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.

Dinwiddie County – 79 in a 60 mph zone Speeding Ticket for Florida Driver
Speeding Ticket

Ticket reduced to Defective Equipment, a non-moving, no-points violation.

Henrico County – DUI Reduced with No License Suspension, Refusal Charge Dismissed
DUI Case

A college student involved in an accident was charged with DUI and Refusal to Submit to Breath Test. Was able to formulate a mitigation strategy with the client and negotiate using mitigation and legal issues to reach an agreement to reduce the DUI to Reckless Driving. The client’s license was not suspended and there was no requirement for ASAP.

Prince George County – Racing Charge Reduced to Improper Driving
Racing Charge

Worked with a client who had multiple tickets in recent years to develop an appropriate mitigation strategy prior to Court. Was able to have the charge reduced to Improper Driving and avoided jail, mandatory license suspension, and the misdemeanor conviction.

Henrico County – 83 in a 65mph zone Dismissed with Court Cost
Speeding Ticket
Greensville County – Reckless Driving 90 in a 70 mph zone
Reckless Driving

Florida Driver. Avoided client’s appearance. Reduced to Defective Equipment, a non-moving, no-points violation.

Chesterfield County – 84 in a 55 mph zone
Reckless Driving

Reckless Driving was reduced to Simple Speeding 64 in a 55 mph zone with a $54.00 fine and court cost.

Emporia – 73 in a 60 mph zone
Speeding Ticket

North Carolina driver received a speeding ticket passing through Emporia, Virginia. The client’s appearance was avoided and the ticket was reduced to Defective Equipment, avoiding points in North Carolina.

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.

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.

Chesterfield County – Repeat Client – 52 in a 35 mph zone
Speeding Ticket

The client was facing 4 demerit points and wasn’t eligible for driving school due to recently having completed driving school for a court case. Worked with client to develop a different strategy and ticket was ultimately dismissed.