Reckless Driving Charge Dismissed in Prince William County
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 had a clean driving record and was in college. Client explained to the officer that they were driving to a friend's house to study. We appeared in the Prince William County General District Court and argued to the Judge for our client's reckless driving charge to be dismissed following completion of traffic school to which the Judge agreed. Our client was young, in college, polite with the officer, and traffic was unaffected. Client completed all requirements and their charge was dismissed. Accordingly, they avoided a misdemeanor conviction.
Practice area(s): Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Court: Prince William County General District Court
Jeremy S. Letnick
Jeremy Letnick is in the courtroom daily. Raised by both an attorney and a Fairfax County Police Officer, Mr. Letnick has been exposed to the intricate workings of both sides of the legal system his entire life. His focus is criminal law and traffic law. As result, he has the distinction of regularly appearing in the courts of Northern Virginia and consistently appears in front of the Judges and routinely works with the Prosecutors and Police Officers. He has handled thousands of cases ranging from simple speeding tickets to robbery and manslaughter charges. Mr. Letnick's ultimate goal is to make the client's court experience as stress-free as possible while pursuing the client's objectives. Mr. Letnick is a second-degree black belt and takes the respectful position that everyone should stand up for themselves in Court and in life.
George Mason University, B.A. 2004Thomas M. Cooley School of Law, J.D. 2008Certificate of Merit “Book Award”:Trial SkillsAlternative Dispute ResolutionForensic ScienceFairfax Bar AssociationPrince William Bar Association