Reckless Driving in Hampton Virginia
Many lawyers can make claim regarding defending individuals charged with Reckless Driving in Hampton, but how many Virginia attorneys really know the local city, the judges, state troopers and local police and actually understand the specifics of the local law? Our firm started in this city, and attorney Naumovski has been in front of the 3 Hampton judges hundreds of times. We know that being charged with reckless driving in this town is not like receiving a typical traffic ticket. Here, it is a criminal
offense punishable by hefty fines, suspension of license, and even up to 1 year of
jail time. Not to mention that auto insurance companies hike up rates
for those convicted of RD and label them as unsafe drivers which can even lead to
them becoming uninsurable. Nobody wants this to happen himself or
herself. But drivers here are faced with a multitude of challenges in
a region intersecting with a multitude of land, water, and air
The city connects to its neighboring cities of Norfolk and Newport Newport News with several major motor vehicle crossings. The
first is the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) which is on Interstate
64 near downtown. Serving an average of 88,000 vehicles per day (and
100,000 plus during the tourist season), HRBT is the busiest facility
of its kind in the state of Virginia. The second crossing is the
Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel (MMMBT) which is on Interstate
664 near Newport News. Both of these interstates, 64 and 664, make up
part of the Hampton Roads Beltway and come together near the Hampton
Coliseum. This entertainment and sports arena attracts many commuters
to the area, along with the newly developed Peninsula Town Center and
its wide variety of restaurants, stores, offices, homes, and other
attractions. A third major crossing, the James River Bridge, connects
Newport News to Isle of Wight County and to the town of Smithfield.
Rush hour and holiday weekend congestion is typical on these
expressways, and the many other highways serving the region including
U.S. Routes 17, 60 and 258, and Virginia State Routes 134 and 143.
Commuters crowd the roadways in a city home to a large military
complex (Langley Air Force Base), several space facilities (NASA
Langley Research Center, Virginia Air and Space Center), and several
universities (Hampton University, Thomas Nelson Community College).
Virginia State Troopers and the local police department continually search these roads for drivers to charge with reckless driving, and if you are unfortunate
enough to be chosen, you need a local lawyer to stand up for you in
court. There is only one Hampton reckless driving attorney who can do
it right. We offer a free consultation so do not hesitate to contact
us and learn what what we can do for you.