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If you received a Reckless Driving, Speeding, DUI, or other criminal charge related to a traffic stop in Virginia then you should know that these are all serious offenses in the Commonwealth.

Some of the most common Reckless Driving charges in Virginia fall into 3 categories:

  1. If you are caught traveling at a speed in excess of 80 mph;
  2. If you are caught traveling 20 miles over the speed limit (ex. Clocked going 76 mph in a 55 mph zone);
  3. If you fail to control your vehicle, i.e., if you are involved in an accident.

How can you be found guilty of Reckless Driving or Speeding in Virginia?

  1. You will be found guilty if you plead guilty by letter;
  2. Appear in court and plead guilty.
  3. Prepay the fines.

A Reckless Driving conviction in Virginia can result in:

  1. A 12 month jail sentence, 6 month license suspension, and a fine of $2,500;
  2. Increased insurance premiums which can be hundreds of dollars per year for the next few years;
  3. Demerit points on your driving record;
  4. Failed criminal background checks for jobs.

The reason for hiring Christina Pendleton & Associates to handle your traffic case?

When you hire us, we can normally:

  1. Keep you out of jail, save your license, and reduce your fines;
  2. Save you money in increased insurance premiums;
  3. Stop you from getting additional points on your driving  record by reducing/dismissing your charge;
  4. Prevent the charge from going on your criminal record;
  5. Go to court for you so you do not have to miss work and/or school.

Currently, the firm handles traffic matters, DUIs, and misdemeanor cases in the following jurisdictions:

  1. City of Richmond
  2. Henrico County
  3. Chesterfield County
  4. Hanover County
  5. Prince George County
  6. Dinwiddie County
  7. City of Hopewell
  8. City of Emporia
  9. Greensville County
  10. Sussex County
  11. Brunswick County
  12. Southampton County

Other Types of Cases We Handle:

In addition to Reckless Driving, Speeding, and DUI cases the firm also handles other charges that occur during traffic stops such as Driving on a Suspended License, No Driver’s License, Defective Equipment, Possession of Marijuana and/or Possession of Paraphernalia, and other misdemeanor or felony charges. Contact the office at 804-554-4444 to discuss the specifics of your case.

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