Fairfax Reckless Driving Attorney
Practically everyone who has been driving for any considerable amount of time will garner a traffic ticket at some point in his or her life. For some traffic offenses, however, the penalties reach far beyond a traffic citation and fine. Reckless driving in Virginia is a criminal offense punishable by not only fines, but also license suspension and even jail. If you have been arrested and face a possible criminal traffic charge, it is wise to contact an experienced Fairfax reckless driving lawyer as soon as possible after your arrest.
You may feel that you have no option but to plead guilty and accept the consequences of a conviction. However, a qualified and aggressive lawyer in Fairfax County, Virginia knows that there are a number of tools for your defense. With an aggressive defense, you may be able to have your charges reduced or even dismissed completely. When you are facing a criminal charge in a traffic case, the stakes are high and the potential penalties are numerous. You need to do everything possible to attempt to avoid a conviction.
Serious Traffic Offenses and Reckless Driving in Fairfax
The attorneys with our firm have experience in this type of case, and can defend you against cases including, but not limited to:
- Excessive speed of 20 mph or more above the posted limit
- Failure to yield to an emergency vehicle with sirens and/or lights engaged
- Failure to signal
- Drag racing
- Illegal passing
Thomas Soldan has the skill and experience to represent your case for the best possible outcome. Your case will likely be heard at the Loudoun County General District Court, located at 4110 Chain Bridge Road in Fairfax, Virginia.
What To Do If You’ve Been Charged
If you have been arrested for, or formally charged with reckless driving, do not attempt to handle your own case without representation from an attorney with experience handling this type of case. To find out about options for your defense and to schedule a free evaluation of your case, please contact us on our website.
If you were ticketed for driving 20 mph over the speed limit, or over 80 mph, in Virginia, you were likely charged with reckless driving. Even if you do not live in the Commonwealth of Virginia, you should contact a Fairfax attorney with experience handling reckless driving cases. Visit our Fairfax criminal defense page to learn about other criminal charges and offenses in Fairfax, Virginia.