Reckless Driving Lawyer In Alexandria VA Getting Traffic Tickets Dismissed, Dropped or Reduced With Proven Approach

Reckless driving attorney in Alexandria VA NovaLegalGroup, P.C., reveals a proven approach that is helping their clients get traffic tickets dismissed, dropped or reduced. For more information please visit

Alexandria, VA, United States - October 6, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

It’s an interesting fact that the majority of people have the misconception that most charged with a criminal offense, especially those facing felony charges, are inherently from a bad upbringing and no good.

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However, according to Keith Hallam, a criminal law attorney out of Alexandria, Northern Virginia, this is not the case.

When asked to explain Hallam was quoted as saying. “If anybody drives in Virginia 20 or more over the speed limit it’s classed as reckless driving. Reckless driving is a class 1 misdemeanor in Virginia and can mean a one year jail sentence. Even if a prison term is avoided it will leave that person with a criminal record for the rest of their life if they are found guilty.”

And when you consider most individuals are first-time offenders for this type of crime, they often lack the knowledge of the judicial process to avoid the worst happening.

Hallam likens the courtroom to that of a casino. So, just as if you were being shown the ropes at Caesars Palace including how the Blackjack Dealer,.Cashier and.Casino Manager roles operate, upon contracting NovaLegalGroup’s services, you get educated about how the judicial process works, what prosecutors, judges, and DA’s do, what they are looking for, how they think, and how to navigate the system.

In explaining this strategy, Hallam says, “What we do is teach you how to play poker and then we represent you at the card table and ensure you have a winning hand”.

With over 30 years experience in criminal, personal injury law, DUI, and traffic offenses, NovaLegalGroup is a firm representing the interests of the small guy against the power of the system.

They have built their reputation on three guarantees that help resolve criminal charges in a court of law. These guarantees include:

# 1: Personal Attention From An Experienced Attorney

When you first visit the firm’s offices, you are accorded personal attention by its team of experienced and competent attorneys. During the consultation phase, clients have their complaints handled directly by its attorneys, not secretaries, or paralegals.

# 2: Defense Strategy

At NovaLegalGroup, clients are provided with a tailor-made criminal defense plan that fits the specific needs of their case. Upon selecting the firm as your legal representative, NovaLegaGroup “always designs a customized plan of action just for your case and not a cookie cutter template.”

# 3: Personalized Payments

According to Mr Hallam, NovaLegalGroup “...always provides you with a personalized payment plan to meet your financial needs”.

These three approaches along with NovaLegalGroup’s vast experience, significantly help those who need help.

Coupled with a proactive approach it has resulted in numerous wins for the firm in cases such as traffic offenses, DUI defense, and personal injury cases.

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Name: Keith Hallam
Organization: NovaLegalGroup, P.C.
Address: 1507 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (703) 548-1462

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