Top Rated York County VA Traffic Lawyers • 1400+ Client Reviews
Virginia classifies traffic violations into 3 categories. Six point, four point & three point violations. Virginia State Troopers, York Deputy Sheriffs & local police officers strictly enforce these traffic laws. Do not expect to get a warning. Interstate 64 & U.S. Route 17 in York County are the primary highways targeted by law enforcement for traffic violations. Out-of-state drivers frequently find themselves needing representation. In many cases, we can represent our client without them having to appear in court. CAUTION: Convictions for traffic violations can increase the automobile insurance premium by as much as 79% according to a study conducted by Insurance.com
Experienced Traffic Law Attorneys For York VA Cases
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is an established York County VA law firm. Our lawyers specialize in defending traffic cases and possess over 60 years of combined experience. We represent clients before the York County General District Court. Our lawyers specialize in traffic law defense and are routinely recognized for legal excellence and high ethical standards. Our firm is recognized as a “Best Law Firm” according to U.S. News & World Report. We will examine your case and determine the best way to defend your case. Our goal is simple: secure the best possible result!
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Penalties For York VA Traffic Violation Convictions
- Maximum fine of $2,500
- Loss of driving privileges
- Moving violation demerit points
- Increased automobile insurance premiums
- Employment issues
Exceptional Traffic Court Representation York County VA
In Virginia, every traffic case goes before the Judge on the trial date. The defendant motorist must either retain a York County VA traffic lawyer for representation or appear in traffic court to defend the case alone. Evidence and arguments are presented to the Judge. Do not plead guilty or pre-pay a traffic ticket without first consulting an experienced attorney. In some instances, your traffic ticket may actually be a misdemeanor criminal offense. Let us review your case. We can help!
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law Defend York VA Traffic Cases
- Habitual offender
- Eluding the police
- Hit & Run
- No valid driver’s license
- No automobile insurance
- Suspended driver’s license
- Commercial driver violations
- License restoration
- Reckless driving
- Handheld cellphone use while driving
- Fail to move over
- Out-of-state drivers
- Speeding ticket
- Moving violations
- Fail to yield emergency vehicle
Driving While Holding Your Phone is Illegal in Virginia
It is a traffic violation to hold a cellphone or any handheld personal communications device while driving a moving motor vehicle on the highways in Virginia. This is a new law that became effective on January 1, 2021 according to Va. Code 46.2-818.2. A violation of this law is a moving violation demerit point offense. There are some exceptions to this law such as reporting an emergency.
I-64 York Reckless Driving NOT GUILTY
Our York County VA traffic attorneys represented a client from North Carolina accused of criminal misdemeanor reckless driving based on excessive speed evidence. A conviction would have drastic consequences. We were able to convince the Judge to find our client NOT GUILTY. Unfortunately, the Court was unwilling to completely dismiss the entire case. However, we convinced the Judge to reduce the matter to the lowest offense possible called defective equipment. This is a no points non moving violation.
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2/9/2022 | Updated 6/23/2023