Prince George VA Reckless Driving Lawyer

Prince George County VA Reckless Driving Prince George County Virginia is considered part of the Richmond-Petersburg Metropolitan Area. Interstates 95 & 295, as well as a long stretch of speed trap Route 460, pass through this county. The Virginia State Police and Prince George County authorities routinely patrol these major highways and issue reckless driving tickets every day. In fact, a motorist can be convicted of Reckless Driving for speeding as little as 11 miles per hour over the limit if the speed evidence is 81 miles per hour in a 70 mile per hour speed zone according to Virginia law. If you have been ticketed or arrested for Reckless Driving in Prince George County VA, then you need an experienced Prince George VA Reckless Driving Traffic Lawyer. A Virginia reckless driving conviction is permanent, cannot be expunged & can severely negatively affect you in many other ways.

CAUTION: A reckless driving conviction will on average increase the automobile insurance premium by 73% or $1,046 EACH YEAR, according to a study conducted by

Reckless Driving in the Commonwealth of Virginia is classified as a Class One Misdemeanor criminal offense and is punishable as follows:

  • Maximum 12 months in jail
  • Maximum $2,500 fine
  • Loss of driving privileges
  • Assessment of moving violation demerit points
  • Automobile Insurance Rate Increases
  • Community Service
  • Driver Improvement Programs
  • Potential Employment Problems

Experienced Reckless Driving Defense Attorneys Prince George VA

reckless driving trials in prince george are heard before the prince george courthouseRiley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law possess over 45 years of combined reckless driving traffic law experience and are routinely recognized by legal publications such as Virginia Super Lawyers for our superb legal ability and high ethical standards. We are the skilled Prince George County Reckless Driving Lawyers that clients who take their driving records seriously want representing them. We examine every case and use every resource the law allows to secure our clients the best possible outcome under the law. Contact an experienced Prince George VA Reckless Driving Attorney who regularly practices reckless driving law and who has an established working relationship with the Prince George Judges, prosecutors & law enforcement officers.

Prince George County Reckless Driving Attorney Client Review

Out of Town Speeding Shocker! 5.0 stars Posted by Chris September 19, 2014 We live in New York and I was driving the family down to Myrtle Beach. I received a speeding ticket for driving 85mph in a 70mph zone going around Richmond. The officer mentioned that over 80mph was considered reckless driving in VA. This stuck in the back of my mind. After contacting the court, I was shocked to find out that the charge of Reckless Driving is a Class 1 Misdemeanor. I decided to hire an attorney and went to AVVO. After reading the reviews I decided to go with Mitchell Wells. I called him and he could not have been nicer or more knowledgeable. His team makes the process simple and puts your nerves at ease. The outcome was a defective equipment, no points, non-moving traffic infraction. It is tough to find an out of town lawyer. This is the guy you should use!

Prince George County Reckless Driving Speeding Attorneys

Prince George VA Reckless Driving Speeding Lawyers can assist you with your prince george case

Prince George Reckless Driving Speeding Ticket

The Virginia Reckless Driving Speeding law pursuant to Va. Code 46.2-862 is the most enforced reckless driving provision in Prince George County. Virginia state law says that a person shall be guilty of reckless driving if 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. We defend this type of reckless driving allegation in the Prince George 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. In most cases, our clients have avoided a reckless driving conviction.

NOTE: An Allegation is NOT a Conviction

Additionally, the Code of Virginia has over 25 other sections pertaining to reckless driving as follows:

  • 46.2-852 General recklessness
  • 46.2-853 Fail to maintain proper control
  • 46.2-854 Passing on a grade or on a curve
  • 46.2-855 Drive with view obstructed/control impaired
  • 46.2-856 Passing two vehicles abreast
  • 46.2-857 Driving two abreast in a single lane
  • 46.2-858 Passing at a railroad grade crossing
  • 46.2-859 Passing a stopped school bus
  • 46.2-860 Failing to give proper signals
  • 46.2-861 Driving too fast for conditions
  • 46.2-861.1 Failure to “Move Over” or Yield to Stationary Emergency Vehicle
  • 46.2-863 Failure to yield
  • 46.2-864 Recklessness on parking lots, etc
  • 46.2-865 Racing
  • 46.2-865.1 Injuring or causing death of another while racing; penalties
  • 46.2-866 Racing; aiders or abettors
  • 46.2-867 Racing; seizure of motor vehicle
  • 46.2-868.1 Aggressive Driving
  • 46.2-869. Improper driving
  • 46.2-878.1. Maximum speed limits in highway work zones
  • 46.2-829. Approaching, overtaking or passing an emergency vehicle
  • 46.2-392. Suspension of driver’s license upon conviction
  • 46.2-393. Suspended & restricted driver’s licenses
  • 46.2-394. Revocation for Fourth conviction
  • 46.2-396. Suspension of license for reckless driving resulting in death
  • 46.2-396.1 Suspended & restricted driver’s licenses for cases resulting in death

Prince George Reckless Driving Speeding 100/70 mph REDUCED

our prince george reckless driving attorneys successfully defended a client charged with reckless driving due to traveling 100 miles per hour

Prince George Reckless Driving 100 mph REDUCED

Our Prince George County VA reckless driving attorneys represented a client from Fairfax who was charged with a misdemeanor reckless driving allegation of speeding 100/70 mph on Interstate 295. Our client was terrified about being sentenced to a term of incarceration. [NOTE: Any case involving speed evidence of 100 miles per hour can very possibly trigger a jail sentence] After reviewing our clients case, it appeared that the state trooper’s evidence of speed was accurate, but we were able to present other evidence to mitigate the allegation and convinced the Judge to reduce the allegation. Our client was happy to avoid a jail sentence and a career ending misdemeanor conviction.

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11/10/2015 | Updated 7/10/2019