Lower Fine No Jail for 100 MPH in 40 MPH Zone

Lower Fine No Jail for 100 MPH in 40 MPH Zone

Our law firm recently represented a client charged with Reckless Driving by Speed, 100 MPH in a 40 MPH zone, in a central Virginia court. The client, who was from another country and in the United States on a student visa, was clocked going 100 MPH while crossing a bridge that connects two semi-residential neighborhoods.

The client admitted guilt, followed our attorney’s advice prior to attending court, and therefore, received a fantastic result. The client was likely facing 30-90 days in jail, a fine in the range of $1,000.00 to $2,500.00, and a six month license suspension. As a result of our attorney’s efforts the client completely avoided a jail sentence, had his license restricted for a brief time and paid a $750 fine.

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