Richmond Speeding Ticket Lawyer

After they receive traffic tickets, many people think that their only option is to simply pay the ticket and admit guilt. In reality, that is often not the best approach. A traffic violation can drain your finances for years, and for individuals who drive for a living, tickets can permanently change their livelihoods.

Whether you think you can’t afford a lawyer or you think a Richmond speeding tickets attorney will be too expensive, it’s important to consider your choice. When you contact the Paullin Law Firm, We can help you understand the financial advantages of hiring an experienced lawyer to help keep your record clean.

In Virginia, if traffic violations are not contested, then there is no chance of getting the ticket dismissed or reduced. The speeding ticket is automatically put on your driving record, resulting in further potential consequences. If you want to protect your driving record and driver’s license, reduce possible fines, prevent insurance rate increases or avoid jail time, you need a lawyer who can defend you in court.

I have 30 years of experience working with individuals throughout Virginia to keep their driving records clean from charges such as:

  • Reckless driving
  • Speeding tickets
  • Improper turns
  • Failure to maintain control
  • Driving without a license
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Drunk driving

Understanding The Seriousness Of Your Charges

Virginia has numerous major highways running through it, and the speed limits on many of those highways are 70 mph. When individuals receive tickets for going 81 mph in a 70-mph zone, they’ve received more than a speeding ticket. Even though they were only going 11 miles over the limit, anything greater than 80 mph is considered reckless driving.


Contact A Richmond Reckless Driving Defense Attorney

Whether you have a CDL or just rely on your car for your daily transportation, it’s critical to understand the serious negative consequences that a traffic violation can have on your record and finances. Learn more about your defense options by scheduling a free 20-minute consultation.