Virginia Speeding FAQ

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[kc_background_pac_3_underline_21 size=”35″ color=”#000000″]Speeding in Virginia[/kc_background_pac_3_underline_21]

Is “speeding” an offense to be concerned about?  Do I really need a lawyer?

[kc_background_pac_2_highlight_3 size=”36″ color=”#000000″]How serious is a simple speeding ticket?[/kc_background_pac_2_highlight_3]

There is no such thing as a “simple speeding ticket.”  While it may seem innocuous enough, all moving violations come with fines and driving points in most cases.  And if the speeding charge is a “Reckless Driving (by Speed)” charge, one may be facing a loss/suspension of a driver’s license.

 

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