Driving On A Suspended License And Failure To Appear (Capias) Both Dismissed In Richmond, Va
John Weiland of The Weiland Firm, PLC, Attorneys at Law recently defended a client charged with Driving on a Suspended License and Failure to Appear/Capias in the City of Richmond, Virginia. Mr. Weiland instructed the client on properly preparing for the case and negotiated with the prosecutor involved. Ultimately, the Judge dismissed both the Driving on Suspended charge and the Failure to Appear charge. The client did not have any jail or license suspension, and avoided both misdemeanor convictions.
If you have been charged with Driving on Suspended License in Virginia, it is important that you contact an attorney that understands Virginia’s traffic laws and can guide you accordingly. John Weiland and The Weiland Firm, PLC, Attorneys at Law focus their practice on defending clients charged with serious traffic offenses such as Driving on a Suspended License and are ready to help you win your case.
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