After the initial shock and indignation of a driver who is cited for an alleged traffic violation, the following important questions must be addressed:
- What actually happened?
- Was the police officer justified in his or her allegations?
- Is there evidence that the charges were wrong?
- Were there extenuating circumstances that a traffic court judge might take into account?
- What strategies are most likely to achieve a desired outcome such as charges dismissed, deferred sentencing or reduced charges?
- What would be the consequences of a conviction?
Magee, Goldstein, Lasky and Sayers PC looks into these and related concerns on behalf of people who have been charged with:
- Reckless driving
- Tickets that result from an accident, such as failure to yield
In the case of a traffic accident, police officers almost never witness crashes, but they sometimes write traffic tickets based on what they conclude happened. If you have been charged with a traffic violation, or have been arrested for DUI/DWI in the New River Valley area, Magee, Goldstein, Lasky and Sayers PC is ready to defend you. Attorney Jason V. Wolfrey is well-aware of the tactics that law enforcement agents and prosecutors use to pursue convictions. He is highly experienced in analyzing facts and determining where the holes are in a prosecutor’s allegations.
Traffic Ticket Defense – Representing Drivers From All Walks Of Life
Defense of truck drivers, college students, motorcyclists and other private motorists is as much an art as a science. Mr. Wolfrey, upon careful consideration of the facts, often discovers that a police officer’s supposed evidence does not match up against the alleged traffic violation. He is a skilled negotiator who has achieved many favorable outcomes for drivers who had been charged with breaking traffic laws.
An Effective, Personalized Defense After You Have Been Cited For A Traffic Violation
Examples of questions that can help build an effective defense may include: Where is the line between reckless driving and improper driving? When are reckless driving charges based on supposed speeding that cannot be verified? When is there room to argue that an alleged moving violation charge should be downgraded to something less harmful? A frank discussion with Mr. Wolfrey will help him determine the most promising arguments in your favor before he defends you in traffic court.
Contact A Skillful And Experienced Christiansburg Speeding Ticket Attorney
Did you receive a traffic ticket in or near Montgomery County? Traffic violation attorney Jason V. Wolfrey can help you determine what to do next. Learn how Magee, Goldstein, Lasky and Sayers PC can fight for you after you have been cited with a traffic violation such as reckless driving. We also handle traffic violation cases in Pulaski County, Botetourt County and Giles County.
Call or email us to reach our Christiansburg or Roanoke law offices. Schedule a no-obligation consultation with a Virginia lawyer regarding your speeding ticket or reckless driving charges.