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Assault Battery Virginia Laws Simple 18.2-57 Fairfax Richmond Beach Loudoun Prince William

Simple Assault & Battery Defense – Virginia Lawyers

There are many different penalties for Simple Assault & Battery charges in Virginia.

If you have been charged with Simple Assault & Battery in Virginia, contact our firm immediately for help.

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax Richmond Virginia Beach Loudoun Prince William Fredericksburg & Lynchburg.

Simple Assault & Battery Defense In Virginia

We will do our absolute best to help you get the best result possible based on the facts of your case.

Assault Battery Virginia Laws Simple 18.2-57

Assault Battery Virginia Laws Simple 18.2-57

Virginia 18.2-57. Assault and battery Law

A. Any person who commits a simple assault or assault and battery shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor, and if the person intentionally selects the person against whom a simple assault is committed because of his race, religious conviction, color or national origin, the penalty upon conviction shall include a term of confinement of at least six months, 30 days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement.

B. However, if a person intentionally selects the person against whom an assault and battery resulting in bodily injury is committed because of his race, religious conviction, color or national origin, the person shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony, and the penalty upon conviction shall include a term of confinement of at least six months, 30 days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement.

C. In addition, if any person commits an assault or an assault and battery against another knowing or having reason to know that such other person is a judge, a law-enforcement officer as defined hereinafter, a correctional officer as defined in 53.1-1, a person employed by the Department of Corrections directly involved in the care, treatment or supervision of inmates in the custody of the Department, a firefighter as defined in 65.2-102, or a volunteer firefighter or lifesaving or rescue squad member who is a member of a bona fide volunteer fire department or volunteer rescue or emergency medical squad regardless of whether a resolution has been adopted by the governing body of a political subdivision recognizing such firefighters or members as employees, engaged in the performance of his public duties, such person is guilty of a Class 6 felony, and, upon conviction, the sentence of such person shall include a mandatory minimum term of confinement of six months.
Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to affect the right of any person charged with a violation of this section from asserting and presenting evidence in support of any defenses to the charge that may be available under common law.

D. In addition, if any person commits a battery against another knowing or having reason to know that such other person is a full-time or part-time teacher, principal, assistant principal, or guidance counselor of any public or private elementary or secondary school and is engaged in the performance of his duties as such, he shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor and the sentence of such person upon conviction shall include a sentence of 15 days in jail, two days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement. However, if the offense is committed by use of a firearm or other weapon prohibited on school property pursuant to 18.2-308.1, the person shall serve a mandatory minimum sentence of confinement of six months.

E. In addition, any person who commits a battery against another knowing or having reason to know that such individual is a health care provider as defined in 8.01-581.1 who is engaged in the performance of his duties as an emergency health care provider in an emergency room of a hospital or clinic or on the premises of any other facility rendering emergency medical care is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. The sentence of such person, upon conviction, shall include a term of confinement of 15 days in jail, two days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement.

F. As used in this section:
“Judge” means any justice or judge of a court of record of the Commonwealth including a judge designated under 17.1-105, a judge under temporary recall under 17.1-106, or a judge pro tempore under 17.1-109, any member of the State Corporation Commission, or of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission, and any judge of a district court of the Commonwealth or any substitute judge of such district court.

“Law-enforcement officer” means any full-time or part-time employee of a police department or sheriff’s office that is part of or administered by the Commonwealth or any political subdivision thereof who is responsible for the prevention or detection of crime and the enforcement of the penal, traffic or highway laws of the Commonwealth, any conservation officer of the Department of Conservation and Recreation commissioned pursuant to 10.1-115, any special agent of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, conservation police officers appointed pursuant to 29.1-200, and full-time sworn members of the enforcement division of the Department of Motor Vehicles appointed pursuant to 46.2-217, and such officer also includes jail officers in local and regional correctional facilities, all deputy sheriffs, whether assigned to law-enforcement duties, court services or local jail responsibilities, auxiliary police officers appointed or provided for pursuant to 15.2-1731 and 15.2-1733, auxiliary deputy sheriffs appointed pursuant to 15.2-1603, police officers of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority pursuant to 5.1-158, and fire marshals appointed pursuant to 27-30 when such fire marshals have police powers as set out in 27-34.2 and 27-34.2:1.

“School security officer” means an individual who is employed by the local school board for the purpose of maintaining order and discipline, preventing crime, investigating violations of school board policies and detaining persons violating the law or school board policies on school property, a school bus or at a school-sponsored activity and who is responsible solely for ensuring the safety, security and welfare of all students, faculty and staff in the assigned school.

G. “Simple assault” or “assault and battery” shall not be construed to include the use of, by any teacher, teacher aide, principal, assistant principal, guidance counselor, school security officer, school bus driver or school bus aide, while acting in the course and scope of his official capacity, any of the following:

(i) incidental, minor or reasonable physical contact or other actions designed to maintain order and control;

(ii) reasonable and necessary force to quell a disturbance or remove a student from the scene of a disturbance that threatens physical injury to persons or damage to property;

(iii) reasonable and necessary force to prevent a student from inflicting physical harm on himself;

(iv) reasonable and necessary force for self-defense or the defense of others; or

(v) reasonable and necessary force to obtain possession of weapons or other dangerous objects or controlled substances or associated paraphernalia that are upon the person of the student or within his control.

In determining whether a person was acting within the exceptions provided in this subsection, due deference shall be given to reasonable judgments that were made by a teacher, teacher aide, principal, assistant principal, guidance counselor, school security officer, school bus driver, or school bus aide at the time of the event.

Some of the courts we cover in Virginia:
Fairfax Circuit Court Richmond Circuit Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
400 North Ninth Street
John Marshall Courts Building
Richmond, VA 23219
Fairfax General District Court Richmond General District Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
920 Hull Street, Northside
Richmond, VA 23224-4070
Fairfax Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court Richmond Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030-4020
Oliver Hill Courts Building
1600 Oliver Hill WaySuite C181
Richmond, VA 23219-1214
Prince William Circuit Court Loudoun Circuit Court
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110
P. O. Box 55018 E. Market St., 3rd floor
Leesburg, VA 20178
Prince William General District Court Loudoun General District Court
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110-5586
18 East Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
Prince William Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court Loudoun Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110-5555
18 East Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
Virginia Beach Circuit Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway
Building 10, 4th Floor
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9017
Virginia Beach General District Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9057
Virginia Beach Juvenile & Domestic Relations District
Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway, Building 10
Judicial Complex 10 AMunicipal Center
Virginia Beach, VA 23456

Statute

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Penalty

 Virginia Code 18.2-57(A)  Any person who commits a simple assault or assault and battery Shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor,
Any person who commits a simple assault or assault and battery and if the person intentionally selects the person against whom a simple assault is committed because of his race, religious conviction, color or national origin, The penalty shall include a term of confinement of at least six months, 30 days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement.
Virginia Code 18.2-57(B) If a person intentionally selects the person against whom an assault and battery resulting in bodily injury is committed because of his race, religious conviction, color or national origin, Guilty of a Class 6 felony, and the penalty upon conviction shall include a term of confinement of at least six months, 30 days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement.
Virginia Code 18.2-57(C) If any person commits an assault or an assault and battery against another knowing or having reason to know that such other person is a judge, a law-enforcement officer as defined hereinafter,

  1. A correctional officer as defined in  53.1-1,
  2. A person employed by the Department of Corrections directly involved in the care, treatment or supervision of inmates in the custody of the Department,
  3. A firefighter as defined in  65.2-102, or
  4. A volunteer firefighter or lifesaving or
  5. Rescue squad member who is a member of a bona fide volunteer fire department or volunteer rescue or emergency medical squad

Regardless of whether a resolution has been adopted by the governing body of a political subdivision recognizing such firefighters or members as employees, engaged in the performance of his public duties

Guilty of a Class 6 felony, and, upon conviction, the sentence of such person shall include a mandatory minimum term of confinement of six months.
Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to affect the right of any person charged with a violation of this section from asserting and presenting evidence in support of any defenses to the charge that may be available under common law.
Virginia Code 18.2-57(D) If any person commits a battery against another knowing or having reason to know that such other person is a full-time or part-time teacher, principal, assistant principal, or guidance counselor of any public or private elementary or secondary school and is engaged in the performance of his duties as such Guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor and the sentence of such person upon conviction shall include a sentence of 15 days in jail, two days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement.
However, if the offense is committed by use of a firearm or other weapon prohibited on school property pursuant to  18.2-308.1. The person shall serve a mandatory minimum sentence of confinement of six months
Virginia Code 18.2-57(E) In addition, any person who commits a battery against another knowing or having reason to know that such individual is a health care provider as defined in  8.01-581.1 who is engaged in the performance of his duties as an emergency health care provider in an emergency room of a hospital or clinic or on the premises of any other facility rendering emergency medical care Guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. The sentence of such person, upon conviction, shall include a term of confinement of 15 days in jail, two days of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of confinement.
 Virginia Code 18.2-57(F)  As used in this section:”Judge” means any justice or judge of a court of record of the Commonwealth including a judge designated under  17.1-105, a judge under temporary recall under  17.1-106, or a judge pro tempore under  17.1-109, any member of the State Corporation Commission, or of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission, and any judge of a district court of the Commonwealth or any substitute judge of such district court.
“Law-enforcement officer” means any full-time or part-time employee of a police department or sheriff’s office that is part of or administered by the Commonwealth or any political subdivision thereof who is responsible for the prevention or detection of crime and the enforcement of the penal, traffic or highway laws of the Commonwealth, any conservation officer of the Department of Conservation and Recreation commissioned pursuant to  10.1-115, any special agent of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, conservation police officers appointed pursuant to  29.1-200, and full-time sworn members of the enforcement division of the Department of Motor Vehicles appointed pursuant to  46.2-217, and such officer also includes jail officers in local and regional correctional facilities, all deputy sheriffs, whether assigned to law-enforcement duties, court services or local jail responsibilities, auxiliary police officers appointed or provided for pursuant to  15.2-1731 and 15.2-1733, auxiliary deputy sheriffs appointed pursuant to  15.2-1603, police officers of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority pursuant to  5.1-158, and fire marshals appointed pursuant to  27-30 when such fire marshals have police powers as set out in  27-34.2 and 27-34.2:1.
“School security officer” means an individual who is employed by the local school board for the purpose of maintaining order and discipline, preventing crime, investigating violations of school board policies and detaining persons violating the law or school board policies on school property, a school bus or at a school-sponsored activity and who is responsible solely for ensuring the safety, security and welfare of all students, faculty and staff in the assigned school.
Virginia Code 18.2-57(G) “Simple assault” or “assault and battery” shall not be construed to include the use of, by any teacher, teacher aide, principal, assistant principal, guidance counselor, school security officer, school bus driver or school bus aide, while acting in the course and scope of his official capacity, any of the following:

  • incidental, minor or reasonable physical contact or other actions designed to maintain order and control;
  • reasonable and necessary force to quell a disturbance or remove a student from the scene of a disturbance that threatens physical injury to persons or damage to property;
  • reasonable and necessary force to prevent a student from inflicting physical harm on himself;
  • reasonable and necessary force for self-defense or the defense of others; or
  • reasonable and necessary force to obtain possession of weapons or other dangerous objects or controlled substances or associated paraphernalia that are upon the person of the student or within his control.

In determining whether a person was acting within the exceptions provided in this subsection, due deference shall be given to reasonable judgments that were made by a teacher, teacher aide, principal, assistant principal, guidance counselor, school security officer, school bus driver, or school bus aide at the time of the event.

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax Richmond Virginia Beach Loudoun Prince William Fredericksburg & Lynchburg.

Simple Assault & Battery Defense In Virginia.

We will do our absolute best to help you get the best result possible based on the facts of your case.

We also cover the following courts in Virginia:
Herndon General District Court
765 Lynn Street,
Herndon, VA 20170
Vienna General District Court
127 South Center Street,
Vienna, VA 22180
Falls Church General District Court
300 Park Avenue, Room 107E
Falls Church, VA 22046-3350

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Disclaimer:

These summaries are provided by the SRIS Law Group. They represent the firm’s unofficial views of the Justices’ opinions. The original opinions should be consulted for their authoritative content.

Virginia Suspended License Defense Laws Fairfax Richmond Beach Loudoun Prince William

SUSPENDED LICENSE DEFENSE VIRGINIA LAWYER

Virginia Traffic Lawyer

Our firm defends clients charged with driving on suspended license or revoked license or no operator’s license in Virginia. The penalties for driving on a suspended license are a maximum of $2500 fine and 1 year in jail.

We have client meeting locations throughout Virginia: Fairfax, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Prince William, Loudoun, Fredericksburg & Lynchburg.

Virginia Suspended License Defense Laws

Virginia Suspended License Defense Laws

If you have been charged with malicious wounding, contact us immediately. We have the experience necessary to defend you.

Virginia Driving On Suspended License:

Virginia Code 46.2-301. Driving while license, permit, or privilege to drive suspended or revoked

  1. A. In addition to any other penalty provided by this section, any motor vehicle administratively impounded or immobilized under the provisions of § 46.2-301.1 may, in the discretion of the court, be impounded or immobilized for an additional period of up to 90 days upon conviction of an offender for driving while his driver’s license, learner’s permit, or privilege to drive a motor vehicle has been suspended or revoked for (i) a violation of § 18.2-36.1, 18.2-51.4, 18.2-266, 18.2-272, or 46.2-341.24 or a substantially similar ordinance or law in any other jurisdiction or (ii) driving after adjudication as an habitual offender, where such adjudication was based in whole or in part on an alcohol-related offense, or where such person’s license has been administratively suspended under the provisions of § 46.2-391.2. However, if, at the time of the violation, the offender was driving a motor vehicle owned by another person, the court shall have no jurisdiction over such motor vehicle but may order the impoundment or immobilization of a motor vehicle owned solely by the offender at the time of arrest. All costs of impoundment or immobilization, including removal or storage expenses, shall be paid by the offender prior to the release of his motor vehicle.
  2. B. Except as provided in §§ 46.2-304 and 46.2-357, no resident or nonresident (i) whose driver’s license, learner’s permit, or privilege to drive a motor vehicle has been suspended or revoked or (ii) who has been directed not to drive by any court or by the Commissioner, or (iii) who has been forbidden, as prescribed by operation of any statute of the Commonwealth or a substantially similar ordinance of any county, city or town, to operate a motor vehicle in the Commonwealth shall thereafter drive any motor vehicle or any self-propelled machinery or equipment on any highway in the Commonwealth until the period of such suspension or revocation has terminated or the privilege has been reinstated or a restricted license is issued pursuant to subsection E. A clerk’s notice of suspension of license for failure to pay fines or costs given in accordance with § 46.2-395 shall be sufficient notice for the purpose of maintaining a conviction under this section. For the purposes of this section, the phrase “motor vehicle or any self-propelled machinery or equipment” shall not include mopeds.
  3. C. A violation of subsection B is a Class 1 misdemeanor. A third or subsequent offense occurring within a 10-year period shall include a mandatory minimum term of confinement in jail of 10 days. However, the court shall not be required to impose a mandatory minimum term of confinement in any case where a motor vehicle is operated in violation of this section in a situation of apparent extreme emergency which requires such operation to save life or limb.
  4. D. Upon a violation of subsection B, the court shall suspend the person’s license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle for the same period for which it had been previously suspended or revoked. In the event the person violated subsection B by driving during a period of suspension or revocation which was not for a definite period of time, the court shall suspend the person’s license, permit or privilege to drive for an additional period not to exceed 90 days, to commence upon the expiration of the previous suspension or revocation or to commence immediately if the previous suspension or revocation has expired.
  5. E. Any person who is otherwise eligible for a restricted license may petition each court that suspended his license pursuant to subsection D for authorization for a restricted license, provided that the period of time for which the license was suspended by the court pursuant to subsection D, if measured from the date of conviction, has expired, even though the suspension itself has not expired. A court may, for good cause shown, authorize the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue a restricted license for any of the purposes set forth in subsection E of § 18.2-271.1. No restricted license shall be issued unless each court that issued a suspension of the person’s license pursuant to subsection D authorizes the Department to issue a restricted license. Any restricted license issued pursuant to this subsection shall be in effect until the expiration of any and all suspensions issued pursuant to subsection D, except that it shall automatically terminate upon the expiration, cancellation, suspension, or revocation of the person’s license or privilege to drive for any other cause. No restricted license issued pursuant to this subsection shall permit a person to operate a commercial motor vehicle as defined in the Commercial Driver’s License Act (§ 46.2-341.1 et seq.). The court shall forward to the Commissioner a copy of its authorization entered pursuant to this subsection, which shall specifically enumerate the restrictions imposed and contain such information regarding the person to whom such a license is issued as is reasonably necessary to identify the person. The court shall also provide a copy of its authorization to the person, who may not operate a motor vehicle until receipt from the Commissioner of a restricted license. A copy of the restricted license issued by the Commissioner shall be carried at all times while operating a motor vehicle.
  6. F. Any person who operates a motor vehicle or any self-propelled machinery or equipment in violation of the terms of a restricted license issued pursuant to subsection E of § 18.2-271.1 is not guilty of a violation of this section but is guilty of a violation of § 18.2-272.

Some of the courts we cover in Virginia:

Fairfax Circuit Court Richmond Circuit Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
400 North Ninth Street
John Marshall Courts Building
Richmond, VA 23219
Fairfax General District Court Richmond General District Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
920 Hull Street, Northside
Richmond, VA 23224-4070
Fairfax Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court Richmond Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030-4020
Oliver Hill Courts Building
1600 Oliver Hill WaySuite C181
Richmond, VA 23219-1214
Prince William Circuit Court Loudoun Circuit Court
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110
P. O. Box 55018 E. Market St., 3rd floor
Leesburg, VA 20178
Prince William General District Court Loudoun General District Court
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110-5586
18 East Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
Prince William Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court Loudoun Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110-5555
18 East Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176

 

Virginia Beach Circuit Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway
Building 10, 4th Floor
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9017
Virginia Beach General District Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9057
Virginia Beach Juvenile & Domestic Relations District
Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway, Building 10
Judicial Complex 10 AMunicipal Center
Virginia Beach, VA 23456

VIRGINIA CODE 46.2-301- SUSPENDED LICENSE

Name of offense Statute What constitutes an offense Punishment
Driving on suspended license Va Code § 46.2-301(A) Driving while license, learner’s has been suspended or revoked for a violation of § 18.2-36.1, 18.2-51.4, 18.2-266, 18.2-272, or 46.2-341.24 or driving after adjudication as an habitual offender Impounded or immobilized for an additional period of up to 90 days
Va Code §46.2-301(B) Driving after license is suspended or after being forbidden to drive by any court or the Commissioner, or forbidden by operation of any statutes of the Commonwealth Class 1 misdemeanor
Driving on suspended license – a third or subsequent offense occurring within a 10-year period Va Code §46.2-301(C) Third offense within 10 years driving on a suspended license Mandatory minimum term of confinement in jail of 10 days
Virginia. Code §46.2-301(D) Upon a violation of subsection B The court shall suspend the person’s license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle for the same period for which it had been previously suspended or revoked.Or

When the suspension or revocation was not for a definite period of time, the court shall suspend the person’s license, permit or privilege to drive for an additional period not to exceed 90 days, to commence upon the expiration of the previous suspension or revocation or to commence immediately if the previous suspension or revocation has expired.

We also cover the following courts in Virginia:

Herndon General District Court
765 Lynn Street,
Herndon, VA 20170
Vienna General District Court
127 South Center Street,
Vienna, VA 22180
Falls Church General District Court
300 Park Avenue, Room 107E
Falls Church, VA 22046-3350

Article written by A Sris
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Disclaimer:

These summaries are provided by the SRIS Law Group. They represent the firm’s unofficial views of the Justices’ opinions. The original opinions should be consulted for their authoritative content.

Driving Suspended License Virginia Laws Revoke No Operators Fairfax Richmond Beach Loudoun Prince William

Driving on Suspended/Revoked/No Operators License Defense

Virginia Lawyers

Driving with a suspended license is a serious crime in Virginia. If you are charged with driving with a suspended license in Virginia, call the SRIS, P.C. lawyers in Virginia.

In every state, it is against the law to drive when you driver’s license is suspended or revoked. Some of the acronyms for driving with a suspended license are DOS & No OL. Driving when you don’t have a license is also against the law in Virginia. Especially if your right to apply for a license has been suspended or revoked in Virginia. A person who drives a motor vehicle in another state while their licenses is suspended or revoked in the state they originally obtained their license from may also be charged with a driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Driving on Suspended License In Virginia Laws

Driving on Suspended License In Virginia Laws

The Law Offices of SRIS, P.C. has client meeting locations in Virginia: Fairfax, Loudoun, Fredericksburg, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg, Manassas, Richmond & Virginia Beach.

If you wish to consult with a Virginia lawyer about a Driving on Suspended or Revoked License case in Virginia, please call us at 888-437-7747.

Driving with a suspended license is generally treated as an infraction or misdemeanor. Depending on the state you are charged in, you could receive a sentence of up to one year in jail and a substantial fine.

Depending on the situation, a person can even have their license revoked. This terminates the person’s privilege of driving. This will require the individual who license was revoked to get a new license.

If your license has been suspended in Virginia, then your right to drive is taken away for a period of time. The length of time your license will be suspended for can be as little as 10 day up to as much as one year. An example of having your driver’s licenses suspended for one year is if you have been convicted of a DUI. Your suspension will end only after one year.

In Virginia, the law requires the Motor Vehicles Division (DMV) to suspend or revoke a license for certain types of offenses such as a failure to pay fines or court costs. Also, most judges have the authority to suspend a license if it is related to a traffic offense conviction such as reckless driving.

Your license can even be suspended for failure to obey a court order. An example of this is failing to pay fine ordered by the court or completing a program ordered by the court if it is driving related.

In Virginia, you are required to have car insurance and failure to provide the division of motor vehicles such proof can result in suspension of your license.

The above mentioned are just some of the different types of reasons why your license may be suspended in Virginia.

If your driver’s license is suspended or revoked in Virginia, the division of motor vehicles must give notice of the suspension or revocation to the driver. Generally, notice is given by mailing via first class mail or certified mail. The notice of suspension or revocation is mailed to the address DMV has on record. Most states require a licensed driver to notify DMV within 30 days of moving to a new address of the move.

Some of the courts we cover in Virginia:

Fairfax Circuit Court Richmond Circuit Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road

Fairfax, VA 22030

400 North Ninth Street

John Marshall Courts Building

Richmond, VA 23219

Fairfax General District Court Richmond General District Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road

Fairfax, VA 22030

920 Hull Street, Northside

Richmond, VA 23224-4070

Fairfax Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court Richmond Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
4110 Chain Bridge Road

Fairfax, VA 22030-4020

Oliver Hill Courts Building

1600 Oliver Hill Way Suite C181

Richmond, VA 23219-1214

Prince William Circuit Court Loudoun Circuit Court
9311 Lee Avenue

Manassas, VA 20110

P. O. Box 55018 E. Market St., 3rd floor

Leesburg, VA 20178

Prince William General District Court Loudoun General District Court
9311 Lee Avenue

Manassas, VA 20110-5586

18 East Market Street

Leesburg, VA 20176

Prince William Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court Loudoun Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
9311 Lee Avenue

Manassas, VA 20110-5555

18 East Market Street

Leesburg, VA 20176

 

Virginia Beach Circuit Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway

Building 10, 4th Floor

Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9017

Virginia Beach General District Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway

Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9057

Virginia Beach Juvenile & Domestic Relations District
Court
2425 Nimmo Parkway, Building 10

Judicial Complex 10 A Municipal Center

Virginia Beach, VA 23456

In most cases, even if a person’s license is suspended as a result of a traffic violation, the person may request the court or DMV, depending on the state, for a restricted license. The restricted license will be authorized only for very limited purposes such as getting to and from work, going to the doctor, dropping of and picking up children from school or daycare, etc. Also, the person is only authorized to drive for a certain number of hours during the day. If the person drives outside of the restrictions authorized, the person is deemed to be driving while suspended.

The Virginia defense attorneys at SRIS, P.C. are very experienced in assisting clients who have been charged with a driving on suspended / revoked or no operator’s license. Please call us at 888-437-7747.

Also, our staff and defense lawyers in Virginia speak the following languages in addition to English: Tamil, Arabic, Hindi, Telugu, Cantonese, Mandarin, Malaysian, Spanish & French.

we also cover the following courts in Virginia:

Herndon General District Court
765 Lynn Street,

Herndon, VA 20170

Vienna General District Court
127 South Center Street,

Vienna, VA 22180

Falls Church General District Court
300 Park Avenue, Room 107E

Falls Church, VA 22046-3350

Article written by A Sris
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Disclaimer:

These summaries are provided by the SRIS Law Group. They represent the firm’s unofficial views of the Justices’ opinions. The original opinions should be consulted for their authoritative content.