Virginia Driver 3 Speed Charges in 3 Different Courts in Same Week

Virginia Driver 3 Speed Charges in 3 Different Courts in same week

3 Cases in one week for Driver in Traffic courts in Greensville County Va, Sussex County Va and Brunswick County Va. Just this week, The Weiland Firm represented a Virginia driver with three separate speed related charges pending in three separate courts. The client was facing an addition of 13 points accumulating on her record in one week’s time. Besides the insurance increase she was facing, she was also facing trouble with the DMV.

The Attorney was able to have one of her charges reduced to a non-moving, no-points violation and the other two charges reduced to three-point violations. These results brought her total point accumulation from 13 down to 6.

If you or someone you know has been charged with Reckless Driving in Virginia, contact the law office of The Weiland Firm, PLC at (804) 355-8037

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