Traffic Offenses

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Lynchburg Traffic Attorney

Aggressively Fighting for You Against Traffic Violations & Crimes

At first glance, a traffic offense may seem inconsequential, but this can be deceiving. When you receive any kind of traffic ticket for an infraction, you are pleading guilty to a violation when you automatically prepay the fine. A guilty plea will lead to a conviction on your driving record and potential demerit points. Other traffic offenses can be more serious, resulting in potential jail time and hefty fines. To fight traffic offenses, you will have to plead not guilty in court. To ensure you have a proper defense, it is highly recommended that you hire an experienced and aggressive attorney.

Our Lynchburg traffic lawyer offers proficient and vigorous legal support in the face of any traffic violation. Call (434) 264-5444 or contact us online for details.

Few people on their own have the skills or knowledge to know how to conduct themselves in court against prosecutors and law enforcement. At A. R. Pike Law Firm, we know the law, how to investigate cases, gather pertinent evidence, and devise an effective plan of attack. Our Lynchburg traffic attorney will fight back on your behalf seeking to have the charge dismissed or reduced where possible.

What Are the Traffic Offenses in Virginia?

Virginia traffic offenses are divided into three categories that are based on the seriousness of the offense. The category of the offense will determine the level of the penalties ordered by the court.

Traffic violation categories are:

  • Traffic infractions - punishable by fines and demerit points on your driving record
  • Traffic-related misdemeanors - punishable by jail time, fines, and license suspension
  • Traffic-related felonies - punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $2,500

Traffic Offenses in Virginia

Some examples of traffic offenses in Virginia include:

Traffic Infractions

  • Speeding
  • Improper turns
  • Failing to obey traffic signs or signals
  • Tailgating
  • Failing to come to a complete stop

Traffic Misdemeanors

  • Reckless driving
  • Driving without a license or with a suspended license
  • DUI

In the most serious cases, a reckless driving incident in which someone was killed or seriously injured may result in a felony charge. Misdemeanor and felony convictions will result in a permanent criminal record while traffic infractions will not. Any criminal record can impact your future in terms of employment, housing, security clearances, and a traffic crime conviction will likely raise your auto insurance rates.

How Can You Fight Back?

Your best option in fighting any traffic violation is to bring your case to our Lynchburg traffic offenses attorney. We can make a critical review of the facts and circumstances surrounding the charge and challenge the court through a properly-designed defense. Let us use our competence and skills to help you preserve your freedom, finances, and driving privilege.

Contact our Lynchburg traffic lawyer today for a consultation at (434) 264-5444.

Meet Your attorney

Attorney Aaron R. Pike has helped his clients to organize their legal strategies and build effective defenses by taking the time to understand their cases and help them tell their side of the story. Since his service in the USAF, Mr. Pike has devoted his legal practice to helping people with a variety of legal matters.