Why Traffic Tickets Are Worth Fighting
Many people view traffic tickets as a minor legal hassle, but in fact, the situation could be far more serious than that. Certain traffic offenses are misdemeanor crimes. Depending on the charge and your driving record, a ticket for speeding, reckless driving or another traffic offense could result in driver’s license suspension or even time in jail.
At Coates, Battle & Tyree, our attorneys have extensive experience defending clients in traffic courts throughout Virginia. We are here to protect your driver’s license, your pocketbook and your freedom.
Handling All Types Of Traffic Violation Cases
It is not uncommon to be pulled over on area interstates and highways for reckless driving, speeding and other violations. Interstates 95, 295 and 64 are all perilous places to drive.
Our attorneys know the traffic court system in Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover counties and throughout surrounding areas and are here to guide you to the best possible result in this legal matter. We defend clients against a broad range of traffic charges, including:
- Reckless driving
- Drunk driving (DUI/DWI)
- Speeding and aggravated speeding
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license
- Following too closely
- Impeding traffic
- Improper passing
- Improper U-turn
- Running a red light
We represent out-of-state drivers. If you were pulled over and issued a ticket while visiting or passing through Virginia, you need an experienced and local traffic defense attorney. We will do everything in our power to limit the hassle of fighting an out-of-state traffic ticket. In many cases, we can appear in court on behalf of our clients, so they need not return to the Richmond area.
Call Us For Effective Traffic Ticket Defense
Whether you live in Virginia or were just passing through, our defense lawyers are here to help you fight this ticket. Call our Richmond law offices at 804-729-5537 or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation. We represent drivers throughout Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover counties as well as drivers who travel through Virginia from other states.