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RECKLESS DRIVING TICKET ON GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKWAY?

A reckless driving ticket on George Washington Parkway is even more serious than a reckless driving ticket in a Virginia state court. Speeding in excess of 20 miles over the speed limit, or driving above 80 miles per hour on the GW Parkway will most likely result in a ticket that lands you in the Alexandria Division of the US District Court. Don’t be fooled into thinking a reckless driving ticket is a simple speeding ticket. More than just points on your driving record is at risk. Reckless Driving by speed is a Class 1 Misdemeanor under Virginia VA Code § 46.2-862 “Exceeding speed limit”. That yellow ticket that you signed is actually an alternative version of an arrest for reckless driving.

Reckless Driving George Washington Parkway Virginia Alexandria Federal Court Lawyer

Reckless Driving George Washington Parkway Virginia Alexandria Federal Court Lawyer

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If you have been charged with Reckless Driving on the George Washington Parkway for speeding and are summoned to appear in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria, call our firm at 888-437-7747 to discuss your case and plan a viable defense.

CONSEQUENCES OF RECKLESS DRIVING TICKET

Reckless Driving is a serious CRIMINAL offense and can result in serious consequences. A reckless driving ticket can have a negative impact on your civilian employment, getting into universities, government employment, obtaining / maintaining a security clearance, military (Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force) punishment, admission to a state bar, law enforcement / police officer employment, and immigration and naturalization, amongst others.

FEDERAL V. VIRGINIA STATE COURT

Simply speeding down the GW (George Washington) Parkway or any other Federal territory located in Virginia can result in a reckless driving ticket that lands you in Alexandria Virginia Federal Court or another federal court in Virginia.
Federal territories where most people unknowingly get a reckless driving speeding ticket are: George Washington Parkway, Pentagon area, Quantico area, military bases, and other Northern Virginia Federal government facility locations and the Blue Ridge Parkway.

FEDERAL RECKLESS DRIVING PENALTIES

  1. Up to 6 months in jail,
  2. Suspension of your driver’s license / privileges,
  3. Points on your driver’s license, and,
  4. Up to a $5,000.00 fine.

Call the SRIS Law Group Virginia lawyers if you have been charged with a reckless driving on the GW Parkway. Call us at 888-437-7747.

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Virginia Reckless Driving Fairfax County Traffic Chargeable Lawyers Attorneys

Reckless driving is chargeable and punishable under the provisions of Article 7 in the Motor Vehicle Code chapter on the regulation of traffic. Reckless driving is a Class 1 misdemeanor, Va. Code Ann. § 46.2-868, carrying with it the potential for a twelve month jail sentence and a fine of not more than $ 2,500 under Va. Code Ann. § 18.2-1(a)

Reckless driving is a very serious crime in Virginia.

The SRIS Law Group Virginia Reckless driving attorneys can defend you against any type of Reckless driving charge.

Our Virginia Reckless driving lawyers have the experience to defend you against any type of Reckless driving charge.

Contact a SRIS Law Group Virginia Reckless driving lawyer in Virginia.

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The SRIS Law Group Virginia reckless driving lawyers regularly assist clients charged with reckless driving in Fairfax, Virginia.

If you have been charged with a reckless driving ticket in Fairfax General District Court, Fairfax Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court or wish to file an appeal to the Fairfax Circuit Court, contact us for help.

Since our Virginia reckless driving lawyers regularly defend client charged with reckless driving in Fairfax, VA, our attorneys are extremely familiar with the Fairfax court system.

Keep in mind that a Virginia reckless driving ticket is a Class 1 Misdemeanor. This means that it is a criminal offense in Virginia. A Virginia Class 1 Misdemeanor is the most serious misdemeanor criminal offense in Virginia. Don’t risk loss of your job, security clearance or your ability to drive in Virginia.

Call our Fairfax reckless driving ticket attorneys for help with reckless driving charge.

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Police charge woman in death of Va. Beach cyclist

Jessica L. Chandler, a 22-year-old from Port Republic, now faces a Class 1 misdemeanor charge of reckless driving

Reckless driving is a very serious crime in Virginia.

The SRIS Law Group Virginia Reckless driving attorneys can defend you against any type of Reckless driving charge.

Our Virginia Reckless driving lawyers have the experience to defend you against any type of Reckless driving charge.

Contact a SRIS Law Group Virginia Reckless driving lawyers in Virginia.

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I just got a reckless driving ticket in Virginia?  Do I need a Virginia reckless driving lawyer to defend me in court?

The honest answer is maybe

Know that you are facing a criminal charge.  A Virginia reckless driving ticket is a class 1 misdemeanor, it is not a simple traffic ticket.  If you are convicted of reckless driving in Virginia, you may go to jail for up to 12 months and or receive up to a $2500 fine and lose your driving privilege in Virginia for up to six months and get six points on your Virginia driving record.

Only an experienced Virginia reckless driving lawyer can discuss the facts of your particular case competently with you.

If you want to speak with an experienced Virginia reckless driving lawyer, call the SRIS Law Group Virginia reckless driving attorneys for help.

Our Virginia reckless driving lawyers regularly appear before the Virginia Courts to defend clients charged with reckless driving in Virginia.

Virginia Driving Laws Reckless Penalties Class One Misdemeanor Lawyers Attorneys

Virginia law states that a reckless driving conviction is a Class One Misdemeanor Criminal Charge.  A Class 1 misdemeanor pursuant to Virginia law is punishable by a maximum penalty of 12 months in jail, $2,500 fine and loss of your Virginia driving privilege for six months.

There are many different types of driving laws in Virginia.  Therefore, it is very important to be aware of the different driving laws and the penalties associated with these Virginia driving laws.

If you have been charged with violating any of the driving laws in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia traffic defense attorneys for help.

Reckless Driving Virginia Henrico Richmond Northern Virginia I-95 Lawyers Attorneys

I was driving down I-95 from Northern Virginia to Henrico and I was surprised by the number of Virginia State Troopers patrolling the I-95 corridor from Northern Virginia to Henrico & Richmond.

Now I understand why we get so many clients calling us regarding representation for a reckless driving ticket.

If you have been in the unfortunate position of receiving a Virginia reckless driving ticket, don’t feel like you are the only one out there who has been charged with reckless driving in Virginia.

A tremendous number of drivers get charged with reckless driving in Virginia everyday.  The thing most people are shocked about receiving a reckless driving ticket in Virginiais that they are facing a serious criminal charge.

A reckless driving ticket in Virginia is a class 1 misdemeanor.  A class 1 misdemeanor carries a maximum penalty of 1 year in jail and a $2500 fine.   Also, you can lose your license for up to 6 months.

If you need assistance with a reckless driving ticket in Virginia, call the SRIS Law Group reckless driving attorneys for help.

Almost all of our Virginia reckless driving lawyers are former prosecutors and one of us is even a former Virginia police officer.

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The consequences for a reckless driving ticket in Virginia are severe.

They are many different types of Virginia reckless driving offenses. Some of the different types of reckless driving offenses in Virginia are:
• Passing on double line in Virginia is reckless driving
• Failure to maintain control in Virginia is reckless driving
• Speeding in excess of 20 miles over the speed limit in Virginia is reckless driving

Clients often ask us what happens when you get a reckless driving ticket in Virginia & how to get rid of a reckless driving charge?

There are many types of reckless driving offenses in Virginia. For example, if you spin your tires coming out of a parking lot, this could be considered reckless driving in Virginia.

A reckless driving charge in Virginia is a class 1 misdemeanor. The reckless driving penalties in Virginia are very severe. The fines for a reckless driving ticket in Virginia are a maximum of $2500. The maximum jail time is 1 year in jail and six months loss of license.

First and foremost, we tell our clients it is possible to get out of a reckless driving charge in Virginia. In some cases, our reckless driving attorneys in the Commonwealth of Virginia can even get rid of your reckless driving charge in absentia (that means you don’t have to show up).

Call us for help if you got a reckless driving ticket in any part of Virginia including Chesterfield, Virginia & Brunswick, Virginia.

Virginia Beach Traffic Ticket Speeding Ticket Reckless Driving

“Code § 18.2-266 proscribes driving while under the influence of alcohol, and Code § 18.2-270 provides that a violation of that statute is a Class 1 misdemeanor. Prior to July 1, 1990, Code § 18.2-11 provided that the maximum punishment for a Class 1 misdemeanor was twelve months in jail and/or a $1,000 fine. Code § 15.1-132 grants cities within the state the authority to enact similar ordinances for driving while under the influence. Under that statute, “[s]uch ordinances may provide the same penalties … as are provided by general law for similar offenses,” but “[n]o such ordinance shall provide for a lesser punishment.” Also applicable is Code § 15.1-901. Prior to February 21, 1991, that code section limited the penalties imposed by any municipal ordinance enacted pursuant to state authority to “a fine of $1,000 or imprisonment … for twelve months.” Penton v. City of Norfolk , 16 Va.App. 141, 428 S.E.2d 309 Va.App.,1993.

Need help with any type of traffic ticket or speeding ticket case in Virginia? The SRIS, P.C. Virginia Beach, Virginia traffic ticket lawyers can assist you with any type of traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Virginia Beach, Virginia. A SRIS, P.C. Virginia Beach traffic ticket attorney will discuss the facts of your case and advise you about your options. Many of the SRIS, P.C. Virginia Beach traffic ticket attorneys are former prosecutors. The SRIS, P.C. traffic lawyers also assist clients with reckless driving tickets, driving on suspended tickets, etc… in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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Prince William Virginia Traffic Ticket Speeding Ticket Reckless Driving

“Code § 18.2-266 proscribes driving while under the influence of alcohol, and Code § 18.2-270 provides that a violation of that statute is a Class 1 misdemeanor. Prior to July 1, 1990, Code § 18.2-11 provided that the maximum punishment for a Class 1 misdemeanor was twelve months in jail and/or a $1,000 fine. Code § 15.1-132 grants cities within the state the authority to enact similar ordinances for driving while under the influence. Under that statute, “[s]uch ordinances may provide the same penalties … as are provided by general law for similar offenses,” but “[n]o such ordinance shall provide for a lesser punishment.” Also applicable is Code § 15.1-901. Prior to February 21, 1991, that code section limited the penalties imposed by any municipal ordinance enacted pursuant to state authority to “a fine of $1,000 or imprisonment … for twelve months.” Penton v. City of Norfolk , 16 Va.App. 141, 428 S.E.2d 309 Va.App.,1993.

Need help with any type of traffic ticket or speeding ticket case in Prince William, Virginia? The SRIS, P.C. Prince William, Virginia traffic ticket lawyers can assist you with any type of traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Prince William, Virginia. A SRIS, P.C. Prince William, Virginia traffic ticket attorney will discuss the facts of your case and advise you about your options. Many of the SRIS, P.C. Prince William, Virginia traffic ticket attorneys are former prosecutors. The SRIS, P.C. traffic lawyers also assist clients with reckless driving tickets, driving on suspended tickets, etc… in Prince William, Virginia.

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4008 Williamsburg Court
Fairfax, Virginia 22032
(703) 278-0405
1.888.437.7747

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