Convenience and Peace of Mind for Out-of-State Drivers
I commonly represent out-of-state residents that have been charged with traffic offenses such as speeding or reckless driving while traveling through central or southern Virginia. In many situations, I am able to appear on their behalf so that they can avoid the time and expense of an unnecessary court appearance in Virginia. It is my goal to provide those individuals with streamlined, personalized, aggressive, and cost-effective representation.
Hiring an attorney with experience in the jurisdiction where you have been charged offers the advantage of being able to anticipate the probable outcome of your case and the ability to navigate through the court system efficiently and effectively. After 25 years of service to individuals charged with traffic and criminal offenses in central and southern Virginia, I am highly familiar with the region’s local courts, judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officers.
I will review police procedures and carefully examine all aspects of your case. If there is anything about your case that could work in your favor, I will find it. Contact me to discuss your legal situation during your free phone or Internet consultation.
Virginia Traffic Violations Lawyer
Notify my Richmond law office as soon as possible if you have been charged with any of the following offenses while visiting the state of Virginia:
If you have been ticketed by Virginia law enforcement while visiting our state, reach out to us so we can reach back with the legal assistance you need and deserve. In many speeding and reckless driving cases, I can make an appearance on your behalf and you will not need to go to court. You will have peace of mind that your affairs are in order and will be able to avoid the unnecessary time and expense of a trip to Virginia to defend your speeding ticket or reckless driving case.
I handle cases in the City of Richmond, Henrico County, Hanover County, Caroline County, Goochland County, Chesterfield County, Prince George County, New Kent County, and the cities of Petersburg, Hopewell, and Colonial Heights.