Case Results

CASE RESULTS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. RESULTS SEEN HERE DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN FUTURE CASES.

Sussex County – Reckless Driving 88/70 Reduced
Reckless Driving

New York driver. Appeared on the client’s behalf and the Reckless Driving charge was reduced to a simple speeding ticket.

Sussex County – 91/70 Reckless Driving Reduced
Reckless Driving

Worked with client to develop a mitigation plan in advance. Charge was reduced to Improper Driving. Avoided misdemeanor, license suspension, and client’s appearance in Court.

New Kent County – Reckless Driving 90 in a 70 mph zone
Reckless Driving

Reduced to Improper Driving after working with the client to formulate a solid mitigation strategy.

Three Charges, Two Separate Counties
Multiple Charges

The client picked up back-to-back charges - a Reckless Driving and Driving Without a Valid License in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and a Speeding ticket for 64 in a 45 mph zone in New Kent County, Virginia. He was facing 10 demerit points and 2 misdemeanor charges. Worked with client to formulate appropriate strategy and client ended up with one simple speeding ticket and 3 total demerit points.

Sussex County – 88 in a 70 mph zone – North Carolina driver
Reckless Driving

The client was facing license suspension in North Carolina, in addition to points and a misdemeanor conviction. The client’s appearance was avoided and the Reckless Driving charge was reduced to simple speeding.

Chesterfield County – Reckless Driving Accident Dismissed
Reckless Driving

Case is dismissed upon completion of driving school and payment of court costs.

Powhatan County – Spotty Record & Not Eligible for Driving School
Speeding Ticket

Through negotiations with the prosecutor, case is reduced to Defective Equipment, a non-moving, no-points violation.

Hanover County- Felony Hit & Run and DUI with elevated BAC
Felony Hit & Run

Client was looking at an active prison sentence range up to 2 years and 4 months under sentencing guidelines and a probation violation. Both cases were Nolle Prossed (dismissed through motion by the Commonwealth) after extensive negotiations with the prosecutor.

Emporia – 72 in a 60 mph zone
Speeding Ticket

For a New Jersey driver, ticket was reduced to Defective Equipment, a non-moving, no-points violation. Avoided client’s appearance.

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.