Speeding Reduced to Defective Equipment – Emporia, VA

Speeding Reduced to Defective Equipment – Emporia, VA

Nick Wright represented a person charged with speeding who was clocked at 72 MPH in a 60 MPH zone in Emporia, Virginia. The client, a resident of North Carolina, would find it difficult to appear in court. When the trial date arrived, Mr. Wright was able to get the client’s appearance waived and his speeding charge reduced to defective equipment – a non-moving, no-points violation. That meant our client only had to pay a fine and court costs when all was said and done – no points on their license and no higher insurance premiums to pay.

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  1. Listen to Clients

To get to a successful result, we take the time to listen to our clients – to understand their point of view.

  1. Evaluate All Options

As experienced traffic and criminal defense attorneys, we know what options work best for the details of a case.

  1. Strategic Research

Once our client has chosen a preferred course, we dive into research to achieve the outcome they hope for.

  1. Trial & Negotiation

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