Founding partner, Luke Nichols lives in Manassas and his primary practice area is Prince William County and Manassas. Mr. Nichols is known by the judges and prosecutors in Manassas for his dedication to his clients and his knowledge of traffic law.
Mr. Nichols has written multiple books and articles on traffic law (The Virginia DUI Handbook 2nd ed., Driving on a Suspended License in Virginia and The Virginia Reckless Driving Handbook 3rd ed.) Mr. Nichols has also completed the NHTSA based law enforcement training in the use of police RADAR, LiDAR and pacing. Mr. Nichols has also received the NHTSA based law enforcement training in the administration of the SFSTs and DUI detection.
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Mr. Nichols offers free consultations to anyone charged with a traffic offense in Manassas. Call or email Nichols & Green PLLC to receive a free consultation over the phone or in person. During your free consultation Mr. Nichols will be happy to discuss your case, answer any questions you may have, discuss possible defenses and predict the likely outcome of your case.
Hiring a Manassas Traffic lawyer is Important to Getting Accurate Advice
Manassas Park, The City of Manassas and Prince William County are all their own unique jurisdictions. All three jurisdictions hold traffic court in the same building and cases are heard by the same judges, but each jurisdiction has its own police force and its own unique laws. Manassas Park also has its own independent prosecutor’s office.
If you hire a traffic attorney, obviously that attorney needs to know the laws of the jurisdiction where you are charged. Each county, town and city has its own local laws and code. Knowing and gaining experience with these codes takes practice. Consequently, hiring a Manassas traffic attorney is important to guaranteeing that your attorney knows the laws that affect your case.
A Manassas Traffic Attorney May Be Able to Appear in Court in Your Place.
In the case of traffic tickets and certain criminal charges, Manassas traffic attorneys may be able to arrange for you to not appear in court. This means that you don’t need to take time off work or travel far to appear in court. To find out whether your case qualifies for a waiver of your appearance contact Nichols & Green PLLC for a free consultation and we will be happy to let you know whether you can avoid coming to court.