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You are not a criminal, and you do not set out to break the law when you get into your car and buckle up. As you pull away from the curb, you are thinking about a million things. You are cruising . . . . and until you see the blue flashing lights in the rear view mirror, it is safe to say you had no intention of spending any time on the side of the road, with your personal history being suspiciously examined by a police officer.
As you pull over, your heart is thumping. The officer approaches your window: “Driver’s license and registration, please.” And before you can digest what is happening, the only thing you know is that you don’t know what is going to happen next.
Let this be the last time you feel that way.
When you get behind the wheel of your car in Virginia, you take on a great responsibility. Most of the time, your recognition of this responsibility guides you to make sound driving decisions. But nobody is perfect, and sometimes mistakes are made that result in traffic offenses, some with serious sounding allegations. If convicted of violating your legal responsibility, these offenses may affect your driving record or even your criminal record.
Don’t Go It Alone: Get the Best in Virginia Traffic Violation Defense
Whether it is DUI, reckless driving, excessive speed, driving on a suspended license, a juvenile traffic offense or any other serious Virginia violation, you should not just show up in court and appear before the judge. You should understand everything about the process you are involved in, like it or not; and, you can.
Joseph E. “Jeh” Hicks, of Jarrell, Hicks & Waldman, P.C., has dedicated himself to your defense. You can be sure that Jeh will provide:
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Don’t Let One Mistake Lead to a Second Mistake, or Worse: The Outcome Matters
Just because you have made a driving mistake doesn’t mean you should have to live with it forever. Joseph E. “Jeh” Hicks offers you the support you need to understand the charge you are facing and the process you are involved in, working with you to competently manage this difficult issue in your life.
Whether you have been charged with DUI, reckless driving, excessive speed, driving on a suspended license, or a juvenile traffic offense, Jeh Hicks will guide you carefully and expertly through the serious charges you may be facing.
Don’t wait until your legal problems have begun to take over your life. Contact Virginia traffic offense specialist Jeh Hicks, at Jarrell, Hicks and Waldman, P.C. today. Call our toll free number, (888) 783-9701, to set up a free consultation.
Jarrell, Hicks & Waldman, P.C.
Attorneys at Law
9064 Courthouse Road P.O. Box 127
Spotsylvania, Virginia, 22553
Toll Free: 888-783-9701
Local Phone: 540-582-5993
Virginia law is not much different for juveniles. For young people, aged 18 and under, most traffic violations carry significant repercussions and punishments. It is no longer your Daddy’s “Kiddie Court.” Today, Juvenile traffic offenses will land you and your child in your local juvenile court, where a judge will decide your child’s fate. Hiring a lawyer is the smartest thing a parent can do in these situations. You wouldn’t go into Court without an attorney if your license were on the line. Neither should your child. In addition, you do not have the necessary legal experience to assist your child in the courtroom. The judgment of the Juvenile Court is every bit as real as any other type of court. You and your child deserve to enter a courtroom prepared for what is about to happen.
Reckless driving is also often charged as a Class I Misdemeanor. For this serious driving violation, you could be convicted of a crime, making this event part of your permanent criminal record, with a possible license suspension. Other serious offenses include excessive speed, causing an accident, school zone violations and red light charges. We work tirelessly to defend you and reduce or eliminate these serious charges.
A Virginia DUI violation is a Class I Misdemeanor and can bring very serious consequences. You will need strong, eperienced legal representation to minimize the impact on this mistake will have on your life. We will research your case fully and bring a defense designed to protect your rights.