How To Fight A Reckless Driving Charge
In Virginia, reckless driving can often have unexpected consequences. There are over fifteen statutes in the Virginia Code that cover reckless driving. Violating any of those statutes is a Class 1 Misdemeanor.
Reckless driving comes in many forms, such as driving at a speed or in a manner so as to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person may manifest it. If you have faulty equipment, don’t use your turn signal, or have passengers/objects in the vehicle that obstruct your view, this can be considered reckless driving.
If you get a ticket for speeding, your ticket may be stacked with a reckless charge as well, which can be financially crippling in the long run.
Factors In Fighting Your Reckless Driving Charge
Not all reckless cases can be fought the same way due to the complex nature of the offense. Depending on the circumstances, this can entail fines up of to $2,500 or even jail time.
Fortunately, Bill Johnson has over 30 years experience fighting to protect driving records in Virginia. All factors of your case will be carefully analyzed for a unique course of action, including:
- Your driving record
- Attitude towards police officer when pulled over or during an arrest
- Attitude and appearance in court
- Property damage
What Should You Do?
The best thing you can do for yourself is to conduct and present yourself in a professional manner at your hearing. If you adhere to what your attorney says and follow legal counsel, you’ll have the best chance to come out on top.
Contact Bill for the BEST Representation
Without an attorney with as much experience and success in the courtroom as Bill, reckless driving will have a long lasting negative impact on your driving record and your expenses. Please contact our office today to schedule a free consultation with Bill Johnson.
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