Henrico County, VA Texting While Driving Charge Dismissed
John Weiland from The Weiland Firm, PLC represented a client who received a ticket in Henrico County, Virginia for Texting While Driving. The client was driving down Interstate 64 when a police officer noticed her using her phone. The officer pulled her over and she admitted she was reading emails. Thanks to Mr. Weiland’s negotiations with the police officer and prosecutor, and despite the fact that she did not have a perfect driving record, the client will have an opportunity to have the charge completely dismissed if she pays her court costs and completes a basic driver improvement program that she can complete on the internet. As a result, the client will not have a significant traffic conviction on her record and will pay no fines. If you or anyone you know receives a traffic ticket such as Texting While Driving or Reckless Driving, please call the lawyers at The Weiland Firm, PLC (804) 355-8037 for a free consultation.
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