Best Lawyer for Woodstock Reckless Driving

Hire the Best Lawyer for Woodstock Reckless Driving charges:  Call Bob immediately to set up your FREE CONSULTATION.  Bob has more than 30 years experience and will explain your options and possible outcomes.  The call with Bob is free and your conversation remains confidential and private. To Get the Best Lawyer for Woodstock Reckless Driving charges call 540.433.6906 or email info@BobKeefer.com or follow the FREE CONSULTATION link.  You can see BOB’S REVIEWS HERE. You can download Bob’s Book on Virginia Reckless Driving here:  THE SHOCKING TRUTH ABOUT RECKLESS DRIVING BY SPEED IN VIRGINIA (2nd Edition). Best Lawyer for Woodstock Reckless Driving: Everyone can get a traffic charge in 21st Century America.  In May of 2015, Sundy Carter turned herself in at jail to serve the weekend.  Carter received a two day active jail sentence for a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) conviction.  Carter served her weekend at the Los Angeles County Jail. Carter is an actress who played on the Basketball Wifes LA.  This television show is a follow up to Basketball Wives.  In 2007 Carter conceived a child with Larry Hughes who then played for the Charlotte Bobcats.  Carter has three children.  Kennedy, Deja and KK.  Deja is a back up dancer for Zendaya Carter, no relation, a Disney Star.  KK is trying to break into the music industry. Carter probably did not understand her rights when she was first stopped for her DWI in 2014.  Carter probably thought that her celebrity would keep her out of trouble.  Unfortunately for Carter, in today’s DWI world, being a celebrity makes you a possible trophy catch for law enforcement.  The Department...

Harrisonburg Underage Possession Lawyer

Harrisonburg Underage Possession Lawyer:  If you have been charged with underage possession of alcohol (Code Section 4.1-305), call Bob’s office immediately to set up a FREE CASE EVALUATION.  Bob has over 30 years of experience representing people in the Rockingham Harrisonburg General District Court.  You can schedule your free call at 540.433.6906 or at info@BobKeefer.com. When choosing a Harrisonburg Underage Possession Lawyer you may want to consider the lawyer’s reviews.  You can see BOB’S REVIEWS HERE. Harrisonburg Underage Possession Lawyer:  There are a great many collateral consequences for persons getting underage possession and marijuana possession charges in college.  For example, Da’Quan Davis is a student at Penn State and was a cornerback on the Penn State Football Team.  On May 9, 2015, Davis was charged with possession of marijuana and underage possession of alcohol.  Davis was terminated from the Penn State Football team by Coach Franklin because Davis was merely charged, not convicted, but merely charged.  It would seem more appropriate to wait and see what happens with the criminal charges before dismissing Davis; however, in 21st Century America colleges assume everyone is guilty, before trial, and act accordingly. Harrisonburg Underage Possession Lawyer: Davis’ apartment attracted the notice of the Penn State police when a fire alarm went off.  Police found no one inside; however there was a hookah pipe with a smell of marijuana.  Police then obtained a search warrant and found a small amount of marijuana, some blunt cigars and some beer. Penn State police Chief Tyrone Parham said officers responded to a fire alarm at an on-campus apartment complex on May 9 at 4 a.m. When...

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer:  Bob has more than 30 years experience representing people charged with a Harrisonburg Reckless Driving charge.  If you will contact Bob’s office, he will give you a FREE CASE REVIEW.  In that free call he will discuss your options and tell you what will probably happen.  There is no charge for the call and your discussion is privileged.  Get the experienced help you deserve.  You can see BOB’S REVIEWS HERE.  You can also download a copy of BOB’S BOOK ON RECKLESS DRIVING HERE. Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer:  Anyone can get charged with a traffic offense.  In the first part of May, 2015, Braylon Edwards was arrested for his second DWI in five years.  Edwards was stopped in Scottsdale, Arizona.  Edwards formerly played for the National Football League New York Jets.  Edwards played ten seasons in the NFL.  During that time he played for the Browns, the Jets, the 49ers and the Seahawks.  Edwards’ last season was 2012. Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer:  Edwards clearly has a problem with alcohol.  His breath test was alleged to be 0.20 grams per 210 liters.  Alcohol, however, may not be Edwards’ worse problem.  Edwards played as a wide receiver in the NFL for 10 years.  During that time he suffered numerous blows to the head.  As we are now learning, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE is a common occurrence for football players.  Many football players self-medicate with alcohol.  CTE is a terrible disease and promotes anxiety and depression among its victims.  Edwards may be one of those victims. Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer:  Arizona is a tough state on DWIs and...

Top Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney

Top Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney:  For more than 30 years Bob has appeared in Courts serving Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Luray, Page County, Staunton, Waynesboro, Augusta County, Woodstock and Shenandoah County, Virginia.  In that time he has represented hundreds of people. Top Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney: If you have a Harrisonburg Reckless Driving charge, immediately call Bob’s office to schedule your FREE CALL with Bob.  There is no charge or fee for this call and your discussion is both private and confidential.  Bob can explain your best approach and most probable outcomes.  Get the benefit of Bob’s more than 30 years experience helping people like you. Top Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney:  Dorien Wilson, an actor, was recently found guilty of his second DUI in less than 10 years.  Wilson lost his right to drive for a significant period of time and also must serve a four day jail sentenced followed by four years probation and mandatory alcohol counseling and treatment.  His most recent DUI occurred in  Los Angeles in February, 2015; his previous DUI arrest was in 2009. Top Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney:  Wilson is known for his appearances on The Parkers and on Sister, Sister.  Parker has also played on Dream On, The Steve Harvey Show and Goode Behavior.  You may have also seen Wilson on House Party 4, You Got Served, That’s So Raven and on Martin.  Wilson also had a role on Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. Top Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney:  Since Wilson had been charged and convicted before, people often assume that he must be guilty the second time as well.   DUI is a political...

Best Harrisonburg DUI Lawyer

Best Harrisonburg DUI Lawyer: Bob has been representing people charged with DUI in Harrisonburg Courts for more than 30 years.  If you or yours gets such a charge, call Bob’s office immediately to set up a FREE CASE EVALUATION.  There is no charge as the call is free and your discussion will stay confidential.  Call 540.433.6906 or email info@BobKeefer.com or follow the link above. Best Harrisonburg DUI Lawyer:  On May 3, 2015 Seth Gilliam who plays Father Stokes on The Walking Dead was charged with reckless driving, driving under the influence and possession of marijuana.  Gilliam was stopped for driving almost 110 miles per hour in Peachtree City, Georgia.  According to Law Enforcement, Gilliam confessed to drinking three beers followed by a shot.  When is car was search a marijuana cigarette was found in his armrest.  Gilliam is reported to have given a 0.107 preliminary breath test result.  Gilliam was released upon less than $10,000.00 bond. Best Harrisonburg DUI Lawyer: Gilliam made a mistake in talking with law enforcement.  For our constitutional system to work properly each participant must assert his or her own rights.  In Gilliam‘s case he should have exercised his constitutional rights against self-incrimination and his right to counsel of his choosing prior to speaking with law enforcement.  The best way to start that assertion is to tell the officers — “I want a Lawyer.  If I am not under arrest, please let me go.”  You should follow up with “Do not question me.  I assert my 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th amendment rights.  I do not consent to any searches or entry into any property.”  When...