• Speeding Ticket?

Mark Matney - DUI - Reckless Driving - Matney Law PLLC - Newport News VirginiaSpeeding Ticket

Do you need a speeding ticket defense attorney, then please consider Matney Law, PLLC in Newport News Virginia. (757) 784-3507 The lawyers at the Matney Law Firm handle everything from a speeding ticket to speeding while on a restricted license. Our traffic court lawyers handle cases in Hampton Roads, Williamsburg, Newport News, Yorktown, Gloucester, Surry, and Virginia Beach.

Call 757-784-3507 or EMAIL Matney Law for a Free, No-Obligation Consultation!

How much does your insurance go up for a speeding ticket?

"So, using these averages, a driver with a clean driving record is paying $1,310 a year for car insurance. One speeding ticket could remove that discount and increase your rate by 10 percent. That is a $611 increase a year, or $1,833 over three years; companies usually surcharge for three to five years."

How long does it take to get a speeding ticket off your record?

Most points (illegal turn, not making a complete stop, driving over the speed limit, etc.) and/or accidents will stay on your driver record for 39 months (3 years, 3 months). Points for more serious offenses, such as hit-and-run or a DUI, will stay on your record for 13 years.

Case Results

Today I helped a friend with a Speeding charge in Chesterfield County. When I reviewed the trooper’s calibration record for his radar equipment, I noticed that it expired four days after he stopped my friend. FOUR DAYS from an outright dismissal. Since I could not win based on an outdated radar calibration, I worked it out for the charge to be dismissed when my friend pays the court costs and submits a certificate for a driver improvement course.

Matney Law - DUI Attorney - Newport News - Hampton Roads area of VirginiaMark R. Matney - Attorney - Newport News - DUI Attorney

Handling a wide array of traffic violation cases

I regularly represent clients charged with traffic violations, including:

Reckless driving
Speeding
Expired registration
Expired license
Running a red light or stop sign
Failure to signal when changing lanes
Failure to wear a seatbelt
Driving under the influence (DUI)
Driving without a license or with a suspended license
Leaving the scene of an accident
Violating license restrictions
Hit-and-run accidents
Passing a Stopped School Bus
Failure to Yield
Unsafe Lane Change
Following too Closely
Whether you have been charged with a moving or nonmoving violation, I possess the knowledge needed to protect your best interests in traffic court.