The lawyers at Jurach, Tacey and Quitiquit regularly represent clients in Greensville County, Virginia. Our lawyers regularly practice in the Greensville General District Court, Greensville Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, and the Greensville County Circuit Court. Adam, Brian and Tony handle cases from serious felonies to misdemeanors and even traffic summonses in Greensville. They use their experience to help you.
RECKLESS DRIVING AND TRAFFIC TICKETS IN GREENSVILLE COUNTY
Reckless Driving is a serious charge that can leave you with a criminal record, points, suspended license, and potentially jail time. The lawyers at Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit practice in Greensville. Unlike criminal cases the Commonwealth’s Attorney does not get involved. In most cases we are able to keep our clients from coming to Court. Most of the Reckless Driving tickets in Greensville come from the Interstate 95, Route 1, or Route 58 as people are passing through the state. We have made it easier for out of state drivers to obtain their driving record for a Greensville County, Virginia reckless driving or speeding ticket. You can access a copy of your driving record on our website: Driving Record Request.
CRIMINAL CHARGES IN GREENSVILLE COUNTY
Have you been charged with a crime in Greensville County? Our lawyers defend clients regularly in Greensville County. Adam, Brian and Tony all served as Assistant Commonwealth Attorneys before starting their firm. We defend people charged in Greensville County Courts for Misdemeanors and Felonies. The Commonwealth’s Attorney prosecutes all criminal cases in Greensville that could potentially lead to jail time.
6th Judicial District of Virginia
Ms Sandra Andleton Ligon
Phone: (434) 634-5400
Clerk’s Office Hours
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
315 South Main Street
General District Judges
- Hon. Stephen D. Bloom, Chief Judge
- Hon. C. Ridley Bain
- Hon. Bruce A. Clark Jr.
- Hon. H. Lee Townsend III
Juvenile and Domestic Relations Judges
- Hon. Carson E. Saunders Jr., Presiding Judge, Chief Judge
- Hon. Jacqueline R. Waymack
First continuance granted by Clerk; subsequently granted by Judge.
Hon. Robert C. Wrenn
Phone: (434) 348-4215
Clerk’s Office Hours
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
P. O. Box 631
- Hon. W. Allan Sharrett, Presiding Judge, Chief Judge
- Hon. William Edward Tomko III