Case Results: Fail to Obey Highway Sign

Emporia, VA – Traffic Ticket Reduced to Minor Non-Moving Violation

Fail to Obey Highway Sign

Samantha Upton represented a client from North Carolina charged with Failure to Obey a Highway Sign for driving 71mph in a 60 mph zone in the City of Emporia, Virginia.

Ms. Upton was able to convince the Judge to reduce the charge to a non-moving, no-points violation so the client would not suffer any license points or insurance points causing a large insurance increase typically imposed by North Carolina insurance companies.

Emporia Va Failure to Obey Charge Reduced

Fail to Obey Highway Sign

Samantha Upton represented a client from North Carolina charged with Failure to Obey a Highway Sign for driving 71mph in a 60 mph zone in the City of Emporia, Virginia.

Ms. Upton was able to convince the Judge to reduce the charge to a non-moving, no-points violation so the client would not suffer the astronomical insurance increase typically imposed by North Carolina insurance companies.

Chesterfield Charge Reduced to Non-Moving Violation

Fail to Obey Highway Sign

Samantha Upton represented a client that was charged with Failure to Obey a Highway sign for going 81 mph in a 60 mph zone. The client had high-level security clearances, and needed help resolving his case.

Ms. Upton was able to appear on her client’s behalf, and have the charge reduced to a non-moving violation. This reduction in charge prevented points being added to the client’s driving record, and helped protect his security clearances.

Hanover County – Fail to Obey Highway Sign for CDL driver with bad driving record

Fail to Obey Highway Sign

Client was a CDL Driver with multiple tickets on record, including a prior Reckless Driving conviction. He was charged with an illegal U-Turn.
Avoided client’s appearance and charge was reduced to a non-moving violation.