A traffic ticket is not an unusual event for any regular driver. But under certain conditions, "another" ticket can raise real problems.
Route 66, Route 17, Route 211, Route 15, I-81 and Route 29 are major highways that are heavily travelled and heavily patrolled. Virginia traffic regulations are strict. Exceeding 80 mph or going 20 mph over the speed limit can get you into real trouble. Exceeding 90 mph can mean jail time.
Your insurance rates can rise significantly, you could lose your license, and end up with a criminal record. Penalties depend on your speed, your driving record and other factors.
When Mark B. Williams, PLC handles speeding, reckless driving, careless driving or other charges, we are frank with our clients about where they stand. While it is often possible to have charges reduced, eliminating them is rare. With our extensive experience, we know what to expect from the legal system, and we do not over-promise on the possibilities.
We realize people are surprised to find themselves in the position of losing a commercial driver's license, having their immigration status threatened, even losing a government security clearance.
Whether you are a college student passing through the area or a government employee working in the Washington, D.C. area, we can help you understand your situation and obtain the best possible outcome.
Whether your ticket is for failure to stop, failure to yield, or other moving violation, contact us. For more information about your legal concerns and options, speak with an experienced Virginia trial lawyer. Located behind the courts in Warrenton, our office is open during weekly business hours. We also offer evening and weekend hours by appointment. Credit cards are accepted and we offer free initial consultations for criminal law, traffic matters and personal injury cases. Contact us today for more information about your case.