Blac Chyna rear ended by DUI Driver

Excellent Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: If you have received a reckless driving ticket in Harrisonburg, contact Keefer Law Firm at your earliest opportunity.  His 24/7 phone number is 540.433.6906; his email is info@BobKeefer.com. Bob Keefer has over 30 years experience as a Harrisonburg traffic Lawyer.  Bob’s staff will schedule a FREE TELEPHONE CONSULTATION with Bob.  The call is free, confidential and privileged.  Bob will explain to you probable outcomes and possible strategies for obtaining the best outcome possible under your facts.  When selecting a traffic lawyer, one should look and compare client reviews.  You can see some of Bob’s CLIENT REVIEWS here.  You should also see if the Lawyer has any publications in the relevant legal field.  You can see Bob’s eBook here:  The Shocking Truth About Reckless Driving By Speed in Virginia.

Excellent Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: Angela Renee White also known as Blac Chyna is an American model and business person.  She is a frequent cast member in hip hop videos.  After ending her stripping career, Chyna started a career in urban modeling.  In 2010, Chyna appeared on the cover of Dimepiece Magazine and posed in Straight Stuntin’ Magazine and Black Men’s magazine.  Also in 2010, Rapper Drake referred to her in his song, Miss Me.

Excellent Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: Also in 2010, Chyna played Nicki Minaj‘s stunt double in Kanye West‘s music video, Monster.  Also appearing in that video were Jay-Z, Rick Ross and of course Nicki Minaj.  In 2011 Chyna was nominated for and won Model of the Year at the Urban Model Awards.  In 2011, Chyna appeared in Tyga‘s video Rack City. In 2012, Chyna appeared on Nicki Minaj‘s video Come on a Cone.  In 2012 Chyna appeared in DKG a skater movie.  Also in 2012 Chyna was mentioned in 2 Chainz’s I Love Dem Strippers.  In 2014 she started her own make up line titled Lashed by Blac Chyna and opened a beauty parlor in Los Angeles.

Excellent Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer:  Chyna has a son with Tyga.  Chyna also has a child with Robert Kardashian, Jr.  In June of 2016, Chyna was occupying a Rolls Royce in LA.  Her vehicle was struck from behind by a suspected intoxicated driver.  According to police, the suspect provided probable cause to arrest based on his field test performance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Victor Ortiz’s DUI

If you have been charged with reckless driving in Harrisonburg, Virginia call Bob Keefer’s office right now to schedule a FREE CASE EVALUATION.  Bob has over 30 years experience in representing people charged with traffic crimes in Harrisonburg, Virginia.  He can be reached at info@BobKeefer.com or at 540.433.6906 or at the link above.

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: Victor Ortiz is a professional boxer and an actor.  Ortiz was the WBC Welterweight Champion in 2011 and was consistently rated in the top three fighters at his weight for much of his career.  Ortiz acted in The Expendables and in Southpaw.  He also appeared on Dancing With the Stars.  Ortiz grew up in Kansas to Mexican parents.  For a time, Ortiz was raised by his single parent Father who suffered from alcoholism.  Eventually, Ortiz and his five brothers and sisters entered into the care of Kansas child protective services.

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: Before his father left, Ortiz took up boxing and showed great promise.  Ortiz was noticed by Ron Lyle at a Salvation Army Community Center.  Lyle mentored Ortiz into Junior Olympics where he was undefeated.  Lyle was then noticed by Roberto Garcia who began training Ortiz.  At 17 years of age, Ortiz entered the United States Olympic boxing trials but was eliminated in the semifinals.  In 2004, Ortiz entered the professional boxing circuit.  During his career, Ortiz fought many great boxers including Floyd Mayweather.

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer:  In 2016 Ortiz was arrested for DUI in Ventura County, California.  He breath test registered 0.21 grams per 210 Liters of breath.  That breath alcohol content qualified Ortiz for the super DUI designation which carries greater penalties than a standard first DUI.  The DUI may not be Ortiz’s worst legal problem since he was on probation for a 2015 assault and battery charge at the Kenny Chesney concert held at the Rose Bowl.  Ortiz should be worried about the “comeback” time from the 2015 charge.

 

 

 

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer

When you need the best Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer call Bob Keefer at 540.433.6906.  Bob has more than 30  years experience helping people like you with reckless driving charges. #harrisonburgrecklessdrivinglawyer

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Not hiring a Lawyer for your Harrisonburg Reckless Driving charge may be a very expensive choice.  Over the years many people have explained that an acquaintance told them to appear in court by themselves, enter a guilty plea and then ask for a reduction.  Most of those people ended up with a conviction for reckless driving.  With a good lawyer, a Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer, such cases are usually reduced or continued to be reduced upon completion of certain tasks and good behavior.  Most people representing themselves in court do poorly because they do not understand how court works.

Most Judges believe their mandate from the Virginia Legislature is to be a referee, not an advocated for those charged.  If the Government’s evidence showed that you were exceeding 80 miles per hour or were traveling 20 or more miles per hour over the speed limit, you will be convicted as charged.  You need to hire a good lawyer to enhance your chances of a reduction or dismissal.

Someone convicted of a Virginia reckless driving charge ends up with the following:

1. A permanent criminal record;
2. Fines and costs;
3. Increased insurance—approximately $3,000 over three years and if the Judge suspends your license the insurance consequences are greater;
4. 6 points on a Virginia Driving Record and transferable to his or her home state driver’s license if not a Virginia license holder;
5. Loss of one or two days of work; and,
6. Loss of job or potential job due to criminal record — possibly tens of thousands of dollars.

As you can see, traffic charges can significantly alter one’s life.  On June 11, 2015, Isaiah Battle, who played left tackle for Clemson was stopped for speeding. During that traffic stop, the officer located the contraband.  Now Battle has announced that he is going to give up his college eligibility and enter the NFL supplemental draft.  Battle indicated that this decision was based on family reasons.  Family reasons propelled by the marijuana possession charge from the traffic stop probably.

Clemson LT Isaiah Battle was reportedly pulled over on June 11 for marijuana possession.

From Tiger Illustrated:

Extenuating circumstances are required for players to enter the supplemental draft with eligibility remaining, and that probably explains why Clemson’s official release quoted him as saying having a child on the way influenced his decision. But don’t think that his departure from Clemson was his decision only.  He’d reached his last straw, and he used it.

According to Clemson Insider, who obtained a copy of the police report, Battle was pulled over after driving at a high rate of speed.

Battled was issued two citations for speeding and no proof of insurance. The officer then asked Battle about the marijuana smell coming from the vehicle and according to the incident report, “Battle stated there was no marijuana inside the vehicle and stated I could search it.”

During the search, the officer pulled out an orange and white tennis shoe, and upon grabbing the shoe’s toe he discovered there was something hard in it. He located a silver grinder inside the toe area. At that point, he again asked Battle if there was anything else inside the vehicle. Battle walked up and retrieved a black box from the console. Inside the box were three separate clear baggies with green plant material believed to be marijuana.

Battle made a terrible mistake granting permission to search his car.  The Officer probably said if you do not have any illegal drugs in your car, you will not mind if I search?  Law enforcement tries to confuse you into believing that denying a search is confessing to possessing contraband.  Actually, it is not a confession.  Handing the contraband to the Officer demonstrates dominion and control over the contraband, helping the prosecution immensely. You should always tell the Officer I do not consent to vehicle searches.

Battle had been in the lead for the starting left tackle job.  Battle started all but one game during the 2014 season.

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