I inadvertantly ran into the back of a car who then bumped the car in front of them. The first car had slowed to almost a stop at a green light due to blinding sunlight which created a chain reaction of fast breaking. I unfortunately was not able to stop in time and hit the back of the car in front of me. There were no injuries and no damages to any other vehicles except my own. As a result I was charged with reckless driving. Is there any way to have this charge reduced. I have a clean driving record and would not want this to negatively affect background checks for employment, etc.
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