Results

Real Results for Real People

When it comes to the courtroom, results matter and Rebecca Johnson Peters, Esquire delivers. 

While the outcome of every case is dependent on unique factors and can’t be predicted, Rebecca is proud of her record and ability to put her experience and talents to work for her clients.

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Chesterfield County, Virginia – General District Court Reckless Driving Attorney Case Result

Reckless driving (generally) charge was DISMISSED.  Driver had a clean driving record and completed a driving improvement program before the hearing. 

Dinwiddie County, Virginia – General District Court Defense Attorney Case Results

Client was charged with DUI 1st offense, refusal, and drink while driving/open container.  The refusal was nolle prossed, and the client was fined for the DUI and open container violations. 

Henrico County, Virginia – Circuit Court Driver’s License Restoration Attorney Result

Client's license was fully restored after over a year's worth of Circuit Court hearings relating to his petition for license restoration matter. 

Greensville County, Virginia – General District Court Attorney Case Result

92/70 reckless driving misdemeanor charge was REDUCED to defective equipment (which is a non-moving violation that carries no (0) points toward a driving record balance). 

New Kent County, Virginia – General District Court Reckless Driving Defense Attorney Case Result

Client was facing jail time and a license suspension for allegedly speeding 97-mph in a 70-mph zone.  In court, the driver's reckless driving misdemeanor charge was REDUCED to a traffic infraction for improper driving. 

Henrico County, Virginia – Reckless Driving Attorney Case Result

CASE DISMISSED!  Driver charged with class 1 misdemeanor reckless driving for speeding 56-mph in a 35-mph zone (21 mph over the limit) but the case was DISMISSED in court.

Sussex County, Virginia – General District Court Reckless Driving Lawyer Case Result

96/55 reckless driving misdemeanor charge for speeding 41-mph over the limit case result: no jail time or license suspension imposed.

Henrico County, Virginia – Reckless Driving Lawyer Case Result

CASE DISMISSED! A driver charged with Reckless Driving for speeding 86-mph in a 55-mph zone walked away from court without a conviction.  Due to not having a clean driving record, and allegedly speeding 31 mph over the limit, the driver was at risk of jail time or a license suspension if convicted of this charge by a judge. 

King and Queen County, Virginia — Reckless Driving Trial Attorney Case Result

Client was charged with Reckless Driving for improperly changing lanes after he was involved in an accident on a highway where he was hit from behind by another driver. The client was found NOT GUILTY by the judge, walked away from court without any court costs being imposed, and is now eligible for an expungement of this charge.

City of Richmond, Virginia – General District Court Reckless Driving Attorney Case Result

76/55 reckless driving misdemeanor charge for speeding 21-mph over the limit was DISMISSED. 

Prince Edward County, Virginia – General District Court Attorney Case Result

Misdemeanor no license charge was REDUCED to an infraction with a $10 fine (opposed to jail time) and 94/55 reckless driving case result was a small fine (opposed to jail time or a license suspension).  

Hanover County, Virginia – General District Court Traffic Defense Attorney Case Result

Misdemeanor charge for unauthorized use of inspection was REDUCED to a traffic infraction for failure to have vehicle inspected. 

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