Although every case is different, no two cases are the same, and a result in one case does not guarantee the same result in every case or predict the result of a different case, Anthony has obtained great results around Virginia.
Some of Anthony’s case results are the following:
Anthony Montagna, III, and the lawyers at Montagna Traffic Law are experienced Accomack County, VA speeding ticket, traffic ticket and Reckless Driving Lawyers. As an Accomack County, VA reckless driving, speeding, and traffic violation defense lawyer, who is familiar with the federal and state courts, Anthony Montagna, III knows how to obtain great court results in court.
Although Accomack County is a very pleasant county in Virginia, the speed limits are strictly enforced by law enforcement officers. Furthermore, the Court’s dockets on Tuesdays and Wednesdays are filled with individuals with charges of reckless driving, speeding, and other traffic violations.
Judge Vincent and Judge Robbins preside over countless numbers of individuals, who have been charged with reckless driving and speeding. Do not take a reckless driving charge lightly. With reckless driving, an individual generally faces up to 12 months in jail, a $2,500 fine, a license suspension in VA for up to 6 months, and 6 DMV points.
When you go to court in Accomack County, VA for a reckless driving or speeding ticket, you need to understand that it requires the use of common sense, and it is important to hire a lawyer who practices in Accomack County, VA. Anthony and the lawyers at Montagna Law know that it is important to fight for your clients in criminal and traffic matters.
No case is too complex or too simple. When you may go to jail for a reckless driving charge or any traffic violation in Accomack County, VA, call the experienced Accomack County, VA reckless driving lawyers at Montagna Traffic Law. Our phone numbers are 757-625-3500 (to reach Anthony Montagna III 24 hours a day), 757-622-8056, and 757-622-8173 and help is only a phone call away.
With Anthony L. Montagna, III, you can be confident that you have an experienced, professional traffic defense attorney on your side. In fact, our firm has over 150+ years of combined legal experience. Anthony will fight to protect you and your family. He knows that every case is important to you, and he will battle for you in court.
Anthony was born on August 19, 1968 at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina. After several months, Anthony and his family moved to Norfolk, Virginia, his father’s home town.
Anthony graduated from Norfolk Academy in 1986. After graduation, Anthony attended and graduated from the University of Richmond with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. At the University of Richmond, Anthony was awarded Intermediate Honors and was a proud member of the the Dean’s List.
After graduating from the University of Richmond, Anthony attended and graduated from The University of Akron School of Law in 1993. Upon graduating from law school, Anthony joined his father as a partner at Montagna & Montagna, P.C.
As a partner at Montagna & Montagna, P.C., Anthony assisted individuals in many fields of law. Over the years, Anthony has handled bankruptcy, debt collection, worker’s compensation, personal injury, family law, DUI and traffic, security clearance, criminal, and corporation cases.
As the son of an attorney who served his country proudly on active duty and in the reserves in the United States Navy Jag Corps, Anthony has the necessary experience and knowledge to ensure you get the results that you want. He has practiced law for over 30 years and is well known for his knowledge of the law and familiarity with the judges in Accomack County, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News, and all of Hampton Roads, VA.
In his free time, Anthony enjoys travelling, reading, watching and playing sports, and spending time with his family. He particularly enjoys spending time with his daughter, Phoebe, who is 20 and attends Hollins University.
“Practicing law since 1993, I know each case is different, and I provide personalized attention for each client,” says Anthony. “I am committed to providing my Accomack County, VA traffic clients with zealous and skillful representation. I know that my client’s case is a serious concern, and I treat every client like I would want my family treated by an attorney. I am here to guide you through the complexities of your case and to provide you simple, straightforward answers to your questions.”
1993 University of Akron School of Law, Akron, OH, J.D.
1990 University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, B.A., Major: Economics, Intermediate Honors, Dean’s List
Anthony Montagna, III, is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau. Many of our clients are locals, union workers, students, vacationers, and military men and women. Our fees are reasonable, and we offer military, student, union, and senior discounts. When you need an experienced and compassionate lawyer for a reckless driving, DUI or any traffic violation, contact Anthony Montagna, III, a proven winner. Anthony will utilize his 30 years of experience in thinking “outside of the box” to achieve the most favorable disposition.
I. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-852
Irrespective of the maximum speeds permitted by law, any person who drives a vehicle on any highway recklessly or at a speed or in a manner so as to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person shall be guilty of reckless driving.
II. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-853
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who drives a vehicle which is not under proper control or which has inadequate or improperly adjusted brakes on any highway in the Commonwealth.
III. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-854
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who, while driving a vehicle, overtakes and passes another vehicle proceeding in the same direction, on or approaching the crest of a grade or on or approaching a curve in the highway, where the driver’s view along the highway is obstructed, except where the overtaking vehicle is being operated on a highway having two or more designated lanes of roadway for each direction of travel or on a designated one-way roadway or highway.
IV. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-855
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who drives a vehicle when it is so loaded, or when there are in the front seat such number of persons, as to obstruct the view of the driver to the front or sides of the vehicle or to interfere with the driver’s control over the driving mechanism of the vehicle.
V. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-856
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who passes or attempts to pass two other vehicles abreast, moving in the same direction, except on highways having separate roadways of three or more lanes for each direction of travel, or on designated one-way streets or highways. This section shall not apply, however, to a motor vehicle passing two other vehicles when one or both of such other vehicles is a bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, electric power-assisted bicycle, or moped; nor shall this section apply to a bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, electric power-assisted bicycle, or moped passing two other vehicles.
VI. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-857
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who drives any motor vehicle so as to be abreast of another vehicle in a lane designed for one vehicle, or drives any motor vehicle so as to travel abreast of any other vehicle traveling in a lane designed for one vehicle. Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit two two-wheeled motorcycles from traveling abreast while traveling in a lane designated for one vehicle. In addition, this section shall not apply to (i) any validly authorized parade, motorcade, or motorcycle escort; (ii) a motor vehicle traveling in the same lane of traffic as a bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, electric power-assisted bicycle, or moped; nor shall it apply to (iii) any vehicle when lawfully overtaking and passing one or more vehicles traveling in the same direction in a separate lane.
VII. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-858
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who overtakes or passes any other vehicle proceeding in the same direction at any railroad grade crossing or at any intersection of highways unless such vehicles are being operated on a highway having two or more designated lanes of roadway for each direction of travel or unless such intersection is designated and marked as a passing zone or on a designated one-way street or highway, or while pedestrians are passing or about to pass in front of either of such vehicles, unless permitted so to do by a traffic light or law-enforcement officer.
VIII. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-859
A person driving a motor vehicle shall stop such vehicle when approaching, from any direction, any school bus which is stopped on any highway, private road or school driveway for the purpose of taking on or discharging children, the elderly, or mentally or physically handicapped persons, and shall remain stopped until all the persons are clear of the highway, private road or school driveway and the bus is put in motion; any person violating the foregoing is guilty of reckless driving. The driver of a vehicle, however, need not stop when approaching a school bus if the school bus is stopped on the other roadway of a divided highway, on an access road, or on a driveway when the other roadway, access road, or driveway is separated from the roadway on which he is driving by a physical barrier or an unpaved area. The driver of a vehicle also need not stop when approaching a school bus which is loading or discharging passengers from or onto property immediately adjacent to a school if the driver is directed by a law-enforcement officer or other duly authorized uniformed school crossing guard to pass the school bus. This section shall apply to school buses which are equipped with warning devices prescribed in § 46.2-1090 and are painted yellow with the words “School Bus” in black letters at least eight inches high on the front and rear thereof. Only school buses which are painted yellow and equipped with the required lettering and warning devices shall be identified as school buses.
The testimony of the school bus driver, the supervisor of school buses or a law-enforcement officer that the vehicle was yellow, conspicuously marked as a school bus, and equipped with warning devices as prescribed in § 46.2-1090 is prima facie evidence that the vehicle is a school bus.
IX. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-860
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who fails to give adequate and timely signals of intention to turn, partly turn, slow down, or stop, as required by Article 6 (§ 46.2-848 et seq.) of this chapter.
X. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-861
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who exceeds a reasonable speed under the circumstances and traffic conditions existing at the time, regardless of any posted speed limit.
XI. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-862
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who drives a motor vehicle on the highways in the Commonwealth (i) at a speed of twenty miles per hour or more in excess of the applicable maximum speed limit or (ii) in excess of eighty miles per hour regardless of the applicable maximum speed limit.
XII. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-863
A person shall be guilty of reckless driving who fails to bring his vehicle to a stop immediately before entering a highway from a side road when there is traffic approaching on such highway within 500 feet of such point of entrance, unless (i) a “Yield Right-of-Way” sign is posted or (ii) where such sign is posted, fails, upon entering such highway, to yield the right-of-way to the driver of a vehicle approaching on such highway from either direction.
XIII. VA Code Ann. § 46.2-864
A person is guilty of reckless driving who operates any motor vehicle at a speed or in a manner so as to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person:
1. On any driveway or premises of a church, school, recreational facility, or business or governmental property open to the public; or
2. On the premises of any industrial establishment providing parking space for customers,
3. On any highway under construction or not yet open to the public.
When you are charged with reckless driving, it is important to be aware that you are facing a class one misdemeanor, which involves up to 12 months in jail and a $2,500.00 fine. It is always important to hire a highly skilled and successful lawyer like Anthony Montagna, III . Anthony frequently obtains great results, when representing an individual charged with reckless driving, speeding, driving on a suspended operator’s license, DUI, or any other traffic offense in Accomack County, Norfolk, Newport News, Virginia Beach or any where in Hampton Roads. As an Accomack County, VA reckless driving lawyer, Anthony has the confidence and skill to negotiate on your behalf and to defend you on any traffic violation.
When you go to court, it is important to have a highly recommended and rated attorney, like Anthony. Although every case is different, no two cases are the same, and a result in one case does not guarantee the same result in every case, Anthony has obtained great results in Accomack County, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and throughout Hampton Roads, VA.
1. You only get one chance to make a good impression in court, so you should always dress well.
2. Hire a lawyer with experience and a proven track record. If you choose an incredibly inexpensive lawyer, you may get what you paid for.
3. Follow your lawyer’s advice, do what he tells you, and be responsible.
4. Do not be argumentative with the Court or the prosecutor. The Judge has been around the block and knows who is acting rudely.
5. If you are arrested by the police, understand that you have the right to remain silent.
If you follow these 5 simple rules, you will be amazed with your level of success in court. If you have questions about a reckless driving, DUI, or a suspended license charge in Accomack County, Norfolk, Newport News, Portsmouth, Hampton or any where in Virginia, call the traffic defense and reckless driving lawyers, Anthony Montagna, III and Montagna Traffic Law, at 757-625-3500 and understand that you have fighters in your corner.
Monday 10:00 a.m., Misdemeanors - Police cases, shoplifting, bad checks 11:00 a.m., Misdemeanors - Citizen complaints 1:30 p.m., Preliminary Hearings Tuesday 9:00 a.m., Traffic - Onley 9:00 a.m., Traffic - 1st - Hallwood, 2nd - Bloxom, 3rd - Parksley 10:00 a.m., Traffic - Accomack County Sheriffs, Onancock 11:00 a.m., Traffic 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th - Chincotegue 1st and 2nd - Virginia Marie Police 3rd - Game Wardens 1:30 p.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge) VASAP, Community Corrections, Pre-Trial Services Wednesday 9:00 a.m., Traffic - State Police 10:00 a.m., Traffic - State Police 11:00 Traffic 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th - contested DUI Cases (Scheduled by attorneys & Clerk) 5th - Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge) 1:30 p.m., Arraignments 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th - Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge) 3rd - VASAP, Community Corrections, Pre-Trial Services Thursday 10:00 a.m., Civil Returns and Unlawful Detainers 11:00 a.m., Civil Contested Cases 1:30 p.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge) Friday (2nd, 3rd, and 5th) 9:00 a.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge) 10:00 a.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge)
Traffic cases: A first continuance may be granted by the clerk, but only to the police officer’s next scheduled court date. Subsequent continuances by Judge only. Criminal cases: Contact the clerk and the Commonwealth’s Attorney (if involved). Judge’s approval may be required. Civil cases: Contact the clerk and the opposing party or attorney. Before the first return date, the clerk may continue cases when process has not yet been served, and after service, with the agreement of all parties. Subsequent continuances by Judge only. Continuances of scheduled contested cases by Judge only, for good cause.
"Mr. Montagna was the BEST!! I had reckless driving and 2 seatbelt violations ( one for a minor) and he got my whole case DISMISSED!! He is definitely the go to guy for your case… I couldn’t appreciate and thank him enough!"
"Simply the best in the business. Got my 67 in a 35 mph reduced from reckless driving to an improper driving. He let me know what to do before court and I followed everything exactly. Would highly recommend him for any traffic case."
"Mr. Anthony Montagna understood the assignment! I am so glad I retained him. He is very professional, understanding, attentive, and easy to reach. He will make sure you get the best results as possible. Thank again Mr. Anthony and Kelly for taking care of me and serving me at my best. If anybody is thinking about looking into this law firm, please look no further!"
"I had a speeding ticket that was 21 over in a 30mph zone. He got my case dismissed. Whatever he asked you to get for court definitely get the paperwork. I really appreciate Anthony Montana for making my driving record go back to +5. He really knows the law and he is definitely an attorney I will use later in life if I will need him again. He does care about the people he helps in court."
"Mr. Montagna handles my periodic traffic offenses and always gets them dismissed. Depending on the charge he has had me take a driver improvement class, which was actually enjoyable, and my charges are always dismissed. I would never use anybody else for any kind of traffic offense. The cops seem to know him and the bailiff told me one time that I had chosen a good lawyer. Highly recommended."
"Anthony helped me with a traffic ticket. His counsel was excellent and he really took the time to understand the situation and give expert guidance on how best to proceed. He got the ticket dismissed and I got points taken off my license as a result of his counsel."
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