUILTY Verdict
Our traffic attorneys represent clients charged with reckless driving by speed cases every week. Many of the cases that appear before the General District Court in Abingdon are based on traffic stops from I-81 & Route 11. Reckless driving is frequently the charge. Many people do not understand the severity of reckless driving allegations and think it is just like any other traffic summons. Our attorneys know how to best present each client’s case. Consult a specialist. Our goal is simple – secure the best possible result.
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7/22/2021 | Updated 4/30/2023