Reckless Driving Reduced To Non-Moving Violation

Reckless Driving Reduced To Non-Moving Violation

One of the skilled traffic lawyers from The Weiland Firm, PLC recently represented a driver charged with reckless driving in a Virginia traffic court.

The driver was cited for exceeding the posted speed limit by enough of a margin to be charged with reckless driving rather than speeding by the law enforcement officer. Our attorney counseled the driver to complete specific steps prior to their court date.

The driver did so and had the charge reduced to a non-moving violation with The Weiland Firm’s attorney standing in for them so they did not have to attend the Virginia traffic court appearance.

If you or anyone you know has received a traffic violation or been charged with a traffic-related crime in Virginia contact The Weiland Firm, PLC at (804) 355-8037 for a free consultation.

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