Reckless Driving Legal Assistance in Norfolk, VA; Chesapeake, VA; and the Surrounding Area
Have you been charged with a reckless driving violation in Norfolk, VA; Chesapeake, VA; or the surrounding area? Thomas, Adams & Associates is your go-to team of experts who understand state laws and will vigorously protect your rights.
Our attorneys have handled many different reckless driving cases—from minor infractions to more serious charges—so we can provide clients with knowledgeable advice and creative solutions. We’ll make sure that all court procedures are followed while providing effective legal representation each step of the way.
When it comes to protecting your interests, Thomas, Adams & Associates is committed to giving you peace of mind during these trying times by delivering superior legal services tailored to each client’s needs. Let us help you navigate through this challenging process—our attorneys know what they’re doing!
Contact us today for a free initial consultation! We look forward to helping you throughout this difficult process.
Defending Your Rights. Protecting Your Future.
- DUI (Driving Under the Influence)
- DWI (Driving While Intoxicated)
- Reckless Driving
- Suspended License
- Aggressive Driving
- Traffic Tickets
- Misdemeanor Tickets
- Criminal charges
Don’t face the judge alone. Our traffic and criminal defense attorneys will work to reduce the penalties of a violation, whether that means keeping points off your driving record or keeping you out of jail.
We understand that money can be tight during a crisis. When you call, we will offer you a fixed fee up front, with no hidden costs or surprises later. Or you can use the form below and we’ll contact you to schedule an appointment.
The Virginia defense lawyers of Thomas, Adams & Associates, P.C. have more than 20 years of legal experience—all spent giving our clients the personal attention and excellent legal representation they need and deserve.
Protect your rights and your record. Hire a skilled traffic and criminal defense attorney. Call Thomas, Adams & Associates, P.C. immediately for a free consultation.
Even if you have court tomorrow, you can call us now to discuss your case, 757.491.4141.
When Should You Get a Lawyer?
An experienced DUI lawyer can be the difference between a punishing sentence and a fair judgment.
If you have any hesitation about whether or not to get a lawyer, the answer is probably that you should. However, some circumstances necessitate the need for a DUI attorney, including:
- You have to drive for your occupation.
- Your DUI charge came because of an accident.
- Your BAC level was double the legal limit.
- You have gotten one or more DUI charges in the past.
- You severely injured or killed someone in the incident.
- You have to pay a large fine or serve a long jail sentence.
How Will a Lawyer Help?
Your DUI attorney will first help you understand the laws related to your DUI case. Laws differ from state to state, and a misunderstanding could lead to a negative ruling.
In addition, your DUI lawyer will help you understand what the possible consequences are for your specific situation, from best to worst, and how you should proceed in your case to get the best chance at a good outcome.
An attorney will also protect you from unjust rulings and illegal treatments. A DUI case can involve a lot of elements and emotions, especially if someone was permanently disabled or killed, and your attorney will help you sort everything out professionally.
Contact Thomas, Adams & Associates at 757.491.4141 today if you need a DUI lawyer in the Virginia Beach, VA, area. We are here to help you during this stressful time.
Arrested? Traffic Ticket? Could You Go To Jail?
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Questions About Criminal Law?
We’ve collected our most frequently asked questions about criminal law.
What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony?
A misdemeanor is punishable by up to 12 months in prison and a $2,500 fine. A felony is punishable by 1 year or more plus a fine.
Will I lose any rights if I am convicted of a crime?
You may lose some Constitutional rights if convicted of a crime.