Traffic Offenses

Some people think they do not need an attorney to represent them when they get a traffic ticket or are arrested for a traffic crime. However, even if you have no prior violations, a traffic conviction could be the basis for increasing penalties for future violations or increasing insurance rates. Indeed, reckless driving tickets remain on a driver's Virginia driving record for 11 years.

Additionally, some traffic offenses, like reckless driving charges and driving on a suspended license, can result in jail time if there are multiple convictions. Penalties for DWI or impaired driving of any kind are particularly severe, especially if there has been an accident causing personal injury or property damage. In addition, collecting multiple tickets in a short period of time, even if relatively minor, could cause the Virginia DMV to suspend your driver's license. At Whitestone Young, PC, we work to help save your money, your license and your liberty.

Tradition Of Excellence, Reputation For Success

Our attorneys are familiar with the courts throughout Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. We help you navigate the traffic court system no matter how serious the charge is. We have helped many clients deal with traffic citations, including:

  • DUI/DWI (drunk driving, or operating under the influence of an intoxicant)
  • Speeding
  • Failure to yield

Our experience in criminal law, along with our reputation in the courts and with prosecutors throughout Northern Virginia and Washington D.C., help us get the best results for our clients.

Northern Virginia And Washington, D.C., Traffic Court Lawyers

Whether they are prosecuting a felony, misdemeanor or traffic offense, the police and the state often are represented by the government's prosecuting attorney. No matter what the charge, you should have an attorney, too. Contact Whitestone Young, PC, whenever you are cited for a traffic violation.