VA Traffic Defense
There are many types of traffic violations with a broad range from simple to serious. These can be finable infractions or more seriously carry jail time. Michael A. Robinson formerly served as a Virginia Prosecutor and, therefore, is able to think like the Prosecutor you will be facing. His experience and knowledge will be to your advantage in determining the best possible outcome for your particular case.
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The scope of a reckless driving charge is very broad. This charge can result from a DUI, excessively exceeding the speed limit, or if you are deemed to be driving without regard to the safety of yourself and others. Robinson Law is equipped to challenge the evidence that will be presented against you. For your defense, Robinson Law analyzes and investigates every factor relating to your charge and will aggressively work to ensure that your charges will be dropped or reduced and that the subsequent penalties will be limited.
Robinson Law maintains the primary objective of getting you back on the road with the least possible consequences to your driving privileges and your record.
Michael A. Robinson has the knowledge to challenge allegations of reckless driving in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Using his experience as a former Virginia Prosecutor, he knows how to protect your rights in legal matters and understands the allegations relating to the charge of reckless driving.
If you think of your DMV record in the same way that you think of your credit report, you will realize that this is a reflection of you. It is a reflection of your ability to follow the rules and the level of responsibility you maintain while on the road. Your DMV record is also like your credit report in that this record will follow you for years in your dealings with the DMV and your insurance company. No traffic ticket should be taking lightly.
Notably, Virginia’s DMV utilizes the points system. In keeping track of your traffic history, they assign points to your record when you are found in violation of the traffic code. More points are assigned in accordance to the seriousness of your offense. Insurance companies charge higher premiums and deductibles in accordance to the total number of points on your record.
You should not make the mistake of thinking an attorney will be unable to help you. Robinson Law takes all traffic tickets seriously.
In the Commonwealth of Virginia, driving on a suspended license or driving with a revoked license is considered a very serious traffic offense. It is often punishable by up to six months of jail times and can carry fines up to $1,000. It also usually results in a license suspension.
Therefore, it is important to find a defense attorney that will aggressively fight to maintain your privilege to drive. Robinson Law will pursue a reduction and/or a dismissal of this particular charge. Michael A. Robinson’s expertise stems from his experience as a Prosecutor for the Commonwealth of Virginia. As a respected former Prosecutor for the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, Michael’s relationship with current Prosecutors and Judges will go a long way in negotiating alternatives to loss of license penalties or jail time.
It is a common occurrence for individuals to remain unaware of the fact that they are Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License until the time that they are stopped by the police. This, however, is not a defense in itself. Michael A. Robinson possesses the expertise and knows the legal defense strategies to formulate a strong case defense.
If you have been charged with Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License, fill out the free online case evaluation form that is posted below. To reach Attorney Michael A. Robinson directly, call the offices of Robinson Law at 703-542-4008 for your free consultation.
Hit and Run accidents are usually result of an individual or group of individuals or cause damage to another person or property and leave the scene without properly notifying authorities or identifying themselves. Hit and Run accidents are charged as misdemeanors or felonies in accordance to the severity of the situation.
The court considers a number of factors in a Hit and Run case evaluation. One factor is whether or not anyone was injured in the accident along with the severity of the injury. The same considerations are made in terms of property damage in assessing the extent of the damage and costs. Another important factor is the level of cooperation that the individual displayed in dealing with law enforcement. The court will also take into account whether or not the individual being charged has ever had any prior offenses as well as the overall nature of the incident.
Being convicted of a Hit and Run is a very serious matter. An individual may face large fines, community service, probation, and imprisonment in the most serious of cases. The severity of a Hit and Run case in Virginia is extremely high. Therefore, it is necessary for you to hire a defense attorney that has the experience, background, knowledge, and reputation within the court system to best handle this charge and make sure that the client is presented with the best alternatives that are available in these cases. If you have been convicted of a Hit and Run, complete the following free case evaluation form or call Attorney Michael A. Robinson at his office at: 703-542-4008.