Lane splitting is a form of reckless driving in Virginia, and carries the penalties of the Class 1 misdemeanor. Lane sharing, however, is perfectly fine.
Speeding tickets are traffic infractions, not misdemeanors. In most cases, you can resolve them by simply paying the associated fine online.
There are several ways to fight a reckless driving ticket in Virginia, such as challenging the radar reading or negotiating for a lower punishment.
There are several ways to avoid reckless driving charges in Virginia. However, the easiest is to simply avoid driving over 80 miles per hour.
There are several common strategies for fighting a reckless driving ticket in Virginia. Many center on reducing the charge to improper driving.
The Virginia Code treats some traffic offenses committed by juveniles differently than those committed by adults. Most prominent are the penalties for DUI and texting while driving.
Driving a commercial vehicle can be difficult and dangerous. Therefore, the requirements for a CDL are stricter than a regular driver’s license, and the penalties for breaking the law are more severe.
Reckless driving is a serious crime with serious penalties. In this episode of Law Talk, Jennifer and Jessica discuss the specifics of how it works in Virginia.
Many Virginia residents often wonder whether they should fight a traffic ticket in court, and are unsure about the costs and benefits of doing so.
Driving while drowsy is a very serious and growing problem in the United States, which causes tens of thousands of accidents every year.
In this episode of Law Talk, Jonathan and Andrew explore the basics of reckless driving and other criminal driving charges in Virginia.
Reckless driving is a Class 1 misdemeanor in Virginia, punishable by hefty fines, license suspension, and even, in some cases, jail time.