When you need a Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer contact Bob’s office at 540.433.6906 or at info@BobKeefer.com. Bob’s office will schedule a FREE CASE REVIEW by telephone with Bob for you. There is no charge or fee for the call and your discussion is both privileged and confidential. You want the benefit of Bob’s more that 30 years experience practicing law in this part of Virginia.
When you are looking for a Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer to help you, you might want to consider the following:
1. What do former clients say about the person you are considering to be your Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer? You can see Bob’s client reviews here: BOB’S REVIEWS
2. Will the lawyer you talk with on the telephone handle your case with the law enforcement officer, the prosecutor and the Judge? Who will appear in Court for you? When Bob takes your case; Bob appears in Court for you. He does not send an associate. He does not farm out your case to a lawyer you never talked to. Bob handles your case himself.
3. What publications has the person you are interviewing to be your Shenandoah County Reckless Driving Lawyer published to the Internet? You can see Bob’s article on Virginia Reckless Driving here: The Shocking Truth about Reckless Driving By Speed in Virginia (Second Edition).
4. Is your potential lawyer familiar with the Judge, the Prosecutor and the Police Officer? Almost 30 years ago, a Judge told Bob: “A good lawyer knows the law; a Great Lawyer knows the Judge.” By that he meant the law needs to know what the particular Judge likes and what he or she does not like. Bob will know your Judge, prosecutor and police officer as he routinely goes to Shenandoah County General District Court.
Anyone can need a traffic lawyer. On April 26, 2015, Actor Adam Bartley got stopped for driving with no seat belt in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Bartley’s problems were just beginning. The officer apparently smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Bartley’s breath. At that point, the officer began a DWI investigation.
Bartley apparently had not learned his constitutional rights from his work on Longmire. Instead of asserting his right to counsel by merely saying: “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest, please let me go”, Bartley admitted to drinking several drinks. Bartley did not understand that he was going to jail for DWI as soon as the Officer thought he smelled an alcoholic beverage on Bartley’s breath.
Bartley then continued to thwart his constitutional protections by agreeing to perform the standardized field sobriety tests. Bartley did not learn from Longmire that he had no obligation to allow such a search of his person. Bartley, of course, was arrested. He blew a 0.09 grams per 210 Liters result on the New Mexico evidential breath test gadget.