Top Lawrenceville VA Reckless Driving Lawyers • 1500+ Client Reviews
Reckless driving in Lawrenceville VA is serious business. The Virginia State Troopers and Lawrenceville Police Officers strictly the reckless driving laws. Reckless driving in Virginia is a criminal misdemeanor offense. A reckless driving conviction is permanent, cannot be expunged, and can negatively affect you in many ways. It can be hard to believe, but a motorist can be convicted of criminal misdemeanor reckless driving for driving 86 mph on Interstate 85 in Lawrenceville VA. CAUTION: A Lawrenceville VA reckless driving conviction will on average increase the automobile insurance premium by 73% according to Insurance.com
Experienced Reckless Driving Defense Attorneys Lawrenceville VA
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is an established local Lawrenceville VA law firm. Our lawyers possess over 60 years of experience defending reckless driving cases. We are a recognized “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report. Our attorneys maintain the highest ratings for superior legal ability and ethical standards. We will examine your case in detail. We use various strategies and every resource the law allows to secure our client the best possible outcome. Contact us if you are serious about your case.
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Penalties for a VA Reckless Driving Conviction
- Maximum 12 months in jail
- Maximum $2,500 fine
- Loss of driving privileges
- Permanent criminal conviction
Lawrenceville VA Reckless Driving Speeding Attorneys
Virginia is one of the strictest states for Reckless Driving Speeding. Excessive speeding pursuant to Va. Code 46.2-862 is the most enforced Virginia reckless driving law. This law makes it illegal to drive over 85 mph or drive 20 mph or more above the speed limit. Virginia State Police & Lawrenceville Police Officers patrol Interstate 85 and Route 58 in Lawrenceville VA. Our lawyers defend this type of case in the Lawrenceville VA courts every week. We know how to best protect our clients.
Reckless Driving Trial Attorneys Defending Lawrenceville VA Cases
Our lawyers specialize in defending reckless driving cases. We represent clients in the Lawrenceville VA Courts every week. We believe that clients benefit from lawyers who specialize and regularly appear before the same Judges. 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. NOTE: A Reckless Driving allegation is NOT a conviction. Let us review your case. You can benefit from our experience.
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law Defend Lawrenceville VA Reckless Cases
- 46.2-852 General recklessness
- 46.2-853 Fail to maintain proper control
- 46.2-854 Passing on a grade or curve
- 46.2-855 View obstructed/control impaired
- 46.2-856 Passing two vehicles abreast
- 46.2-857 Driving two abreast
- 46.2-858 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
- 46.2-862 Reckless Driving – Speeding
- 46.2-863 Failure to yield
- 46.2-864 Parking lots
- 46.2-865 Racing
- 46.2-868.1 Aggressive driving
Reckless Driving Speeding Ticket NOT GUILTY
Our lawyers represented a client from Maryland who was charged with misdemeanor reckless driving for speeding on Interstate 85 in Lawrenceville VA. Our client indicated that the police officer may have pulled over the wrong car for excessive speeding. This is called the “wrong car” defense. Our reckless driving attorneys thoroughly and completely analyzed our client’s case and we were able to convince the Judge to find our client not guilty of misdemeanor reckless driving. The Judge then granted our motion to reduce the allegation down to a minor no points non moving infraction. Our client was happy with the outcome to avoid a permanent misdemeanor criminal conviction.
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11/10/2015 | Updated 6/22/2023