Reckless Driving Charge Reduced to Fail to Obey a Highway Sign While Resting in Loudoun County
Client was charged with Reckless Driving in Loudoun County at 78 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone on Route 28. Client is a teacher who was spending the day with his family and had planned on going out west for some quality time with them. Client had a clean driving record. After speaking with the State Trooper the prosecutor agreed to our proposal for a no-point offense given this was our client's first ticket and served our community by teaching our children. The reckless driving charge was reduced to fail to obey a highway sign while resting under Virginia Code §46.2-830.1 which carries no points on the driving record and is an infraction. Accordingly, the client avoided a misdemeanor conviction for reckless driving and, instead, received an infraction for a no-point offense. Because this case occurred during the coronavirus pandemic we appeared on our client's behalf for his case.
Practice area(s): Speeding / Traffic Ticket
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