Do You Face Traffic Violations? Protect Your Privileges And Rights
There is much more at stake than your driving privileges if you face a traffic offense. A conviction for a traffic offenses can also result in expensive fines, community service, probation and, in some cases, jail time. Your best chance of avoiding these penalties and protecting your future is to work with a skilled lawyer.
Joanne Yi, the founding attorney of the Law Office of Joanne Yi, PLLC, represents clients throughout Prince William County, Fairfax County, and Loudoun County who face traffic violations such as:
Joanne Yi’s top priority is ensuring that you have a bright future. She works tirelessly to achieve the best solution available to your case, whether this involves dismissed charges, reduced charges or mitigated penalties.
Understanding Virginia’s Point System
Virginia uses a system of points to reward and penalize traffic violations. The state adds demerit points to your license following a traffic-related conviction. These points remain on your license for up to two years. Less severe offenses result in fewer points. For example:
- Three-point violations include impeding traffic, improper turning, driving without lights and driving without a license.
- Four-point violations include traffic infractions, failure to yield and failure to stop at the scene of the crash.
- And six-point violations include reckless driving, DWI, and DUI.
Every conviction adds more points to your license. The more points you accumulate, the more severe the penalties you face.
Civil charges such as traffic violations often negatively impact your finances. If you are grappling with insurmountable debt, Attorney Joanne Yi. can help you decide if filing bankruptcy is right for you.
Protect Your Rights If You Face An Offense
Attorney Joanne Yi can assist you and help to protect your rights in the face of a traffic violation. Contact her law firm by calling 703-997-9156. You can also send an email to contact the firm online.
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