We handle all types of misdemeanor reckless driving charges. Reckless driving is commonly charged due to a high speed, but there are several other ways that a driver can find themselves facing this charge. A few additional ways that a driver can be charged include after an accident, for passing an emergency vehicle with its lights on, for drag racing, for passing a stopped school bus that is picking up or dropping off kids, or for driving with faulty brakes.
If you are charged with reckless driving, you are facing up to 12 months in jail, a fine of up to $2,500, and a permanent criminal record. These are consequences that can have a severe affect on someone’s life, which is why is it important to make sure that your rights and reputation are protected. The best way to do so is to hire an experienced Virginia Reckless Driving attorney to help you.
Call us today at (757) 533-5400 to schedule a consultation!