Best I81 Traffic Lawyer: If you have been charged with a traffic offense on Interstate 81 in Virginia contact Attorney Bob Keefer at 540.433.6906 or info@BobKeefer.com. You should schedule a FREE Case Review with Bob in which he can share his over 30 years of experience as a lawyer. When deciding which lawyer to retain, you should always consider CLIENT REVIEWS. You should also consider the information available to the particular lawyer. See Bob’s eBooks here:
- How to Choose a Virginia DUI Lawyer
- The Shocking Truth About Reckless Driving By Speed in Virginia
- DUI/DWI Arrest Survival Guide: The Guilt Myth
Best I81 Traffic Lawyer: In early June, 2017, Derek Fisher, a retired NBA Los Angeles Lakers‘ player and former New York Knicks’ head coach, was involved in a traffic crash in Los Angeles. Fisher was driving; his passenger was Gloria Govan, a star on the television reality show, Basketball Wives. According to the California Highway Patrol, Fisher drove his 2015 Cadillac off the highway onto the shoulder hitting a curb and the guardrail. The Caddy turned over onto its roof. Fisher was arrested because he smelled of an alcoholic beverage and because he admitted to drinking before driving. The fact that both Fisher and Govan were uninjured will not prevent Fisher from getting charged with driving under the influence. Although shaken by the crash, Fisher probably attempted the roadside gymnastics and bootleg eye exam police use to establish probable cause to arrest for DUI. Unfortunately Fisher did not have access to Bob’s FREE App on dealing with the police.
Best I81 Traffic Lawyer: Derek Fisher played professional basketball for eighteen seasons in the NBA, mostly with the Lakers. Fisher acquired five NBA Championships during his tenure with the Lakers. Fisher was chosen with the 24th pick in the 1996 NBA draft. He won his first three championships with Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal coached by Phil Jackson. He won his last two championships with Bryant and Jackson. Fisher has the NBA record for most playoff games played. Fisher’s 0.4 second buzzer beating shot to win Game Five of the 2004 Western Conference Semis against the San Antonio Spurs is ranked the eighteenth greatest playoff highlight ever.