Expert Sussex County VA Traffic Lawyer

A Best Law Firm for Virginia Criminal Law and Traffic Defense Sussex County is a rural county in the Greater Richmond Region. Law enforcement in Sussex County is dedicated to strictly enforcing the traffic laws across the county, which include the townships of Waverly, Wakefield, Jarratt & Stony Creek. Most of the enforcement comes from the law enforcement officers that patrol Interstate 95 and Routes 460 & 301. An accomplished Sussex County VA Traffic Lawyer can present your best defense if you have been accused of traffic violations.

CAUTION: A Sussex VA Traffic Violation may increase the automobile insurance premium by as much as 79% depending on the offense, according to

Experienced Traffic Attorneys Sussex County

Sussex County Traffic Lawyers Riley & Wells defend all types of Sussex traffic cases all across the county


Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is an established local area law firm representing clients accused of Sussex County VA traffic violations every week before the Sussex Courts. Our attorneys have accumulated over 45 years of collective traffic law experience and are routinely recognized by the legal community for excellence in legal ability and ethical standards.  We have been recognized as a “Best Law Firm” and hold an “AV Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell for high ethical standards and legal excellence.

Sussex County VA Traffic Lawyer Client Reviews

KB’s Pursuit
KB’s Pursuit
19:21 20 Aug 22
I would highly recommend this firm!!! They literally saved my career!! I had a reckless driving charge in my regular car but I have a commercial drivers license! So being convicted wouldve really held me back, my lawyer Vinson appeared on my behalf in court and had my charged DROPPED!! (Henrico county) how he did it? I couldn’t tell you because the officer alleged I was going 80/35!!!! So my only guess is magic!!!! I couldn’t be more thankful and grateful for this firm!!! Again thank you 10/10 I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND

Sussex County Route 460 “Speed Trap” Alternative to Interstate 64

Sussex County Disputanta VA Route 460

Sussex VA Traffic Law Representation

The Sussex County courthouse is where all traffic cases go to be argued by the traffic attorney.A traffic law offense can be classified as a felony, misdemeanor, or infraction. Reckless driving, DUI, and speeding are some of the more popularly enforced traffic violations. Penalties may include incarceration, loss of driving privileges & excessive fines. We examine every case in detail to determine the best defense strategy. Our goal is to secure each client the best possible outcome according to the law and facts of the case. We have the experience to protect you and your future.

Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law Defend Sussex VA Traffic Violations

  • Habitual Offender
  • DUI
  • Eluding the Police
  • Hit & Run
  • No Valid Driver’s License
  • Fail to Yield to Emergency Vehicle
  • Drive revoked 18.2-272
  • Commercial Driver Violations
  • License Restoration
  • Out Of State Driver
  • Aggressive Driving
  • Handheld Cellphone while Driving
  • Fail to “Move Over”
  • Speeding Ticket
  • Accidents
  • Moving Violations
  • No Automobile Insurance
  • Suspended Driver’s License

Sussex County VA Suspended Driver’s License Case DISMISSED

sussex deputy sheriff stopping a driver for a traffic violation in sussex county Virginia will need a good sussex va traffic attoreny call riley & wellsOur Sussex County Traffic Attorneys represented a client charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license in violation of Va. Code 46.2-301. Our client had no idea that his driving privileges were suspended. He was not from the area and could not return for a trial. We prepared and argued the case in such a manner that the client did not have to return for trial. Our chief argument was that our client lacked the necessary knowledge to be in violation. The Judge dismissed the case.

Sussex VA Fail to Move Over/Yield Emergency Vehicle DISMISSED

A professional Sussex VA Traffic Lawyer can help you with your case.


Our Sussex County traffic lawyers represented a client charged with failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, more popular as the “Move Over Law,” violating Va. Code 46.2-861.1 for failing to make a lane change while traveling on the Interstate. First, our client had no idea that such a law existed, and second, he did not think he was in violation. We agreed. The law does not require a lane change if the driver exercises caution appropriately. We pled our client not guilty and made the necessary arguments. The Judge agreed with our position and dismissed the case.

Sussex Reckless Driving Speeding 93/70 mph REDUCED

speeding over 80 miles an hour in sussex county virginia is a violation of the virginia reckless driving law under 46.2-862Our Sussex, VA, traffic attorneys represented a client from Maryland who was pulled over on Interstate 95. Our client was a U.S. Armed Services member. She was concerned about being convicted of a criminal misdemeanor offense. Such a conviction would affect her career and her security clearance. We had various arguments ready to persuade the Court why it should not find our client guilty of a criminal misdemeanor for speeding. The Judge agreed and found our client not guilty of reckless driving.

Sussex County VA Traffic Lawyer Client Review

Being unfamiliar with how much lawyers usually cost for these types of cases I would say it was fair. Reckless Driving charge in Virginia bumped down to defective equipment is ok with me. The initial call to Cody was all I needed to tell me he was the guy for me, He laid out what he expected to happen for my case and laid to rest any misconceptions I had. Now I hear this outcome is a common one for courts in VA whether there is a lawyer involved or not but since I live and work out of town it would have been hard to make it to court for my case and who knows how long that day would have been in court. Cody and his office were quick to get me answers and prompt to inform me of the decision in my case

Contact us today for a free evaluation of YOUR case!

11/10/2015 | Updated 7/2/2021