Were you recently ticketed for speeding, reckless driving, or some other traffic offense in Northern Virginia? If so, speak to an experienced traffic lawyer today because Virginia treats traffic offenses very seriously. Even if you ultimately decide not to retain an attorney, a qualified traffic lawyer can advise you of what to expect in traffic court and what a likely outcome in your case is.
Reckless driving is a common charge in Virginia. If you are cited for going 20 or more miles per hour over the posted speed you will be cited for reckless driving in Virginia. Reckless driving in Virginia is a Class 1 misdemeanor criminal offense and should be taken seriously. Our Virginia traffic attorneys can represent you in court if you’ve been charged with reckless driving.
Other serious traffic offenses, such as speeding, driving on a suspended license, driving without a valid license, and DUIs are also very common in Virginia. In fact, people receive speeding tickets in Virginia everyday and they can be costly. Justin Ervin has successfully represented numerous clients against Virginia speeding tickets. We understand the laws and can help ensure all your legal rights are protected.
Experienced Fairfax Traffic Lawyer
While we have experience working with clients facing traffic charges throughout Northern Virginia, including Arlington, Alexandria, Loudoun, Stafford, and Prince William counties, we specialize in Fairfax traffic defense. When you are facing a drunk driving charge or any motor vehicle traffic offense, you need fast, accurate answers about your situation and the best way to proceed. The defense attorneys at Ervin Kibria understand your concerns and your sense of urgency in dealing with a difficult situation.
Many traffic tickets are considered moving violations. As a moving violation, DMV demerit points will be assessed in accordance with the type of conviction. For example, if you have a good driving record, such as +3 record, and are convicted of a speeding ticket at 74 mph in a 55 mph zone, the 4 points that would be assessed would result in a -1 point balance. In addition, most insurance companies raise their rates when their customer receives a moving violation, such as a speeding ticket, because the customer is deemed to be a greater risk for the insurance company. As a result, it is strongly recommended that you contact an experienced traffic lawyer at Ervin Kibria to discuss your available options.