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  • Prince William County Reckless Driving Charge Reduced to Defective Equipment

    March 2021

    Client was charged with Reckless Driving in Prince William County for driving 54mph in a 25mph zone.  There was a companion failure to update driver's license charge.  Client was en route to drop off a vehicle so a family member could use it to get to work and was running late.   Client had a co... Read On

  • Speeding Charge Reduced in the Town of Herndon Court

    February 2021

    Client was charged with speeding in the Town of Herndon in Fairfax County.  As a teacher, the client prepared remote learning for the students.  However, on this day, our client had to go to the school for a meeting.  In the Town of Herndon, the speed limits can drop in certain areas to 25mph zon... Read On

  • Unauthorized Inspection Sticker Dismissed in Loudoun County

    June 2020

    Client was stopped on the Dulles Road in Loudoun County for a minor traffic violation.  Unbeknownst to our client, he was driving a vehicle with an illegal inspection sticker.  He had gotten his vehicle inspected at a local gas station and it appeared that they either unintentionally or intention... Read On

  • Prince William County Speeding Ticket Dismissed

    October 2020

    Client was stopped and cited for speeding by the Town of Haymarket Police in Prince William County for driving 41mph in a 25mph zone.  Client was running late to pick up their child from soccer practice and explained this to the officer.  We appeared on our client's behalf in the Prince William C... Read On

  • Drunk in Public Charge in Fairfax City Dismissed

    July 2020

    Client was arrested for drunk in public in Fairfax City after drinking too much at a restaurant with friends.  As it happens sometimes the client did not recall much of the evening.  Client was a college graduate and doing very well otherwise.  We instructed our client to take an alcohol awarenes... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Ticket Reduce to No Point Offense in the Town of Vienna

    August 2020

    Client was stopped by the Town of Vienna Police for driving 55mph in a 35mph zone and given a speeding ticket.  Client was driving on Chain Bridge Road delivering food for a delivery service.  As a result, the police officer did not write the client for reckless driving since the speed was 20mph ... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Charge in the Town of Vienna reduced to No Point Offense

    August 2020

    Client was cited for speeding at 53mph in a 30mph zone in the Town of Vienna on Maple Ave. located in Fairfax County.  The client was polite and cooperative so the Town of Vienna police officer did not cite for reckless driving but for a speeding ticket only.  However, the client wanted to avoid ... Read On

  • Prince William County Reckless Driving Accident Reduced to Improper Driving

    August 2020

    Client was involved in an accident after attending a work event in Prince William County.  Client rear-ended a vehicle that had stopped abruptly at a yellow light before it turned red.  There was heavy damage to the client's vehicle who was also transported to the hospital.  Unfortunately, due th... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Ticket Reduced to Speeding in Loudoun County

    October 2020

    Client was driving home and was being tailgated by another driver.  In order to get away from this individual the client sped up and was ultimately stopped by a Loudoun County Sheriff for driving 56mph in a 35mph zone.  Due to client's somewhat extensive driving record and an alleged speed of 21m... Read On

  • Prince William County Reckless Driving Ticket Reduced to Defective Equipment

    October 2020

    Client was crossing the bridge into Occoquan in Prince William County and was stopped by a Town of Occoquan Police Officer for allegedly driving 71mph in a 40mph zone.  Since the speed alleged was 31mph over the speed limit the client was charged with reckless driving under Virginia Code § 46.2-8... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Charge Reduced to Defective Equipment in Prince William County

    October 2020

    Client was stopped on the Occoquan bridge by a Town of Occoquan Police Officer for driving 75mph in a 40mph zone.  Due to the speed being driven at 35mph over the speed limit, the client was charged with reckless driving under Virginia Code § 46.2-862.  Client was a George Mason University Studen... Read On

  • Loudoun County Reckless Driving Reduced to Defective Equipment

    December 2020

    Client was driving a rental car he was unfamiliar with and was stopped by a Virginia State Trooper for driving 80mph in a 55mph zone in Loudoun County.  Due to the speed being 25mph over the speed limit the client was charged with reckless driving under Virginia Code § 46.2-862.  The client resid... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Charge Reduced to Defective Equipment in Loudoun County

    December 2020

    Client was stopped on Route 7 for driving 77mph in a 55mph zone in Loudoun County by a VA State Trooper.  Client was charged with reckless driving because they were alleged to have been driving 20mph or more above the speed limit in violation of Virginia Code § 46.2-862.  In this case, client lef... Read On

  • Speeding Charge Dismissed in Prince William County

    October 2020

    Young client got stopped by the Town of Haymarket Police in Prince William County and was cited for speeding at 41mph in a 25mph zone.  Client was simply driving home and did not realize the speed limit dropped from 35mph to 25mph.  The client had a good driving record and this was their first tr... Read On

  • Prince William County Reckless Driving Charge Dismissed

    October 2020

    Client was stopped on I-66 in Prince William County by a VA State Trooper for driving 82mph in a 70mph zone.  During this time, it was reckless driving to drive in excess of 80mph (Virginia Code § 46.2-862 has since been amended to reflect reckless driving is chargeable at speeds of in excess of ... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Charge Reduced to Speeding in Loudoun County

    January 2021

    Client was charged with Reckless Driving in Loudoun County at 80 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone on Route 7.  This was his first reckless driving charge.  Client was simply heading home and going with the flow of traffic.  When stopped he was polite with the officer and advised he did n... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Charge Dismissed in Prince William County

    October 2020

    Young client was charged with Reckless Driving by Town of Dumfries Police in Prince William County.  Client was clocked for driving 60 mph in a 35mph zone.  Since the speed alleged is 20mph or more above the speed limit, it is considered reckless driving under Virginia Code § 46.2-862.  Client ha... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Charge Dismissed in Prince William County

    November 2020

    Young client was involved in an accident in Prince William County and was charged with reckless driving generally under Virginia Code § 46.2-852.  A vehicle had pulled out in front of traffic and multiple cars had to slam on their brakes and client could not stop in time.  However, there were no ... Read On

  • Prince William County Reckless Driving Charge Dismissed

    January 2021

    Client was charged with Reckless Driving on I-66 in Prince William County for driving 85mph in a 70mph zone.  Client had recently purchased a new vehicle that had much more power than they were used to.  This fact was explained to the trooper and the client was otherwise polite and cooperative.  ... Read On

  • Reckless Driving Charge Reduced to Fail to Obey a Highway Sign in Loudoun County

    January 2021

    Client was charged with reckless driving for going 79 miles per hour in a 55 mile per zone in Loudoun County.  Client was stopped by a State Trooper and advised the trooper that they were simply trying to get home from work because they were going out of town the next morning.  Client had a clean... Read On

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