What Not to Say to an Officer Who Pulls You Over for Reckless Driving

If you are pulled over by the police, it is normal to be nervous—especially if you know (or assume) that you’ve been pulled over for reckless driving. Whether you were going 20 miles over the speed limit, passed more than one car abreast on a two-lane road, passed a stopped school bus with flashing red lights or violated any of the other Virginia reckless driving laws, be careful what you say.

How a DUI Will Affect Your Concealed Weapon Permit

There are a number of consequences associated with a DUI (driving under the influence) or DWI (driving while intoxicated) conviction in Virginia. These include loss or suspension of driving privileges, fines, required installation of an ignition interlock device in your car and—depending on your blood alcohol content and number of previous convictions-jail time.

Alcohol Related Laws in Virginia

When it comes to alcohol, the laws in Virginia are strict and straightforward. If you find yourself in violation of any of one the state’s various alcohol-related regulations, your best bet is to seek competent legal help as soon as possible.

Virginia Driver’s License Point System

Think traffic tickets are no big deal? Think again. Accruing too many points on your driver’s license can lead to penalties and even probation. Certain offenses carry more weight than others and understanding how Virginia’s Uniform Demerit Point System works is essential to navigating the state’s roadways as well as its traffic laws