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We strive to exceed our clients’ expectations and over-deliver at every phase of representation: from the initial consultation to resolution, The Vincenzes Law Firm is committed to representing Northern Virginia and out of state drivers summoned to appear before the Fairfax County Traffic Court, the Fairfax County General District Court (criminal misdemeanors and felony preliminary hearings), and Circuit Court (criminal felonies). In addition to Fairfax, the Vincenzes Law legal team serves most surrounding counties and cities.
In addition to non-traffic related criminal accusations and charges, we represent people accused of: reckless driving, speeding in Virginia, DWI, driving on a suspended or revoked license, and many other traffic-related offenses. We serve adults and juveniles charged with, or accused of committing criminal and traffic violations in Northern Virginia. With an office location near the courthouse in Fairfax County, we are conveniently located in Fairfax, VA.
Fairfax Traffic Lawyer
Some traffic-related offenses are non-criminal. These offenses are considered “infractions;” not felonies or misdemeanors. Traffic infractions still can lead to increased insurance premiums, DMV demerit points, hefty fines, loss of driving privileges, and mandatory classes in some cases. The good news is, traffic infractions do not go on a person’s criminal record. They are, however, reported on a person’s driving record.
Serious traffic-related offenses are criminal in nature, and will be added to a person’s criminal record and driving record (DMV record). Unless the record can be expunged, a criminal record is for life. Examples of criminal offenses related to traffic violations include reckless driving and DWI (in Virginia, the terms, “DUI and DWI” are interchangeable).
If you have been charged with a traffic offense and are not sure whether you need a lawyer, we will give you an honest opinion. Call us toll free, at 888.695.6565. Feel free to leave a voice message on weekends, or send us a message online. Someone from our team may be able to respond even on weekends if there is an urgent matter.
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