Virginia Speeding Ticket Defense Lawyer
Virginia ranks as one of the toughest states on speeders. A Virginia Speeding Ticket is probably the most common type of traffic violation in Virginia. Consult a lawyer before you attempt to plead guilty. NOTE: Receiving a Speeding Ticket is NOT a conviction. A conviction can negatively affect you in many ways. Excessive fines. Assessment of moving violation demerit points to your driving record. Loss of driving privileges depending on speed and prior convictions. Increased insurance premiums.
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Effective VA Speeding Ticket Attorneys
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is an established Virginia law firm that defends clients accused of speeding. Our Virginia Speeding Ticket Attorneys possess over 45 years of collective experience of successfully representing clients. We 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. We can protect your interests. Let us review your case!
CAUTION: A speeding ticket conviction will on average increase the automobile insurance premium by 20%-30% EACH YEAR, according to a study conducted by Insurance.com
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Virginia Interstate Speeding Ticket Traffic Court Defense Lawyers
Virginia interstates are heavily travelled. And as a result they get the attention of Virginia State Troopers and County Deputy Sheriffs. Driving too fast for too long on a Virginia interstate will likely get noticed by law enforcement. Do NOT plead guilty without first consulting an attorney who specializes in traffic law defense. Our attorneys have extensive experience defending this type of case. We defend speeding cases before the Virginia courts every week. We know how to best defend your case.
Virginia Reckless Driving Speeding Attorneys
The most serious type of speeding case in Virginia is the Reckless Driving Speeding Ticket pursuant to Va. Code 46.2-862. Reckless driving in Virginia is a criminal misdemeanor violation. A driver is guilty of reckless driving for travelling at a speed of 20 miles per hour or more above the speed limit OR in excess of 85 miles per hour regardless of the speed limit. There are many places on Virginia interstates where the speed limit is 70 miles per hour. Thus, driving 16 mph over the 70 mph speed limit can trigger this harsh law.
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law Defend Virginia Speeding Cases
- 46.2-862 Reckless Driving-Speeding
- 46.2-870 Speeding
- 46.2-871 School Buses
- 46.2-872 Special Permits
- 46.2-873 School Zones
- 46.2-874 Business or Residential District
- 46.2-873.2 Rural Rustic Roads
- 46.2-877 Impeding the Flow of Traffic
- 46.2-878 Authority to Change Speed Limits
- 46.2-878.1 Highway Work Zone
- 46.2-878.2 Certain Residential Districts
- 46.2-947 Highway Safety Corridor
Experienced Traffic Court Representation
Some people don’t think they need a Virginia Speeding Ticket Lawyer to assist them with their speeding ticket. This may be true is some cases. Most folks representing themselves are not capable of properly defending a case before the Courts. There are various procedural and substantive issues to every speeding case. Our attorneys know how target the proper issue on how to likely win the case depending on the facts. We have successfully defended thousands of clients and can help you.
Virginia Speeding Ticket Cases by RADAR and LIDAR
Virginia State Troopers, Deputy Sheriffs and Police Officers use various speed detection devices to gather evidence in speeding cases. Our Virginia Speeding Ticket Lawyers have a clear understanding of how RADAR, LIDAR and the pace method work. Increase your chances of successfully dealing with your Virginia speeding ticket by contacting us today for a free initial consultation. We know the best strategies to use at trial to protect our clients.
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11/10/2015 | Updated 6/18/2021