Our experienced attorneys know how to navigate the local courts in Virginia. Our traffic attorneys will evaluate your options and create a game plan to dismiss or minimize your offense.
Speeding tickets are no fun. If you find yourself holding a speeding ticket, you may want to simply pay the fine or explore other options. Driving Defense Law will help you navigate these options so that your speeding ticket doesn’t result in a long-term consequence.
A conviction on a basic speeding ticket normally amounts to a fine and a court fee. The fines are broken down above. However, you should know that a speeding ticket will also get you demerit points on your driving record. The number of points depends on the severity of speeding.
Reckless driving is a serious offense in Virginia as it is punishable as a Class 1 misdemeanor under Virginia Code 46.2-868.
If you find yourself holding a ticket for reckless driving, contact Driving Defense Law as you could be facing a criminal record.
For conviction of a class 1 misdemeanor – confinement in jail for up to a year and a fine of up to $2,500. (either or both)
A conviction of reckless driving carries with it 6 demerit points and up to 11 years of staying on your record. See the following:
There are different categories of reckless driving as detailed by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. Including: