Cuaght by local sherrif doing 91 in a 70 on I-64. last traffic violation in 2000.
In general, securing reductions on reckless driving-speeding allegations in excess of 90 mph can be difficult. You need to consult with a local traffic court attorney.See question
i have no prior criminal record or convictions
The key is did the Judge "make a finding that the evidence was sufficient for guilt." If so, then you cannot expunge the arrest from the record. The expungement statute is intended for the truly innocent and if the Judge made a "finding that the evidence was sufficient" to find you guilty, even though s/he later dismissed on other grounds, then you are not entitled to expungement under Virginia law.See question
during DUI Checkpoint, cop stopped and asked me to roll down window; mine window does not work. He wrote me Virginia Uniform Summons:defective equipment driver window(law section 462 1003). I have California license. 1. is Virginia uniform summ...
2. If convicted, then Yes.
3. Probably not, but you should consult with an immigration attorney to be certain.See question
I was driving and going down a hill and a cop was at the bottom and gave me a ticket for speeding. so isnt that illegal because you pick up speed when going down hill
Yes, it is legal to get a ticket for speeding at the bottom of a hill.See question
A friend and I are being charged with Underage Possession of Alcohol, we were discovered by a cop whom we believe was off duty in my friend’s car asleep. We were not asked if we had been drinking instead we were asked to get out of the car. After ...
Retain an experienced criminal defense attorney.See question
We've all heard the old wives tail about a police officer not showing up for court and the judge dismissing the case, but what would happen in the case of the police officer's death? Reckless Driving ticket.
I do not have to check in with a PO or anything. The courts told me if my schedule changed, I have to modify it with them. But I have plans to move so is it possible for my restrictions to carry over to another court? I have a job lined up as well.
Your restricted privileges are not restricted or confined to driving in a single county or city. Amending or modifying your restricted privileges with the Court that granted you restricted privileges is the only court you need to deal with and then notify the DMV of the change.See question
I was pulled over Saturday morning at 4 a.m. for speeding and then was arrested for a DWI after blowing 0.09
If the speed was calculated by LASER, RADAR or VASCAR, then my answer would be "NO" because Va Code 46.2-882 says in part that: "The driver of any such motor vehicle may be arrested without a warrant under this section if the arresting officer is in uniform and displays his badge of authority and if the officer has observed the registration of the speed of such motor vehicle by the laser speed determination device, radar, or microcomputer device as described in this section, or has received a radio message from the officer who observed the speed of the motor vehicle registered by the laser speed determination device, radar, or microcomputer device as described in this section."
My guesss is that the Police Officer "paced" you, but was that in a calibrated patrol vehicle? You need an DUI/Traffic Attorney.See question
I got a ticket for passing one car at a traffic signal which was right in front of me at the crossection. The guy in the car was talking, and having both his hands out of the car windows whil making gestures to another guy in the car besides it on...
There are more than 10 specific Virginia code sections that criminalize Reckless Driving. In your case, you have not made clear what specific Reckless Driving allegation is being made; Reckless Driving-General 46.2-852, Reckless Driving-Passing 46.2-854 or -856, or Reckless Driving-Speeding 46.2-862. You should retain a local traffic attorney.See question
Recently received a traffic ticket for speeding in VA. I can either prepay the fine or appear in court. I will be out of town on the court date. Question- if I request a continuance to a later court date, and then decide I still want to prepay the...
You should still be able to pre-pay before your "new" trial dateSee question