Traffic Tickets

If you have received a citation for any type of moving violation in Fairfax, Fairfax City, Vienna, Herndon, Manassas, Leesburg, Fairfax County, Prince William County or Loudoun County, you have the same right to due process and a fair day in court that individuals charged with much more serious offenses have.

At Ronald E. Smith, P.C., our attorneys will investigate these charges, examine the procedures surrounding the evidence, and see to it that your rights are protected and that you are treated fairly. In some cases, we may be able to challenge the case against you and get the charges against you reduced or dismissed.

We represent clients in Municipal court hearings throughout Northern Virginia and defend them against traffic violations such as:

Our firm has the experience and skill required to defend clients against these charges. In fact, Ronald E. Smith is the co-author of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) textbook Defense of Serious Traffic Cases in Virginia, Virginia State Bar, 2004. He is a frequent CLE lecturer on criminal and DUI / Traffic Law for the Virginia State Bar, Arlington Bar Association, and the Fairfax Bar Association, where he sits on the General District Court Committee.


It is important to consult with an attorney about your traffic violation to find out what the options are in your case. Plea bargains may result in sentences of community service, nolle prosequi (charges set aside), restricted driving privileges, or suspended fines and jail time.

If a client is convicted of speeding or reckless driving, our attorneys will work with the court to get the most beneficial sentencing possible. If you have questions about your traffic ticket, contact our law office for a free, immediate telephone consultation.

Restoration of Driving Privileges and Expungements

The process for restoration of driving privileges after a driver's license suspension involves consideration of a number of factors. Our attorneys will present your case in the way that best demonstrates you deserve to have your driver's license reinstated.

In some cases, if charges against you were dismissed, nolle prosed (set aside), or satisfied through alternative sentencing options such as community service, we can arrange to have the records of your offense sealed from public access through expungement.

Contact a Fairfax traffic ticket attorney at Ronald E. Smith, P.C. today.