Scales of Justice and a Wooden GavelThis may be the first time that you’ve ever had to hire a Virginia criminal defense lawyer. It can be scary to trust someone to do such an important job for you, but you know that you can’t risk the potential fine, jail sentence, and other consequences of a reckless driving conviction. Accordingly, you need an experienced reckless driving lawyer to defend you in court.

Why Your Defense Lawyer Can Be Trusted

Virginia criminal defense lawyers must:

  • Provide you with competent representation. You have the right to expect your defense lawyer to do the job that you hired your lawyer to do for you. That includes meeting all deadlines, conducting a reasonable investigation, gathering evidence, communicating with the prosecution, the court, and you, and raising all reasonable defenses in your case, for example.
  • Maintain the attorney-client privilege. Once you form an attorney-client relationship, what say to your attorney should be confidential.
  • Avoid conflicts of interest. Your reckless driving defense lawyer should not have any conflicts of interest that could interfere with the lawyer’s ability to defend you.

Additionally, some Virginia reckless driving lawyers have considerable experience with reckless driving defense cases. Attorney T. Kevin Wilson opened his practice on January 1, 1999. For more than 20 years, he has defended clients in reckless driving, DUI, and other criminal traffic cases in all levels of the Virginia trial court system. He is the member of many professional organizations and has never been disciplined by the Virginia State Bar.

Learn More About Your Reckless Driving Lawyer Before Hiring One

All lawyers are bound by the same ethical code of conduct, and you can read any reckless driving defense lawyer’s bio.

Before you hire a reckless driving criminal defense lawyer, however, it is essential to know if you can trust and work well with the lawyer. To make that determination, we encourage you to read our client testimonials and to contact us directly at our Manassas office for a free, no-obligation consultation.


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