Virginia Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys

  1. Abingdon
    1. Jessee & Read: Arson Assault and battery Burglary Domestic violence Drug possession Drunk driving offenses Homicide Rape Robbery Theft/larceny Traffic violations White collar crime Coleman, Pratt & Johnson: Criminal/drug charges* Juvenile delinquency * Reckless driving* Speeding* DUI * Child custody* Wills * Power of attorneys* Personal injury
    2. Coale, Jeff: Civil litigation, auto accidents, negligence, personal injury and wrongful death. Products liability, defective products, pharmaceutical injuries and defective drugs. Criminal defense, everything from complex felonies to simple misdemeanor cases, jury and non-jury trials. Traffic tickets, speeding and reckless driving. Alcohol offenses, dui, dwi and underage possession. Drug possession, manufacture, distribution and conspiracy. Shoplifting, burglary, grand and petit larceny and the like. Serious criminal litigation, including homicides and sex offenses. Advice for target defendants investigated by federal, state and/or local authorities. Probation violations, show cause and contempt of court. Family law, divorce and separation, child custody and visitation, child support and spousal support. Business law, contract disputes and regulatory compliance. Mediation and arbitration where appropriate.
  2. Alexandria
  3. Altavista-Ashland
  4. Amherst
    1. Shrader, Thompson: * Auto Accidents and other Personal Injuries * Domestic Relations/Family Law * Civil Litigation * Criminal Law, including Traffic Violations * Estate Planning and Administration * Real Estate * Corporate and Business Representation * Chancery * Local Government Law
  5. Ashland
    1. Campbell & Campbell: DUI/DWI - Criminal Defense - Traffic Offenses/Habitual Offender - Real Estate Law & Litigation - Wills and Simple Testamentary Trusts - Probate & Estate Administration - Personal Injury - Plaintiff - Medical Malpractice - Divorce/Equitable Distribution - Small Business Law Call us today to schedule appointment.
    2. Marks, Steve: Quick Facts: “The major tightening of the state’s drunken-driving laws makes Virginia one of the toughest states in the nation seeking to combat carnage on the highways.” -Richmond Times-Dispatch, June 27, 2004. Speed in excess of 80 miles per hour is considered reckless driving by the Code of Virginia. Reckless driving Driving under the influence Suspended license Speeding etc.
  6. Bedford
    1. Pack, Matthew: "I'm placing you under arrest". Those powerful words can change your life forever. It may end well for you or it may end very badly, with fines, jail or even prison time.The best way to influence the outcome is to say these powerful words:"I Want to Speak to My Lawyer."But who will you call? Your choice of a criminal defense attorney may be the most important decision you make after an arrest. You need a lawyer who is dependable, and aggressive, as well as compassionate and attentive to your individual goals.
    2. Shoen, Daren: Arson Assault and battery Burglary Domestic violence Drug possession Drunk driving offenses Murder Juvenile Offenses / Delinquency Rape and Sex crimes Robbery Theft and larceny Traffic violations / Speeding White collar crime
  7. Blacksburg
  8. Bristol
    1. Allen, Kopet & Associates: Administrative Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Automobile Liability Bad Faith Litigation Bankruptcy Business Planning Catastrophic & Wrongful Death Litigation Civil Defense Litigation Civil Rights Defense Commercial Leases Community Association Representation Construction Defect Construction Law Defense Consumer Fraud Defense Corporate Organization Criminal Defense DUI/DWI Defense EEOC Charge Defense Employment Discrimination Defense Environmental Law EPL Errors & Omissions of All Professionals Family Law Fire Loss Investigation & Litigation General Liability Insurance Coverage Insurance Defense Insurance Law Labor Law Liquor Liability Mediation Natural Resources Law Non-profit D&O Nursing Home Liability Personal Injury Defense PIP Defense & Arbitrations Premises Liability Defense Products Liability Defense Professional Liability Property Damage Defense Property Loss Claims Property Manager Representation Recreational Products Litigation Regulatory Defense of Retaliatory Discharge & Wrongful Discharge Claims Sexual Harassment Subrogation Toxic Torts Traffic Violations Defense Trucking & Commercial Vehicle Liability Workers’ Compensation Defense
    2. Fleenor, Douglas: In Virginia, operating a motor vehicle after consuming alcohol or other drugs may result in being charged with drunk driving. Driving under the influence of alcohol, drunk driving, drinking and driving is commonly referred to as a DUI or DWI. OWI is operating while intoxicated. Depending on the state you have been charged in, the charging document may refer to the charge as a DUI, DWI or OUI. Another type of offense is a DUID. DUID is driving under the influence of drug(s) or a combination of alcohol and drugs. Regardless of whether you have been charged with a DUI, DWI, OWI or DUID, the penalties are very serious in Virginia. The penalties you receive from the court is only the beginning. You stand to lose your job, pay an exorbitant rate for car insurance, lose your ability to drive either completely or have your driving privileges extremely restricted. The courts have had a lot of pressure put on them lately to not give any kind of break to those charged with an offense where alcohol and driving are involved. These laws apply not only to automobiles, but also to boats and aircraft as well.
  9. Buena Vista
    1. Spencer & Taylor: A DUI or DWI conviction has significant consequences, including the possible suspension of a driving license and/or jail time. It is important to have an attorney with our experience at your side.
  10. Burke
    1. Hazelwood, Charles: speeding tickets and other serious traffic violations, including driving under the influence (DUI)
  11. Carrollton
    1. Plott, Stephen: Virginia traffic law is unusual in that any traffic violations you are charged with in Virginia are reported to a vast majority of other states. Both speeding convictions and other traffic violations in Virginia are assigned demerit points by the VA DMV. A speeding ticket can be a three, four point or six point violation, depending upon how fast you were driving. Reckless Driving by speed is a six point offense. In Virginia, if you accumulate more than 18 points in a single year or 24 points in two years, the Department of Motor Vehicles will suspend your license. Speeding Illegal Turns Failure to Stop Failure to Obey a Highway Sign Driving with suspended or revoked license Driving with Expired tags Driving without registration/expired registration Hit and Run Reckless Driving DUI/DWI All other Traffic Violatiosn
  12. Charles Town
    1. Campbelll Flannery: Drunk Driving (DUI / DWI) Traffic Violations Assault Battery Burglary Robbery Domestic Violence Kidnapping Arson White Collar Offenses Juvenile Matters Drug and Narcotics Charges Appeals Felonies Misdemeanors
  13. Charlottesville
  14. Chatham
    1. Gott, Larry: General law Criminal law DUI / Traffic C.
  15. Chesapeake
  16. Chester
    1. Tomlin & McKeen: Felonies Misdemeanors Probation Revocations License Suspensions DWI’s Drug Cases Sexual Assaults Child Abuse Cases Assaults Weapons Cases
  17. Chesterfield
  18. Chester
    1. Phelps, Charles: * Driving on a suspended license * Drunk driving (DUI or DWI) * Speeding violations * Hit and run * Reckless driving
  19. Christansburg
    1. Nagel, David: Criminal Defense Your choice of attorney could affect your freedom and your future.
    2. Fisher Law Firm: all types of traffic and criminal matters
  20. Colonial Heights
  21. Covington
    1. Collins & Helper: criminal defense, ranging from traffic infractions and DUI's to serious felonies, including the prosecution and defense of capital murder cases
  22. Courtland
  23. Covington
    1. Pasco & Pasco: Driving under the influence (DUI, also sometimes called DWI or OUI) is one of the most commonly committed crimes in the United States. Unfortunately, because this crime is so common, many people make the mistake of taking their DUI arrests lightly instead of seeking appropriate legal representation. If you’ve been charged with DUI, your first step should be to discuss your charges with a DUI lawyer...
  24. Culpepper
  25. Daleville
    1. Wills, Stephen: Automobile Accidents Corporations and Small Business Criminal Divorce and Domestic Relations Drug Offenses DUI Juvenile Law Litigation Medical Malpractice Personal Injury Traffic Wills and Trusts Wrongful Death Zoning and Land Use
    2. Hagan, Robert: TRIAL PRACTICE Personal Injury Commercial & Contracts Criminal Defense Land Use & Development Traffic & DUI Land Titles & Boundaries Divorce & Custody Wills & Powers of Attorney
  26. Danville
    1. Pearson Law Firm:You need an experienced drunk driving attorney, who can offer you the best advice on how to proceed. For example, the police have certain procedures they follow when they suspect you of drunk driving. In general, you may know that you are not required to make any statements without an attorney present. If you are arrested, you are entitled to an attorney.
    2. Williams, Morrison, Light & Moreau: If you have been charged with a DUI or DWI, you face serious potential consequences in the criminal courts of Virginia. With an experienced attorney at your side, you can fight the charges you face and keep your license. Regardless of your prior criminal record, a first-offense DUI in Virginia could mean a penalty of up to $2,500 in fines, twelve months in jail, and a year's loss of license. If you had a blood alcohol level above .15, you face a mandatory five days in jail. Anything above a .20 will result in a mandatory ten days in jail. That is why it is so important to do everything you can to lower the charges you face and minimize the potential consequences.
    3. Angela Hamlet: The consequences of a criminal conviction can be devastating for you and your family.
  27. Dinwiddie
  28. Dublin
    1. Barbour & Simkins: Adoptions Automobile Accidents Child Custody Child Support Construction Accidents Criminal Law Divorce Driving Under the Influence Drug Crimes Family Law Felonies and Misdemeanors General Civil Litigation Head and Spinal Injuries Juvenile Law Motorcycle Accidents Parole and Probation Paternity Premarital Agreements Spousal Support Traffic Violations Trucking Accidents Visitation Rights Weapons Charges Wrongful Death
    2. Angie Morris: The Sixth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states that criminal defendants have a right to the assistance of counsel. Courts have interpreted this to mean that criminal defendants have a right to an attorney during all critical stages throughout the criminal process. In addition, before a defendant is permitted to proceed to trial without a lawyer, the challenges and dangers of doing so must be "rigorously conveyed" to the defendant.
  29. Edinburg
    1. Bennett & Zimmerman: I – 81( Interstate 81 ) accidents Serious injury and death cases Fatalities, fractures, brain and spinal injuries Slip and fall Personal injury Wrongful death Motorcycle accidents Truck accidents Auto accidents Tractor-trailer accidents DUI / DWI OWI / OUI Driving on suspended license Hit and run Reckless driving Traffic offenses
  30. Emory
    1. Coale, Jeff: BulletCivil litigation, auto accidents, negligence, personal injury and wrongful death. BulletProducts liability, defective products, pharmaceutical injuries and defective drugs. BulletCriminal defense, everything from complex felonies to simple misdemeanor cases, jury and non-jury trials. BulletTraffic tickets, speeding and reckless driving. BulletAlcohol offenses, dui, dwi and underage possession. BulletDrug possession, manufacture, distribution and conspiracy. BulletShoplifting, burglary, grand and petit larceny and the like. BulletSerious criminal litigation, including homicides and sex offenses. BulletAdvice for target defendants investigated by federal, state and/or local authorities. BulletProbation violations, show cause and contempt of court. BulletFamily law, divorce and separation, child custody and visitation, child support and spousal support. BulletBusiness law, contract disputes and regulatory compliance. BulletMediation and arbitration where appropriate.
  31. Falls Church Falls Church
  32. Fairfax Fairfax
  33. Fincastle
    1. Wiegandt & Doubles: DUI / DWI – Have you been convicted of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
    2. Spigle, Roe, Massey & Clay: Elements of Felony DUI/DWI The elements of the criminal offense of driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) are universal in most jurisdictions. The elements include the following: (1) that the defendant operated or was in physical control of a vehicle upon a roadway; (2) within the court's jurisdiction; and (3) and the operation occurred while the defendant was either under the influence of an intoxicant or narcotic to the extent that his or her normal faculties were impaired or the defendant was driving with a blood alcohol concentration above a prohibited level.
  34. Fredericksburg
  35. Galax
    1. Lyons & Mitchell: Assault and Battery, DUI and DWI, Drug Crimes, Traffic Violations
  36. Glen Allen
  37. Gloucester
  38. Halifax
    1. Gravitt & Gravitt: Divorce » Custody & Visitation » Support » Traffic » Personal Injury » Disability & Social Security » Collections » Real Estate » Wills & Estates » Adoption » Protective Orders » Criminal » General Litigation
  39. Hampton
  40. Hampton Roads
    1. Marle, Simon: Traffic Matters Having to appear as a defendant in court for a traffic violation can be a stressful experience. If you have been charged with a traffic offense you have the right to hire an experienced traffic lawyer who knows how to protect your legal rights. Many traffic matters carry the possibility of jail time, including DUI / DWI, Reckless Driving and Driving on a Suspended License. When hiring a lawyer to represent you in court it is important to hire a lawyer who knows the law, has experience in the matter(s) that you need representation in, and makes you feel comfortable that they are there to represent your matter.
  41. Harrisonburg
  42. Herndon
  43. Henrico
    1. Kizer, Wade: DWI, DUI, and drunk driving are all synonyms for violations of Virginia Code 18.2-266. This code section includes driving while under the influence of alcohol as well as driving while under the influence of drugs or marijuana. In Virginia, a first offense of DUI is a Class 1 misdemeanor with a potential for a jail sentence for up to one year. Second convictions and cases where drivers have elevated blood alcohol carry mandatory jail time.
    2. Richmond Traffic Attorney: Clients who are looking to make sure they do not deal with over-zealous prosecutors need an attorney to help them through the DUI/DWI process. This is a difficult and confusing process, and an experienced criminal law attorney can help navigate through the system.
  44. Hillsville
  45. Hopewell
    1. Leavitt, Daniel: Most people are aware of the severe penalties associated with driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving under the influence of drugs (DUID). Even first-time convictions carry a fine ranging from $250 to $2500, a one-year license revocation and, if the blood alcohol content (BAC) is high enough, a mandatory jail sentence. For a second offense, the mandatory fine is doubled, as is the mandatory jail sentence, and the license suspension is for three years. Third offense can be charged as a felony. Of course, the penalties increase with each successive conviction, as do the negative impacts to your reputation in the community and opportunities for employment.
    2. Martin, Mary: Assault & Battery Conspiracy Criminal Justice, Defense & Appeals Drugs & Narcotics Offenses Drunk & Disorderly Conduct Drunk Driving Federal Courts Felonies Forgery & Fraud Habitual Offenders Homicide Investigations Jail Consultations Juvenile Offenders Kidnapping, Abduction & Unlawful Restraint Misdemeanors & Misdemeanor Bonds Non-Negligent Manslaughter Notary Services Probation & Probation Violations Reckless Driving & Endangerment Sexual Abuse Solicitation State Courts Suspended Licenses Theft, Burglary & Robbery Traffic Violations Vandalism Vehicular Homicide & Manslaughter Weapons Offenses White Collar Crimes
    3. Clark, Bruce: traffic law and DUI charges
  46. King George
    1. Richmond Low: If you are facing drunk driving or drug charges, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer making sure your constitutional rights are protected. I have extensive experience representing people arrested or charged with all types of driving offenses such as drunk driving (DUI / DWI).
  47. King William
    1. Jonathan Gatewood: A drunk driving charge is a serious matter. You need a serious attorney to defend you against the charge.
  48. Leesburg
  49. Lexington
  50. Louisa
    1. Craig, Graven: Select Criminal and Traffic cases in Louisa County and surrounding areas, including Albemarle County, City of Charlottesville, Orange County, Madison County, Greene County and Goochland County
    2. Maus, John: Domestic Relations Family Law Criminal Defense Local Government Law Criminal Appeals DUI/DWI Felonies Forgery Murder Sex Crimes Search and Seizure Traffic Violations Burglary Assault and Battery Criminal Fraud Drivers License Suspension Homicide Misdemeanors Theft Weapons Charges
    3. Harris, Stephen: DUI/DWI Reckless driving Driving with a suspended license Moving violations Domestic violence Violent crimes Sexual offenses Larceny Embezzlement Drug offenses Juvenile offenses Auto accidents
  51. Lovetsville
    1. Ault, Spencer: Have you been arrested and charged with DUI? Driving Under the Influence is a serious offense in the state of Virginia and comes with steep penalties and fines, both of which can have a serious outcome on your lifestyle. If may become difficult or impossible to take care of the most basic but important of tasks, such as commuting to work or getting to the grocery store. If you have been convicted of DUI you should hire an experienced DUI attorney to represent you and your case and help ensure your life can continue with as little disruption as possible.
  52. Lovingston
    1. Berry & Maddox: A person commits the offense of speeding when he or she operates a motor vehicle at a speed that is in excess of the speed that is permitted under state statutes, local ordinances, or highway or traffic regulations.
  53. Lynchburg
  54. Manassas
  55. McLean
  56. Mechanicsville
    1. Weatherly, Doug: Misdemeanors and felonies Assaults Larceny cases – including petty and grand larceny DUI’s Drug charges – including drug possession Embezzlement Firearms charges and more
    2. McCaul, Martin, Evans & Cook: Virginia laws for driving under the influence (DUI) are strict and growing ever stricter. A person can be arrested for a DUI for driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or both, and may face very serious consequences: * Mandatory jail time * Loss of driving privileges * Fines * Community service * Mandatory drug & alcohol rehabilitation
  57. Midlothian
  58. Montross
    1. Smith, Jan: Criminal Litigation (Felonies, Misdemeanors, Domestic Offenses, and Traffic) Civil Litigation (Landlord-Tenant, Personal Injury, Contract, Creditor-Debtor, Wrongful Termination, and more) Family Law (Child Custody, Divorce) Education Law (Individualized Education Programs, Due Process in School Discipline, etc.) Association Law (Homeowners Association Disputes, By-Law and Organizational Document Drafting) Business Litigation Business Formation (By-Laws, Articles of Organization, Articles of Incorporation, Membership Agreements, etc.) Trusts and Estates Contract Review and Drafting Legal Documents (Deeds, Powers of Attorney, Advanced Medical Directives, etc.)
  59. Newport News
  60. Norfolk
  61. Oakton
  62. Onacock
    1. Stallings, Bush & Randall: - Appeals - Bankruptcy and Workouts - Civil Litigation - Civil Rights - Commercial Litigation - Construction Law - Corporate & Business Law - Creditor's Rights - Criminal Law - Custody Involving Sexual Abuse - Divorce - Driving Under The Influence (D.U.I.) - Eminent Domain/ Condemnation/ Property Rights - Employer-Employee Relations - Immigration - Insurance Disputes - Juvenile & Children's Law - Land Use & Zoning Law - Municipal & Administrative Law - Nursing Home Negligence - Personal Injury - Real Estate - Traffic Offenses - Wills, Estates & Trusts
  63. Orange
    1. Bowman & Harper: Counselors advising on what to do if you are stopped If you have been pulled over by the police, there are several ways that you can help yourself: Do not be intimidated by the police. If you are nervous, police officers may think that you are hiding something or are intoxicated. Don’t give them that opportunity. Remaining calm and being polite are good ways to ensure that police officers leave you alone. Clean out your glove box. Fumbling through these compartments to find your registration or insurance can be easily misinterpreted as intoxication. Keeping the glove box or center console neat and clean allows you to swiftly grab your identification and present it to a police officer. Do not let the police search your car. Any evidence found in your car could be used to support a DUI conviction. Do not allow the officer to perform a search without a warrant. Take the sobriety test. Many DUI defendants have been found not guilty due to a malfunctioning breath analyzing machine or an improperly administered blood or urine test. Also, you may still blow under the legal limit. Get a blood test after release. Alcohol detection devices can be unreliable and malfunction. Don’t go to jail because of a broken machine. It’s a good idea to measure your BAC (blood alcohol concentration) with a blood test after arrest. At trial, your attorney can use that evidence to raise possible defenses. Contact a DWI attorney immediately.
  64. Petersburg
    1. Mattox Law: KNOW WHAT YOUR FACING A DUI conviction carries a maximum fine of $2500 and a minimum fine of $250. However, the minimum fines increase drastically with subsequent convictions or an elevated BAC. Additionally there is a mandatory 12 month license suspension with ignition interlock being required for a restricted license. If convicted of DUI, you will also be required to complete the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program (VASAP). Finally, for any case resulting in a conviction at an elevated BAC, greater than .14, there is a mandatory jail sentence.
    2. Wood, John: Drunk Driving and DUI, Criminal Law
  65. Portsmouth
  66. Prince George
  67. Pulaski
    1. Rygas, Spencer: Corporate Business Law and Employment Law. Additional areas of practice include Criminal Defense: All Felonies and Misdemeanors, Traffic Violations: DUI, Suspended License, Speeding, Family Law: Custody, Separations, Divorce, Wills, Probate, Estate Planning
  68. Radford
  69. Reston
  70. Richmond Richmond
  71. Roanoke
  72. Rustburg
  73. Salem
  74. Silver Spring, MD
    1. Marks & Katz: Surprise is a common response my clients have to their first arrest for driving while intoxicated. Sometimes the surprise is because the person is simply not guilty. Often, however, the person did drink over the legal limit, but just did not realize that it does not take much alcohol to make a person culpable of driving while intoxicated.
  75. South Hill
    1. Hicks, V. E.: Criminal Law Attorneys, DUI & DWI Attorneys
    2. Mokris, Mark: * Adoption Traffic DUI * Contested Divorce * Criminal Law Felonies * Habitual Offender * Juvenile
  76. Spotsylvania
  77. Springfield
  78. Stafford
  79. Sterling
    1. Basu, Sudeb: DUI / DWI Every DUI / DWI case is different, but the stakes are always high
    2. Ives & Associates: ...if you are facing a driving while intoxicated ("DWI") charge, reckless driving charge, or if you have already had your license suspended or revoked, you should seriously consider retaining an attorney to represent you in court. DWI and reckless driving charges can result in your loss of license for a year or more. Since we have become a mobile society, it is very difficult to retain employment if you cannot drive to and from, and during, work hours.
  80. Suffolk
    1. Stallings, Bush & Randall: - Appeals - Bankruptcy and Workouts - Civil Litigation - Civil Rights - Commercial Litigation - Construction Law - Corporate & Business Law - Creditor's Rights - Criminal Law - Custody Involving Sexual Abuse - Divorce - Driving Under The Influence (D.U.I.) - Eminent Domain/ Condemnation/ Property Rights - Employer-Employee Relations - Immigration - Insurance Disputes - Juvenile & Children's Law - Land Use & Zoning Law - Municipal & Administrative Law - Nursing Home Negligence - Personal Injury - Real Estate - Traffic Offenses - Wills, Estates & Trusts
    2. Richardson & Rosenberg: If you are facing a criminal charge, it is absolutely crucial that you are assisted by a Portsmouth criminal defense attorney. Facing criminal charges on your own or with a court-appointed lawyer is taking a dangerous chance with your future. Criminal charges such as assault & battery, felony DUI charges, theft offenses, weapons charges, or any charge need high quality, dedicated and relentless defense.
    3. Oser Legal: criminal and traffic offenses, worker's compensation and social security disputes, and personal injury
  81. TappaHannock
    1. Sebren, Howard: Criminal, Traffic & DUI Defense, along with Personal Injury, Real Estate Closings, Divorce & Collections
  82. Tidewater
    1. Paul Sutton II: A person's privilege to operate a motor vehicle in Virginia will be suspended administratively for ten days upon their arrest for DUI.
  83. Tyson's Corner
    1. Goldenberg & Phillips: DWI Driving while intoxicated is potentially a very serious crime. You can be imprisoned, fined and put on probation. Your driver’s license can be suspended or revoked. Your insurance rates can skyrocket. A drunk driving conviction can affect your reputation, career and employment.
  84. Unknown
  85. Vienna
  86. Vinton
    1. Cranwell, Moore & Emick: DUI - DWI Law Being arrested for drunk driving, driving under the influence (DUI), or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be an unsettling proposition, to say the least. A DUI-DWI conviction carries with it heavy penalties, including: * A permanent criminal record * Suspension or loss of license * Increased insurance rates * Community service * Possible jail or prison time * Alcohol assessment and treatment * Probation * Vehicle immobilization or forfeiture * Serious fines * Possible job loss Clearly, if you have been arrested or accused of drunk driving, DUI or DWI, you face serious consequences and therefore you need the services of an experienced attorney.
    2. Jesse Shelor: In addition to the right to counsel during interrogation under the self-incrimination privilege of the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution, a person has a right to the assistance of counsel under the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution when the person is being interrogated after he or she is formally charged with an offense.
  87. Virginia Beach
  88. Warrenton
  89. Warsaw
    1. Robison, Christopher: 75% Criminal Defense 20% Juvenile 5% DUI / DWI
    2. Monroe, James: drug, DUI Traffic problems, Felonies and Misdemeanors, Divorce, Child Custody, Property Settlement, and general litigation
  90. Waynesboro
  91. West Point
    1. Palmer, Stephen: criminal and family law
  92. Williamsburg
  93. Winchester
  94. Woodstock
    1. Martin & Hahn: * Public drunkenness * Drunk driving (DUI, DWI) * Traffic offenses, such as speeding tickets and reckless driving * Larceny charges, such as burglary and robbery * Drug offenses, including possession or sales Assault and battery * White collar crimes * Sex crimes * Juvenile crimes * Probation violations * Murder * Appeals
    2. Pollack, Bradley: Traffic Infractions Shenandoah County VA - Speeding Tickets in Shenandoah County VA - I 81 Tickets Shenandoah County VA - Driving without a Valid License or with a Suspended Driver’s License - Strasburg, Toms Brook, Maurertown, Woodstock, Edinburg, Mt Jackson, New Market Route 11 Traffic Ticket help.
  95. Wytheville
  96. Yorktown
    1. Holcomb Law: Traffic Violations Reckless Driving DWI/DUI Drug Offenses Theft and Larceny Burglary Robbery Arson Assault and Battery Homicide — Murder/Manslaughter Domestic Violence Sex Offenses White Collar Crime APPEALS and More...
    2. Schempf & Ware: Driving offenses Traffic court Assault and Battery Firearms Drug Offenses
    3. Holcomb Law: Traffic Violations Reckless Driving DWI/DUI Drug Offenses Theft and Larceny Burglary Robbery Arson Assault and Battery Homicide — Murder/Manslaughter Domestic Violence Sex Offenses White Collar Crime And More
    4. Beavers, Kristina: Did you know that you can serve jail time in Virginia for a traffic violation? Reckless Driving is a VERY serious matter, and you want to have the best representation you can get. Reckless Driving in Virginia is more than a glorified speeding ticket. It is a class 1 misdemeanor that can result in up to 12 months in jail and a fine of $2500! That's right! Reckless Driving in Virginia is a CRIME that will remain on your record FOREVER. You should consider this before you decide to go to court without representation.
  97. Woodbridge
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