If you are charged with reckless driving your citation will say so. It will be just below the sentence that charges you with speeding. You could lose your license for up to one year and face much higher insurance premiums for 3 years. I would suggest you hire a lawyer.
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Wow. You may be charged with a jailable offense and you are just checking the matter out the day before court?
Recommend you stop whatever you are doing and hope you can find a criminal defense or traffic law defense attorney IMMEDIATELY....TODAY...NOW.
The statute that you quoted from the ticket is where you can begin to see if you ware written up for reckless driving. Typically the statute for reckless driving is 20-140 Either way, get an attorney to handle it for you. You will get a better result than handling it on your own.
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