Out-of-State Drivers in Virginia
Traffic Tickets for Out-of State Drivers in Virgina
DUI â€” Speeding TicketsÂ â€” Reckless Driving Tickets for drivers outside of Virginia
Virginia traffic offenses are famous for “traveling” back to the accused’s home state and causing problems there. For instance, in North Carolina, your license will be suspended if you are convicted of driving more than 15 miles per hour above the speed limit in a 55 or more mile-per-hour zone in Virginia. In New Jersey, many traffic violations occurring in Virginia will result in a resident surcharge. And the vast majority of states will refuse to grant and renew driver’s licenses to residents who are listed as habitual offenders in Virginia, even if you have permanently moved from Virginia.
For once, computers have not made our lives easier. With all 50 states’ departments of motor vehicles and criminal branches now linked electronically, drivers are usually required to address and resolve driving violations wherever they occur.
If you live outside of Virginia and received a traffic violation ticket in Virginia (out-of-state Virginia speeding ticket orÂ Out-of-state reckless driving tickets in Virginia), we can help. The VirginiaÂ traffic offense law firm of Chucker & Reibach has helped hundreds of out-of-state drivers fully clear their driving record in Virginia.
There are numerous factors involved when fighting out-of state Â trafficÂ received in Virginia. We can provide a free assessment of your case, help you understand what you need to do in regard to clearing your record, and fight to prove your innocence or have your charges dismissed or reduced.Â Chucker & Reibach hasÂ successfully helped residents from numerous states, including but not limited to North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Georgia, Florida and Washington, D.C. For a no-charge discussion of your case, contact our office.
If you have receuvedÂ an out-of-state Virginia traffic violation, contact our firm. We provide free initial consultations, accept credit cards andÂ offer Spanish language services. Call us at 804.355.8037 or contact us online.
Chucker & Reibach defends out-of-state drivers who have been ticketed within the City of Richmond and other jurisdictions locally surrounding the Richmond area. Included jurisdictions are Prince George County, New Kent County, Spotsylvania County, the City of Hopewell,Â Sussex County, Henrico County, Hanover County, Chesterfield County, Caroline County, Amelia County, the City of Colonial Heights, the City of Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Goochland County, Stafford County and Powhatan County.