When you hire Driving Defense Law, your attorney will develop a custom plan after your one-on-one consultation. Our team will take you step-by-step through this process, but these resources might be helpful.
Your current Driver’s record is an essential ingredient for fighting your traffic ticket. If you live in Virginia, click here. If you live out of state, your state’s department of motor vehicles will have the process for retrieving your driver’s record. Email our traffic coordinator, Sami, if you have trouble locating yours.
If your DDL Attorney instructs you to take a driver’s safety course, click here. Attending a driver’s safety school show’s the Judge you want to learn from your mistake.
Depending on your record and the unique circumstances surrounding your ticket, it may be advantageous to do community service hours. This can show your Judge that you understand the seriousness of your crime or infraction and seek to give back to the community as a result.
If your ticket is at all based on the speed you were driving, your DDL attorney might instruct you to have your speedometer calibrated.
Beach Calibration ➝
5312 Virginia Beach Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Chesapeake Auto Center ➝
119 Tilden Ave. – Suite H.
Chesapeake, VA 23320
It is extremely important to be early to your court date and be dressed for success on the day of your trial. Unless your DDL Attorney has confirmed that you do not need to come to court, follow these maps below for directions to your courthouse. Included are the corresponding traffic court clerk phone numbers.
Chesapeake General District Court ➝
307 Albemarle Drive
Chesapeake, VA 23322
Norfolk General District Court ➝
Saint Paul’s Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23510
(757) 664-4911 for Traffic Court 1A
(757) 664-4912 for Traffic Court 1B
Virginia Beach General District Court ➝
2425 Nimmo Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23456