About Andrew Flusche

Better Business Bureau – “A” Rated!

published by Andrew Flusche on April 3, 2014

I am happy to announce that my firm is now identified as a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business. Our team has joined an elite group of businesses that meet the BBB’s 16-factor accreditation standard for business conduct and ethics. What does this mean for my clients and potential clients? It means that I will continue […]

Announcing The First Andrew Flusche Scholarship Contest

published by Andrew Flusche on March 11, 2014

The Andrew Flusche Scholarship Contest

I represent many people who are charged with DUI and underage possession of alcohol, so I see firsthand the consequences and far-reaching effects of these situations. In its first year ever, The Andrew Flusche Scholarship Contest will require students to raise awareness about the problem of underage drinking and driving among their peers. Applicants must […]

How will I Find you at Court?

published by Andrew Flusche on April 3, 2013

I look like this: I’m about 6’3″, and I always keep my hair short. I stand out in the courtroom. I’ll be in a suit. I always advise clients to get to court early and have a seat in the hallway. There are benches in the lobby of the most of the Fredericksburg area courthouses. […]

Virginia Reckless Driving Appeals – Free is a Gimmick!

published by Andrew Flusche on September 25, 2012


If you’re convicted of reckless driving in Virginia’s General District Courts, you have the absolute right to appeal the case for a new trial in Circuit Court. I’ve previously explained the appeal option, and your other choice, a motion to reopen. Some traffic attorneys advertise that they’ll handle your Circuit Court appeal for free, if […]

Picking the Cheapest Attorney

published by Andrew Flusche on May 24, 2012

If you’re looking for a lawyer, I don’t advise simply picking the cheapest attorney. You don’t shop for a car that way, so why should you do that for a lawyer? Video Transcription Hello, my name is Andrew Flusche and I’m a Virginia traffic attorney. I know that when a lot of people are looking […]


Ordered a Big Mac, but got a Quarter Pounder

published by Andrew Flusche on April 30, 2012

Big Mac

Today on my way back from handling Spotsylvania reckless driving tickets, I stopped by the McDonald’s drive-through for a quick bite to eat. I ordered a Big Mac. The drive-through guy did a great job of promoting a $1 drink, so I took one of those too. I grabbed my ordered and headed to my […]


Defending You Tooth and Nail

published by Andrew Flusche on June 20, 2011

What does it mean to be a traffic and criminal defense lawyer? My job is to defend you tooth and nail. You are my one and only responsibility. I have to fight as hard as I can to get your case dismissed. PERIOD! Even if the prosecutor does his job and the ticketing officer does […]


Reckless Driving Changes Currently Pending

published by Andrew Flusche on February 7, 2011

reckless school bus

Last updated – 3/20/11 Virginia’s laws on reckless driving are already complicated. There are fourteen different varieties of this misdemeanor traffic offense. If the General Assembly has it’s way, the laws will continue to grow. Several bills are pending in the 2011 Virginia General Assembly to alter reckless driving laws. These are just few that […]

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Law Journal Interviews Andrew

published by Andrew Flusche on November 7, 2009

I was recently interviewed by the Wisconsin Law Journal regarding virtual office services. The journalist, Jane Pribek, produced a great article on the topic. Virtual services make a lot of sense to me. My law firm operates using the best technology, service, or product for a given need. I don’t pick the most expensive option […]


Operating in the Best Way Possible

published by Andrew Flusche on February 22, 2009

I saw the above sign in Firehouse Subs a few weeks ago. Such a simple message, but crucial for any business. As your lawyer, I strive to do my absolute best every day. All the fancy business cards in the world cannot make up for poor service. You deserve better. After thinking about whether or […]