When Charged With Reckless Driving, You Need A Proven Lawyer
Reckless driving involves the willful or wanton disregard for the safety of other people or property. Fleeing a law enforcement officer in a motor vehicle constitutes reckless driving. That means, if you try to evade, avoid, escape or otherwise “lose” a law enforcement officer while driving a motor vehicle, you’ll be charged with reckless driving in addition to the other serious criminal penalties you will certainly face.
If charged with reckless driving, you face serious consequences, including imprisonment and the mandatory revocation of your driver’s license if serious personal injury or death resulted from your actions. Florida Ticket Firm in Tampa and its criminal defense lawyers know the high stakes involved when facing reckless driving charges and how best to address and counter criminal reckless driving charges.
Fighting Charges And Getting Them Dismissed
Reckless driving can take many forms, but what they all have in common is that the person driving is driving as if they could care less about anyone or anything. Someone who is driving recklessly might be haphazardly swerving in and out of thick traffic with no real space to change lanes, but they are going to move over regardless.
Not only could you be charged with improper lane change or course, you could also be charged with reckless driving. Driving erratically could get you pulled over for reckless driving. Sometimes charges for driving under the influence (DUI) are reduced to reckless driving charges.
We are prepared to defend you and do our best to get the charges reduced or dismissed. And remember, you should not attempt to defend yourself when charged with reckless driving. We can guide you.
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