The Virginia State Troopers in Henrico County aggressively enforce the speed limit on Interstates 95 & 295 and the Henrico Police enforce the speed limit throughout the county. Some people don’t think they need an Henrico VA Speeding Ticket Attorney to assist them with their speeding ticket. This may be true in certain instances, but an experienced attorney can insure that your rights are protected, that you are not intimidated in the courtroom and that you increase your chances of securing a better result than you would be able to obtain for yourself, with fewer points, a lower fine and less hassle. In many instances, the Henrico VA Speeding Ticket Attorney can successfully resolve the case with the motorist having to appear in court. We examine and analyze every case in detail and use proven strategies to best defend your particular situation. Increase your chances of successfully dealing with your Henrico VA speeding ticket by contacting us today for a free initial consultation.
Henrico County Speeding Ticket Defense Lawyer
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is a local law firm that is dedicated to representing clients who have been accused of speed related offenses in the Henrico Courts. Our attorneys have accumulated over 45 years of combined traffic law experience and have recognized by the legal community for superior legal ability. A Henrico VA Speeding Ticket is probably the most common type of traffic violation in Henrico VA and a conviction can negatively affect you in many ways:
46.2-872 Maximum Speed Limits for Vehicles Under Special Permits
46.2-873 Speeding in a School Zone or at a School Crossing
46.2-873.1 Maximum Speed Limit on Nonsurface Treated Highways
46.2-873.2 Maximum Speed Limit on Rural Rustic Roads
46.2-874 Speeding in a Business or Residential District
46.2-875 Maximum Speed Limit on Certain Other Highways
46.2-877 Minimum Speed Limits (Impeding the Flow of Traffic)
46.2-878 Authority to Change Speed Limits
46.2-878.1 Speeding in a Highway Work Zone
46.2-878.2 Maximum Speed Limits in Certain Residential Districts
46.2-881 Speeding on Bridges, Tunnels and Interstates
46.2-947 Speeding Within Highway Safety Corridor
Henrico County VA Reckless Driving Speeding Ticket Attorneys
The most serious type of speeding ticket is the misdemeanor reckless driving speeding ticket. Virginia law states that a person shall be guilty of reckless driving for driving a motor vehicle at a speed of 20 miles per hour or more above the speed limit OR in excess of 80 miles per hour regardless of the speed limit pursuant to Va. Code 46.2-862. It can be hard to believe, especially for licensed driver’s from other states, but you can be convicted of misdemeanor reckless driving for a speeding ticket alleging 81 miles per hour in a 70 mph speed zone in Henrico VA. As a matter of fact, this law is perhaps the most frequently enforced reckless driving provision, and is frequently enforced by Virginia State Troopers & Henrico County Police patrolling Interstates 95, 295 & 64, as well as throughout Henrico County. We defend this type of speeding ticket in the Henrico County VA courts every week and know how to best protect our clients. The facts of each case can vary, but we have the knowledge and expertise to select the best defenses and arguments for your particular circumstances.
Speeding Ticket Defense – Henrico VA
The Virginia State Troopers & Henrico Police who issue speeding tickets in Henrico VA usually calculate your speed accurately and can often prove their case at trial. Accordingly, we often find it in the best interests of our clients to use other various strategies to successfully navigate each case thru the Henrico courts to achieve the best possible result. However, that is not always possible, due to either allegations of extremely high speeds, cases involving poor driving records, or other various incidents that may block such a resolution. In those situations, you will need an accomplished Henrico VA Speeding Ticket Lawyer to fight your speeding ticket and challenge the evidence against you. We have a clear understanding of Virginia speeding laws, traffic court procedures, procedural and technical defenses, and law enforcement methods of detecting speed such as: RADAR, LIDAR, VASCAR, Aerial Speed Measurement, and use of a police vehicle with a calibrated speedometer.