Henrico VA Traffic Lawyer
Henrico County Police and State Troopers aggressively enforce the traffic laws in Henrico VA. The State Troopers patrol the Interstates and the county police typically patrol the county. The Virginia Motor Vehicle Code classifies traffic offenses. A traffic offense can either be a felony, a misdemeanor, or a traffic infraction. The most serious offenses are felonies. Most traffic tickets are for infractions, but some are actually criminal misdemeanors. It is always a good idea to consult a traffic attorney for any traffic law violation.
CAUTION: A Henrico VA Traffic Violation may increase the automobile insurance premium by as much as 79% depending on the offense according to Insurance.com
Experienced Henrico County VA Traffic Law Attorney
Riley & Wells is a prestigious local Henrico County VA law firm. Our lawyers have been representing clients before the Henrico Courts for decades. Our attorneys have accumulated over 45 years of collective traffic law experience. Our firm has been recognized by the legal community for superior legal ability and high ethical standards. We can help prevent bad things from happening to our clients. We examine every case in detail. Our goal is to secure each client the best possible outcome. We offer free no-obligation initial consultations.
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Traffic Law Penalties if Convicted – Henrico County VA
- Fines up to $2,500
- Incarceration for felony & misdemeanors
- Loss of driving privileges
- Moving violation demerit points
- Increased automobile insurance premiums
- Potential employment issues
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law Can Defend Any Henrico VA Traffic Violation
- Habitual offender
- Eluding the police
- Hit & Run
- No valid driver’s license
- Fail yield to emergency vehicle
- Driving revoked 18.-272
- Suspended driver’s license
- Commercial driver violations
- Reckless driving
- No automobile insurance
- Handheld cellphone use while driving
Petition Henrico Circuit Court to Restore Virginia Driving Privileges
Convictions for certain offenses will revoke Virginia driving privileges. This can be the case with certain DUI convictions or from an old Habitual Offender revocation. In most cases, a driving privilege revocation will require that a Petition to Restore Driving Privileges be filed and argued before the Henrico County Circuit Court. We frequently represent clients with this Petition. A common scenario involves a petitioner from another state whose Virginia driving privileges were revoked by the Henrico Circuit Court.
Henrico County DUI Related Drive Suspended Nolle Prosqui
Va. code 18.2-272 is one of the more serious suspended driver offenses. It typically involves driving when prohibited due to a prior DUI conviction. It can also stem from driving in violation of a restricted license. Either way, it is a serious offense with serious penalties. Only a professional Henrico VA Traffic Attorney can protect your interests.
Henrico DUI REDUCED Possession Marijuana Accident Nolle Prosqui
In this case, our client was charged with Possession of Marijuana, DUI, Refusal, & Fail to Secure Load. We analyzed the client’s case. It was our opinion that there were weaknesses in the prosecution’s intoxication evidence. Additionally, there were issues related to the search & seizure of the plant material being illegal. We were able to successfully resolve our client’s case. The DUI was reduced to reckless driving and all the other cases were nolle prosqui or dismissed.
Henrico Reckless Driving Speeding DISMISSED
In this case, our Henrico County traffic lawyers represented an out-of-state client. The allegation involved speeding over 85 mph. Our client was charged with reckless driving speeding according to Va. Code 46.2-862. Reckless driving in Virginia is a criminal misdemeanor. We were able to represent and protect the client without her having to return for court. In many instances, we can prevail with a motion to waive our client’s appearance. We convinced the Court to dismiss the case.
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11/10/2015 | Updated 5/20/2021