We help Washington State drivers with legal representation on misdemeanor charges of Reckless Driving. Reckless driving is not a traffic infraction; it is a criminal charge and can carry penalties of up to 365 days in jail and a fine of $5000. Reckless Driving is a more serious charge than Negligent Driving. The police officer that has charged you determined that you committed the crime of Reckless Driving purposefully. This accusation can carry with it very serious consequences.
It is important to protect your criminal record; a conviction of Reckless Driving can cost you thousands in increased insurance costs and a mandatory loss of driving privilege for 30 days. Also, it is essential to maintain a clean criminal record for employment purposes. This charge is NOT a “traffic ticket.” This conviction will go on your criminal record. Reckless Driving attorney John T. can work with you and often negotiate a favorable outcome. Don't make the mistake of assuming that because this is a traffic-related charge that it will not go on your criminal record.
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A violation of Reckless Driving can drive up your insurance costs and cost you thousands of dollars over the next 3 years. Additionally, it is a criminal infraction that can affect your future employment prospects.