Driving on Suspended

Virginia Traffic Lawyer

published by Andrew Flusche on July 18, 2014

Are you looking for Virginia traffic lawyers? You’ve come to the right place. I’m Andrew Flusche, and I focus solely on Virginia traffic and misdemeanor defense. When you’re ready to get started defending your case, please reach out to me for your free case strategy session at . Virginia Traffic Lawyer Video Transcription Hello, my […]

Failure to Appear in Virginia – What to do?

published by Andrew Flusche on June 10, 2014

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If you had a court date for a traffic or misdemeanor case in Virginia and you didn’t go to it, then we need to talk about your situation. You may be facing a capias, otherwise known as a bench warrant, for failure to appear in court. If you’re lucky, you’ll just have a show cause […]

Driving on a Suspended – Minimize Jail Time by Obtaining Prior Records

published by Andrew Flusche on April 30, 2014

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If you’re charged with driving on a suspended license in Virginia, your attorney must obtain certified records for any prior convictions for driving on a suspended license. This can be vital in minimizing or even eliminating the jail time you might receive in your case. REQUIRED NOTICE FROM THE VIRGINIA STATE BAR: ALL CASES WILL […]

What Will Happen for Driving on a Suspended License Third Offense?

published by Andrew Flusche on March 31, 2014

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If you are charged with driving on a suspended third offense, or later, you need to talk with an attorney. In Virginia driving on suspended may seem like a fix-a-ticket to a lot of people. Their license is suspended for fines, costs for driving school, insurance verification, or any number of reasons. Some people think […]

Can The Police Pull You Over For a Pine Tree Air Freshener?

published by Andrew Flusche on March 27, 2014

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Yes. One of the concerns that you should have with the equipment on your vehicle when you’re driving anywhere, is whether or not it could be a source for the police to pull you over. The majority of people are not doing anything illegal on most days; however sometimes you might have a little too […]

sign the speeding ticket

If you’re issued a ticket for a traffic or misdemeanor offense in Virginia, the officer brings the ticket to you and normally asks you to sign on the form. A lot of times people wonder what that means when they’re signing the ticket. When you read the Virginia Uniform Summons, you will see that the […]

Virginia License Offenses – Critical Knowledge

published by Andrew Flusche on November 12, 2013

I was in Culpeper General District Court the other day to handle a reckless driving by speed ticket for my client. I was simply shocked at what I saw happen. Another defense attorney got up to handle his case before the judge. It was a driver’s license violation of some type. He apparently had an […]

Virginia Traffic Court Defense

published by Andrew Flusche on September 16, 2013

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When you have a charge pending in Virginia traffic court there’s quite a few considerations you need to make. You need to understand what kind of charge you’re facing, which specific court you’re supposed to go to, and, most importantly, whether or not you should bring a lawyer. Which Virginia traffic court are you due […]

Help with Virginia Uniform Summons

published by Andrew Flusche on September 12, 2013

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A Virginia Uniform Summons is a ticket. In Virginia, when you’re given a traffic ticket, and even some misdemeanor charges, the officer writes out the charge on a document called a Virginia Uniform Summons. This document is basically saying that you are summoned to appear in court on the indicated date to answer for the […]

Driving on Suspended – Three Options

published by Andrew Flusche on June 2, 2013

If you’re facing a driving on suspended charge, you have options. Here are three of them: 1. Ignore it. You can certainly ignore your charge and hope that it will go away. However, it’s not going to happen. If you simply don’t go to court and ignore the fact that you’re charged with driving on […]