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Traffic Ticket Dismissed in Hanover County VA Not Guilty Verdict

Traffic Ticket Dismissed in Hanover County, VA – Not Guilty Verdict John Weiland of The Weiland Firm, PLC, Attorneys at Law, represented a client charged with a traffic violation in Hanover County for failing to obey a police officer’s signals. Due to the client’s driving history and previous convictions, Mr. Weiland informed the client that […]
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Reckless Driving in Hanover County VA 93 MPH Dismissed

Reckless Driving in Hanover County, VA: 93 MPH – Dismissed John Weiland of The Weiland Firm, PLC, Attorneys at Law, recently defended an out of state client charged with Reckless Driving for driving 93 MPH in a posted 70 MPH zone on I-95 in Hanover County, Virginia. Mr. Weiland spoke with the client multiple times […]
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Hanover Va Successful Reckless Driving Case

Hanover VA Successful Reckless Driving Case The Weiland Firm, PLC successfully defended a Hanover Reckless Driving by speed ticket. Our client received a ticket for traveling 87 MPH in a 70 MPH zone. Because the client followed the advice of our attorneys and provided us with the mitigation we needed to best defend the case, we […]
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Hanover County Reckless Driving Results

Hanover County Reckless Driving Results Attorney Has Reckless Driving Cases Reduced in Hanover, Virginia. A lawyer from The Weiland Firm, PLC recently handled three reckless driving cases in Hanover County, Virginia. The Hanover General District Court is one of the more difficult courts in Virginia in which to obtain a favorable outcome in a traffic […]
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Deadly DUI in Hanover County, Virginia

Man Charged in Deadly Hanover, Virginia DUI Police in Hanover County, Virginia have charged a man with DUI. Fifty-six-year old Richard E. Lawrence, Jr. was arrested in connection with a deadly accident occurring in Mechanicsville on Saturday night. The accident occurred shortly before 9 PM. Lawrence was driving a 1999 Saab on Pole Green Road […]
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Second Offense DUI Reduced to First Offense in VA Court

Jurisdiction & names omitted to protect the privacy of our clients On April 13, 2012, our law firm represented a client charged with committing a second offense DUI. If convicted as charged, the client faced a mandatory minimum jail sentence and suspension of his license for a period of 3 years along with ignition interlock […]
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