Chesterfield County Virginia Lawyers

Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is a BEST LAW FIRM for Chesterfield County VA trial lawyersRiley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law are established Chesterfield County VA trial lawyers. Our attorneys have accumulated over 45 years of collective trial experience. We represent clients before the Chesterfield County Courts every week. Our attorneys are also active members of various legal organizations such as the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. We believe that clients can benefit from our trial practice.

CAUTION: Criminal law is a specialized area of the law and can be very complicated.  The case disposition may forever affect your future. Do not place your trust in a law firm that lacks the necessary experience.

Experienced Criminal Law Trial Attorneys – Chesterfield Virginia

All Chesterfield County criminal cases go through the Chesterfield Courthouse and are presented to a Judge whether there is a trial or a plea

Chesterfield County is the fourth largest municipality in Virginia. The Chesterfield County Police Department of over 500 police officers patrols this 400+ square mile county so aggressively that the county has become known as “Arresterfield’ is some circles. Likewise, the Chesterfield Commonwealth Attorney’s Office is a well run office that knows how to properly prosecute cases. If the prosecution is well represented, shouldn’t you be well represented? We fight for our clients using every resource the law allows to achieve the best possible outcome and consider guilty pleas only when they are in the best interest of our clients. We have earned the respect of local judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officers in Chesterfield County Virginia as skilled trial attorneys who know how to both effectively defend criminal & traffic cases, and who are not afraid to challenge the evidence in tough cases.

Chesterfield County Virginia Trial Lawyer Case Reviews

Fast, easy, friendly staff that didn’t use scare tactics to sell the services. Good all around experience
Kyber Digital - Jay Miller
Kyber Digital - Jay Miller
16:28 10 Oct 19
I was more than happy with how everything was handled from the first phone call all the way the my case. Could not ask for a better team and would definitely recommend using them.
Travis Johnson
Travis Johnson
17:17 08 Oct 19

Recognized Chesterfield County DUI & Reckless Driving Traffic Lawyers

chesterfield county makes a dui arrest and handcuffs the suspect to take to the police station for a breath testDriving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is taken very seriously by the authorities in Chesterfield County. In fact, Chesterfield was recognized for making more DUI arrests than both Richmond City & Henrico County COMBINED. The DUI law can be very complex, and the consequences of a conviction can be extremely serious and life-changing, such as mandatory minimum jail sentences, loss of driving privileges and rigorous treatment programs. We understand this and believe that now is the time for a trusted, respected advocate to take charge of your case and not the time to lecture you about your decision making. Our Chesterfield County Defense Lawyers have successfully defended hundreds of DUI cases – even in situations where a blood or breath test registered above the legal limit.

Chesterfield VA 18.2-272 Driving While Suspended DISMISSED

driving on a suspended driver's license is a serious offense particularly if the suspension is due to a DUI conviction

Chesterfield County Suspended License DISMISSED

Our Chesterfield County Traffic Lawyers represented a client who was accused of driving while having a suspended driver’s license due to a prior DUI conviction pursuant to Va. Code 18.2-272. The Chesterfield Judges and Commonwealth’s Attorney take such allegations very seriously. This law makes it illegal for any person who drives a motor vehicle during the time for which he was deprived of the right to do so after being convicted of an offense set forth in subsection E of § 18.2-270, or by § 18.2-271 or 46.2-391.2, or after his license has been revoked pursuant to § 46.2-389 or 46.2-391, or in violation of the terms of a restricted license.  This type of allegation can often trigger an active jail sentence and will automatically trigger a loss of driving privileges for an additional 12 months with no option for restricted driving privileges if convicted. In this case, we prepared various pieces of mitigating evidence and were successful with various motions that eventually led to the case being dismissed.

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11/10/2015 | Updated 10/14/2019