Sussex County, Virginia
At Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit our attorneys are devoted to helping you with your Sussex County traffic case. We take the time with each case to fully understand every detail and work with our client to get the best possible outcome.
Officers patrol throughout the county, which include the towns of Stony Creek, Wakefield, and Waverly. Most of our clients that get tickets in Sussex County are on Interstate 95 or VA State Route 460 and 301. If you have been accused of a traffic-related crime in Sussex County contact the firm and speak with a knowledgeable traffic attorney that will be able to answer all your questions. The lawyers of Jurach, Tacey, & Quitiquit represent clients in Sussex charged with traffic and criminal offenses. Our attorneys regularly represent out of state clients as well as locals on the following traffic and criminal offenses:
The attorneys at Jurach, Tacey and Quitiquit have years of experience representing clients with traffic tickets in Sussex General District Court. The judges who regularly hear speeding, reckless driving, and DUI cases in Sussex General District Court are from the Virginia’s Sixth Judicial Circuit. The Sixth Judicial Circuit includes Brunswick, Greensville, Hopewell, Prince George, Surry and Sussex. We regularly handle cases in these jurisdictions and one of our partners was born and raised in the Sixth Judicial District. The prosecutors do not typically get involved in speeding or reckless driving cases, but are generally involved in DUI cases. Obtaining an attorney who is familiar with the court will be crucial to your defense. A traffic ticket, reckless driving, or DUI can have serious consequences including fines, points on your driving record, loss of license, a criminal conviction and possibly jail time.
If you have received a ticket or been arrested, give us a call at (804) 728-2274 for a free consultation and have local representation for your ticket in Sussex County Virginia!
Sussex General District Court
6th Judicial District of Virginia
Ms Faye Parham Yelverton
Phone: (434) 246-1096
Clerk’s Office Hours
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
P. O. Box 1315
General District Judges
- Hon. Stephen D. Bloom, Presiding Judge, Chief Judge
- Hon. C. Ridley Bain
- Hon. Bruce A. Clark Jr.
- Hon. H. Lee Townsend III
In traffic and criminal cases, one continuance granted without cause by Clerk; subsequently granted only for cause. In civil cases, continuances granted by Clerk upon agreement of all parties.