Speeding & Traffic Offenses

Even offenses such as speeding and driving on a suspended license can have considerable consequences. Schedule a free consultation with Ervin Kibria today to discuss your options.

Speeding & Traffic Offenses

If you have been issued a traffic ticket, you need to know that you have someone to protect and guide you every step of the way. We have significant experience with representing clients charged with reckless driving, speeding and DUIs and have a thorough knowledge of the complexities of each jurisdiction. Ervin Kibria PLLC represents clients charged with offenses in the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia, including Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, Loudoun, and Prince William counties.

While each case is unique, and many circumstances factor into an individual case’s result, our attorneys have been successful in reducing serious charges to lesser offenses, including non-moving violations and traffic infractions. We offer free consultations to all potential clients in need of representation. It is important that you retain the experience and knowledge of an attorney that knows the intricacies and requirements of each court in the area in order to obtain the best outcome.

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Dedicated Reckless Driving Attorneys

We pride ourselves on addressing each of  our clients’ criminal law needs in an efficient and effective manner. We have assisted countless clients in defending them against reckless driving and speeding tickets throughout DC and Northern Virginia.

As experienced and dedicated reckless driving and speeding ticket lawyers, we have focused our work on offering our clients the representation they deserve, working diligently to help them understand the charges they face, the penalties the charges carry and the court proceedings that lay before them. This knowledge allows our clients to make educated decisions on how to proceed in their criminal matter, whether it be negotiating a plea bargain or taking their case before a jury