Greensville County VA Traffic Lawyer
Greensville County is along the Interstate 95 corridor, which generates a high volume of traffic on any given day. The Virginia State Troopers and Greensville County Deputy Sheriffs strictly enforce the traffic laws of this county. In fact, a motorist can be convicted of Reckless Driving for speeding as little as 11 miles per hour over the limit on Interstate 95. This is due to the fact that Virginia law has long classified evidence of speed in excess of 80 miles per hour to be a reckless driving violation. The Code of Virginia also classifies various other driving behaviors as traffic violations. A conviction for any traffic violation can severely jeopardize your freedom, your career, and your driving record. In Virginia, convictions are permanent, will remain on the driving record for several years, and cannot be expunged. Do not miss an opportunity to defend yourself.
If you have been accused of a traffic violation in Greensville County, then you need an accomplished Greensville County VA Traffic Lawyer who defends traffic law cases every day. Many of these traffic law offenses are punishable as criminal offenses as follows:
- Maximum fine of $2,500
- Suspension or Revocation of driving privileges
- Assessment of moving violation demerit points
- Increased automobile insurance premiums
- Employment issues
Successful Greensville County Traffic Lawyer Case Review
Experienced Traffic Attorneys Greensville County
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is an established local law firm that is dedicated to defending clients in the Greensville County Courts who have been accused of violating a traffic law. Our Greensville County Traffic Attorneys have accumulated over 45 years of combined traffic law experience during their careers and are routinely recognized by the legal community for excellence in legal ability and ethical standards. We will examine your Greensville County traffic case in detail and deploy various proven trial strategies during our representation to secure the best possible outcome under the law. We are an “AV Preeminent” rated law firm by Martindale-Hubbell, an organization that has been providing legal rating services for over 100 years. Our law firm has the experience, knowledge and ability you need to help prevent bad things from happening and represent clients as follows:
- Habitual Offender
- Eluding the Police
- Hit & Run-Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Driving Without a Valid License
- Driving on a Suspended or Revoked Driver’s License
- Commercial Driver’s License Violations
- License Restoration
- Aggressive Driving
- Failure to “Move Over” or Yield to Stationary Emergency Vehicle
- Out Of State Drivers
- Moving Violations
- Driving Without Automobile Insurance
Greensville County Traffic Lawyers DUI and Refusal Nolle Prosequi
Our Greensville County traffic lawyers represented a client who was involved in an accident. He was arrested for DUI at the scene of the accident. At the station, our client provided numerous breath samples for the Breath Test machine to analyze. For unknown reasons, the machine would not completely analyze our client’s breath and produce a result. The trooper also charged our client with Refusal.
Our attorneys thoroughly and completely analyzed our client’s case and discovered the breath test evidence flaw in the case. We presented our theory of the case, flaws with the breath test machine in this case, and how the state trooper improperly operated the machine to the Commonwealth Attorney. She agreed with our assessment and legal analysis and dropped or nolle prosequi both allegations against our client.
Exceptional Traffic Lawyers in Greensville County Virginia
A Greensville County traffic violation issued on a Virginia Uniform Summons can either be a misdemeanor or a traffic infraction. Technically, according to Virginia law, traffic infractions are considered “pre-payable” but misdemeanors are not “pre-payable.” “Pre-payable” means the defendant motorist can pay the ticket without having to retain a lawyer and without having to appear in court. CAUTION: If you simply pay the Virginia Uniform Summons, then you will be found guilty of the allegation. It is also important that you actually read the Virginia Uniform Summons before you do anything. There are many instances where the traffic ticket will allege a misdemeanor offense that is often pre-paid by the defendant motorist, only to learn later after it is too late that serious consequences have kicked in. Never pay a ticket without at least consulting a Greensville County Traffic Lawyer first. In most cases, we can resolve our client’s case in a manner that protects them from the harsh penalties of the allegation and can often do so without our client having to return to Greensville County VA for the trial. We work hard for our clients and strive to obtain the best possible result in every case.
Contact us today for a free evaluation of YOUR case!
11/10/2015 | Updated 8/17/2019