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Falls Church Reckless Driving

Reckless Driving
Nestled between Fairfax County and Arlington County, the City of Falls Church is an independent city with its own independent judiciary. While Arlington County and Falls Church share a Commonwealth Attorney, they have different clerks and different court schedules that you ought to know.

If you’re looking for general information about the court, such as address, phone number, email address, or forms, click here or scroll down.

You may be granted a restricted driver’s license. Falls Church Combined Court does grant restricted driver’s licenses if you’re convicted of reckless driving but you must apply with extensive detail about your travel and auto usage. A judge may or may not grant the restricted driver’s license depending on your offense. An experienced NoVa traffic lawyer can help negotiate your driving privileges so that you can still get to work, school, church, or other important obligations.

Reckless driving is considered very serious across all of Virginia, but smaller jurisdictions like Falls Church may come down even heavier on you. Recently they have added cameras to the stop arms of school buses to prevent people illegally passing school buses – which could lead to a reckless driving charge and substantial fines, jail time, and demerit points on your driving record if convicted.

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    City Hall
    300 Park Avenue, Room 107E
    Falls Church, Virginia 22046
    Click for driving directions

    Falls Church Combined Court is located south of I-66 just off West Broad Street.

    Ms. Lekha Lyn Varghese is Falls Church Combined Court’s clerk, and she can be reached at (703) 248-5098. The Commonwealth Attorney for Arlington County and the City of Falls Church is Theophani (Theo) Stamos.

    Reckless driving cases are heard on Wednesdays mornings beginning at 9:30 a.m.

    If your court date is coming up soon and you need more time to hire an attorney, you should call the court to file a continuance request. Reckless driving may be continued only on a judge’s approval, but it’s not guaranteed.

    Please note that reckless driving is not a pre-payable offense.