If you or somebody you care about has been charged with reckless driving in Virginia, you need to turn to a skilled and experienced attorney to help with your case. Reckless driving charges are serious, classified as misdemeanors, and can result in significant penalties. At Randall Page, P.C., our Virginia reckless driving defense attorneys will conduct a full investigation into your case and work to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed altogether.
Unlike speeding tickets, Reckless Driving is treated as a criminal offense that can result in drivers’ license suspensions, large fines, and jail time. If you have a commercial driver’s license a conviction for reckless driving will almost certainly lead to a suspension or revocation of your CDL. In some jurisdictions, you are required to appear in court before the judge will hear the case. Some states will suspend your license if you are convicted of Reckless Driving in Virginia.
If you or somebody you love has been charged with reckless driving, turn to the traffic citation attorneys at Randall Page, P.C. today. There are various defense strategies that could be employed for your case. While no two reckless driving cases are alike, our attorneys could attempt to build the following defenses, depending on the circumstances of your case:
Because every reckless driving situation is different, these are just possible general defenses that an attorney may be able to use on your behalf. At Randall Page, P.C., our Virginia reckless driving attorneys will conduct a complete investigation into the charges levied against you as they build the best defense strategy possible for your situation.
Our attorneys have handled countless reckless driving cases both speed and non-speed related. If you are charged with reckless driving in Greensville, Suffolk, Southampton, Brunswick, Mecklenburg, Newport News, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, or any jurisdiction in Virginia contact our attorneys today to assist you. We will diligently work to get your case either dismissed, reduced to a regular speeding ticket or Improper Driving, a charge only a Judge can reduce to once we prove that your particular case consisted of slight negligence. The Court, in its discretion, may find you not guilty of Reckless Driving but guilty of Improper Driving, which is a significantly lesser charge than Reckless Driving.
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