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  • Traffic Offenses

  • GENERAL TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS:

    You should never go to court without a lawyer, even for what you believe is a minor traffic infraction. There are traffic infractions that are actually criminal offenses and, if you are convicted, they will not only appear on your driving record but they will appear on your criminal record as well. A criminal record also appears in the FBI database (a national system). A conviction of one of these infractions could have major life consequences. Some of those offenses include:

    • No auto insurance
    • Failure to update your license
    • Failure to obtain a Virginia license
    • Driving under the influence
    • Hit and run
    • Eluding
    • Aggressive Driving
    • Driving with an open container of alcohol
    • Driving on a suspended license
    • Driving without a license
    • Reckless driving (passing a school bus)
    • Reckless driving (failure to maintain proper control)
    • Reckless driving (speeding)
    • Reckless driving (general)
    • Reckless driving (faulty breaks)
    • Reckless driving (pass two abreast)

    For traffic infractions that are not criminal, there are still serious consequences such as fines and court costs, potential rate increase on auto insurance, and negative impact on your driving record.