Bland County, VA Speeding Ticket Lawyer
Home to less than 7000 residents, Bland County, Virginia is situated just north of the I-77/I-81 intersection. Highway I-77 runs north – south, and divides bland County in half.
The county seat of Bland County is the village of Bland, which is unincorporated.
Driving through this mostly rural county, it is often easy for drivers to exceed the posted speed limits. These factors result in Bland County being a favorite spot for Virginia State Highway Patrol to catch unwary motorists for driving over the speed limit.
In Virginia, speeding can carry additional consequences if a driver is going 81 mph or more in a 70 mile-per-hour speed zone – namely, a speeding ticket turning into a reckless driving ticket. Reckless driving is much more severe than speeding. Because reckless driving in Virginia is considered to be a misdemeanor similar in nature to driving under the influence, tickets for reckless driving in particular should not be ignored.
If you have received a speeding/reckless driving ticket in Bland County, I can help. I offer a free consultation so that you can learn about your options to contest your ticket, and the process involved for the same.
I offer clients fixed fee representation, meaning that there is no uncertainty as to how much legal fees will be to contest your ticket at the trial level. My firm also accepts credit card payments, if this is your preference.
In Most Cases, You Won’t Even Need to Appear in Court
If I and my firm are retained, in most cases I can appear in court on your behalf – you will not even need to show up to court. Thus you won’t need to take time off of work or to travel to the courthouse.
Don’t Ignore Your Ticket (or Worry about What to Do)
Drivers who have been issued tickets should never simply ignore their ticket, thinking that it will never come back on their record. The computerization of traffic tickets means that even if you are not a Virginia resident and don’t plan to ever be driving through Virginia again, if you are stopped by the police in another state, there is a good chance that your traffic ticket may show up when a records check is conducted. In more serious cases, such as a failure to appear in court for a reckless driving ticket, it’s possible that a warrant could even be issued.
Don’t take this chance.
With an affordable fixed fee representation, I can represent you in seeking the best outcome possible. So don’t ignore your ticket – call me and learn about how I can help.