Virginia Traffic Hit Victim’s Car Reckless Lawyers Attorneys

Defendant’s intoxication, despite being underage, when coupled with his visibility of at least 100 yards, on a clear and dry night, on a straight and well-paved road, which caused him to drive into the oncoming lane of traffic and hit the victim’s car, supported his reckless disregard for human life as required under Va. Code Ann. 18.2-36.1(B).

One of the most frustrating things in Virginia is getting a traffic ticket in Virginia.

First, you sit by the side of the road, waiting to get your traffic ticket in Virginia while you are rushing to get to work or get to school to drop off your kids, etc.

Then, you get the Virginia traffic ticket and possibly get yelled at by the Virginia police officer.

Once you do get the Virginia traffic ticket, you realize how many points you’re going to get on your Virginia driving record and the fact that your insurance premium is possibly going to skyrocket.

If you have been one of the unfortunate people to get traffic ticket in Virginia, don’t panic.

You have some options.  You can consider going to traffic court in Virginia by yourself or you can retain an experienced Virginia traffic ticket lawyer to defend you.

Why should you consider hiring an experienced traffic ticket lawyer in Virginia?

Because an experienced Virginia traffic ticket attorney will know how the different judges in that courthouse deal with certain types of traffic ticket and what are different options you have if you decide it is best to plea bargain.

The SRIS Law Group Virginia traffic lawyers have defended many clients charged with a traffic ticket in Virginia.

Our Virginia traffic ticket attorneys regularly appear before the courts of a particular jurisdiction have a thorough understanding of how the different local courts operate.

We have offices in Fairfax, Manassas, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Lynchburg & Fredericksburg.