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New Kent Reckless Driving – Over 90 reduced

A client of Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit was charged with Reckless Driving in violation of §46.2-862, in New Kent County, Virginia.  Reckless Driving is a serious offense that can have many negative impacts on your life.  A conviction for Reckless Driving is a criminal offense.  A conviction can lead to points on your license, increased insurance premiums, a fine, and in some cases jail time.  Our client was charged with going over 90 miles per hour.  Our attorney was able to get the charge reduced to avoid the consequences of the reckless driving ticket.

Adam Jurach, Brian Tacey, and Tony Quitiquit regularly handle Reckless Driving cases in HenricoHanoverChesterfieldRichmond, and the surrounding jurisdictions.  If you have been charged with Reckless Driving in violation of §46.2-862 contact one of the lawyers at Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit.

“Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case.”

 

Not Guilty result on a DUI Trial

A client of Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in violation of §18.2-266, in  Hanover County, Virginia.   Conviction of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol would have had  many negative impacts for our client. A DUI carries up to 12 months in jail, a 12 month loss of license, and many other negative effects.  Additionally, our client would have had their military carrier ended after 13 years because of a charge we believed could end in a not guilty finding.  After negotiations with the Commonwealth did not yield the outcome we wanted, the case was set for trial.  The attorney spent many hours with the client, reviewing medical records, accounts of the accident, and discovery.  During trial the attorney was able to use his familiarity with the case to get the judge to agree and dismiss the case.

Adam Jurach, Brian Tacey, and Tony Quitiquit regularly handle DUI cases in HenricoHanoverChesterfieldRichmond, and the surrounding jurisdictions.  If you have been charged with a DUI in violation of §18.2-266 contact one of the lawyers at Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit.

“Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case.”

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Giving Back to the Community

At Jurach, Tacey, & Quitiquit, a lot of our job is representing people and families through the problems and consequences of traffic and criminal matters.  With our location and the jurisdictions we serve, we regularly get to help military personnel on cases from reckless driving to more serious criminal matters.  Being able to help and give back to our service members is a great honor for all of us here at The JQ Law Firm.  One of the original ways we decided to give back was to offer a 20% discount to any current or former military, first responders, and law enforcement.

We were recently discussing other ways to give back.  After some discussion, Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing came up as a great opportunity to combine our passion for giving back to military families with a hobby that each of our attorneys enjoy.  Adam, Brian, and Tony all enjoy spending time outdoors, and specifically taking time to fish.  We all were excited and interested in learning more about Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing.  After doing our research, we knew it was the perfect fit, and something we had to get behind.  Below is a description of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing from their website:

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) is a 501c(3) non-profit organization incorporated in Maryland that is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of injured and disabled military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings. With over 200 Programs nationwide, the programs provides basic fly fishing, fly casting, fly tying and rod building classes, along with clinics participants ranging from beginners who have never fished before, to those with prior fly fishing and tying experience who are adapting their skills to their new abilities. All fly fishing and tying equipment is provided to the participants at no cost. Fishing trips, both one day, and multi-day are also provided free of charge to participants. It is much more than a one-time fishing trip. Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) began in 2005 serving wounded military service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center returning from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since then, PHWFF has expanded nationwide, establishing its highly successful program in Department of Defense hospitals, Warrior Transition Units, and Veterans Affairs Medical Centers and clinics..PHWFF is unique in that our volunteers are teaching classes on an on-going, long-term basis. It is much more than a one-day fishing trip. For many participants, particularly disabled veterans, the socialization, and camaraderie of the classes are just as important as the fishing outings and provide them a new activity.

The Firm was able to be one of the sponsors at the Mossy Creek Invitational (MCI) held in Bridgewater, Virginia.  The MCI has been going on since 2008, and is graciously hosted each year by Robin and Bob Fitch and is one of PHWFFs premier fundraising events while also serving as a fun fly fishing competition. PHWFF veteran participants are able to get on the water for a day of memorable angling on Virginia’s famed Mossy Creek.


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