V I R G I N I A R E C K L E S S D R I V I N G
Welcome to Naumovski Law. There are over 14 different Virginia reckless driving offenses and our attorneys can assist in defending you against whichever one you been charged with including reckless driving due to speed (20 miles over speed limit or over 80 miles an hour), passing a stopped school bus, general reckless driving, racing, and reckless driving resulting from failure to maintain proper control of a vehicle to name a few of the common charges.
Warning: Virginia Reckless Driving is a Class 1 Criminal Misdemeanor.
Reckless Driving in Virginia is a serious offense, classified as a class 1 CRIMINAL misdemeanor. Conviction of reckless driving can result in up to 1 year in jail, fines of up to $2,500, suspension of your license for up to 6 months, 6 demerit points on driver’s license (Virginia DMV license holders) possible loss of your security clearance (e.g. federal employees, contractors or military) as well possible spike in auto insurance premiums.
A conviction for reckless driving in Virginia is a permanent criminal conviction that will never go away.
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A Virginia Reckless Driving Charge may be Reduced to Lesser Traffic Offenses (Traffic infractions)
A Virginia Reckless Driving ticket can be reduced to a lower non criminal offense (traffic infraction). At the conclusion of a trial, based on all the evidence a judge can decide to reduce the charge, or a Prosecutor, Trooper or … more
Types of Radars and Other Measures of Speed
3 types of radars are used in Virginia. Stationary Radar: This type of radar uses microwave technology and can not target an individual vehicle. Although an individual vehicle can not be pinpointed, the idea behind a stationary radar is that … more
The Various Virginia Reckless Driving Offenses:
Below is a general description of the most often charged Virginia reckless driving offenses in HamptonRoads. Please contact the law firm to discuss more in detail any below offense you may of been charged with. § 46.2-852. Reckless Driving, General: This … more
Appealing a Reckless Driving Conviction:
If found guilty of reckless driving in General District Court (this is the court where all reckless driving cases are heard in addition to other civil, traffic and criminal matters), a defendant has 10 days to appeal the decision. If … more
All Reckless Driving Representations are handled at a Fixed Fee:
The law firm offers reckless driving representation at a fixed fee. The fixed fee can vary based on the reckless driving charge, the city you got your reckless driving ticket, if an individual has a commercial drivers license, and if … more
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Unrelenting dedication to the defense of Clients facing traffic or criminal matters is the guiding principle of Naumovski Law. Attorney Naumovski started Naumovski Law