Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer

Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer
Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer

Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer

If you need a Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer with more than 30 years experience call Bob Keefer right now.  You can reach Bob’s phone service 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 540.433.6906.  You can also email info@BobKeefer.com to set up your FREE  CASE ASSESSMENT with Bob.  There is no charge for the call and your discussion is confidential and privileged.

My suggestion is that you check the reviews for the Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer you consider hiring.  You can see Bob’s REVIEWS HERE.  You might want to make sure that the Lawyer you are talking to knows something about reckless driving offenses.  You can see Bob’s relevant publication here:  The Shocking Truth about Reckless Driving by Speed in Virginia (Second Edition).

Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer

Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer

Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer:  Traffic charges can interfere with your life even if you are famous.  A case in point is the cancellation of the Marvelous Missing Link In-Store Insanity Tour.  Even though the Tour was set it had to be cancelled due to the probation requirements for Shaggy 2 Dope‘s DWI charge.  Apparently Shaggy 2 Dope is still on probation after a 2012 DWI conviction.

Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer:  The relevant probation officer indicated that due to late notice if Shaggy 2 Dope traveled with the Tour his absence would be considered a violation.  The Insane Clown Posse has obtained timely permission for the “Gathering of the Juggalos” festival in July.

Most people do not realize that a DWI conviction will be followed by at least one year of probation.  During that probation period the convicted person is completely under the control of the probation department and the Court.  If the probation officer tells the probationer to do something or to not do something that is pretty much it.  If you fail to follow the terms of your probation and the directions of your probation officer you will most likely end up in jail.