Hanover VA Reckless Driver Chance to Avoid License Suspension
Today, John Weiland from The Weiland Firm, PLC represented a client who received a Reckless Driving ticket in Hanover County, Virginia for speeding 91 MPH in a 70 MPH zone. Our client had a clean driving record but had only been licensed in the United States for less than two years. Due to Mr. Weiland’s arguments before the judge, the client will not only have a chance to avoid a license suspension but has a chance to get the charge dismissed altogether if he completes a Reckless and Aggressive Driver Education Program and pays his court costs. As a result, the client will avoid not only a misdemeanor conviction but any conviction at all! He will avoid a fine as well as any negative demerit points on his driving record. If you or anyone you know receives a traffic ticket such as Speeding or Reckless Driving or gets arrested for DUI/DWI, please contact the attorneys from The Weiland Firm, PLC at (804) 355-8037 for a free consultation.
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