If you need an experienced Augusta County Reckless Driving Lawyer call Bob Keefer. Bob has been practicing law for over 30 years. For the last few years Bob has limited his practice to traffic cases like reckless driving, speeding, DUI, DUID, DWI and certain other misdemeanors. Bob is a member of the DUI Defense Lawyers Association.
If you contact Bob’s office at 540.433.6906 or at info@BobKeefer.com, Bob’s office will schedule a FREE CALL for you with Bob. During that free call you can explore your options and probable outcomes. Our suggestion is that you do several things when deciding which lawyer to choose for your Augusta County Reckless Driving Lawyer:
- Check the Lawyer’s reviews from his or her clients. You can see some of Bob’s client reviews HERE.
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- See what the Lawyer has written about reckless driving in Virginia. You can see what Bob has written HERE.
Anyone can get charged with a traffic charge even state legislators. In early July, 2015 Alabama State Senator Cam Ward was arrested for driving under the influence. Ward was stopped and jailed in Shelby County, Alabama. Ward is a Republican and represents District 14 which consists of portions of Shelby, Clilton, Jefferson, Bibb and Hale Counties. To make the entire matter worse, Ward is the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Ward joined the Senate after the November 2010 election. Prior to that election, Ward has been in the Alabama House of Representatives for two terms. Ward was re-elected in November 2014. Ward is an attorney, having attended law school at Cumberland School of Law and joining the Alabama Bar in September of 1996.
Hopefully Ward understood that making statements to law enforcement is always a mistake. Ward, as an attorney, would have understood that he had the right to remain silent and that he had the right to counsel while being questioned. Ward would also have known that he did not have to consent to being searched through the roadside field tests or the roadside preliminary breath tester.