VIRGINIA TRAFFIC LAWYER

VIRGINIA TRAFFIC LAWYER

Facing prosecution for a traffic or related criminal offense can be a harrowing experience for anyone, as penalties can include substantial fines, license suspension, and even jail time. Moreover, such violations can have other unexpected implications, to include increased insurance rates, employment risk where driving is required, and the social stigmas that often accompany a conviction for DUI. A great, experienced Virginia traffic lawyer can defend your rights.

VIRGINIA RECKLESS DRIVING LAWYER

Considering the potential consequences of conviction, it is critical for those confronted with these charges to have legal counsel available at the earliest juncture.  Failure to timely secure the representation of an experienced Virginia reckless driving lawyer could result in the violation of your rights, and possibly a conviction which otherwise could have been dismissed.

VIRGINIA SPEEDING TICKET LAWYER

If you have been charged with a traffic or related criminal offense, contact a Virginia speeding ticket lawyer at the attorneys at Bradshaw & O’Connor to schedule a free consultation so that you may make an informed decision regarding the protection of your interests.

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CONSIDERING THE CONSEQUENCES

Many people who have been charged with a simple speeding infraction will often prepay the ticket without giving it a second thought. At first blush, paying one or two hundred dollars, and avoiding a court appearance seems like the practical decision to make.

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COMPLETE LISTING OF TRAFFIC OFFENSES

Police have literally hundreds of traffic violations at their disposal with which they can charge drivers. Often, police will choose to charge drivers will multiple offenses related to the same infraction.

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HOW WILL YOU BE DEFENDED?

Perhaps the simplest way in which to combat a traffic charge is to contest the legality of the initial stop. Without a reasonable explanation to do so, any evidence discovered as a result thereof cannot be introduced at trial.

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