Reckless driving is a gross misdemeanor that is punishable by up to a year in jail, a $5,000 fine, and other serious civil penalties, such as license suspension. You ought to get an attorney who is experienced in dealing with traffic offenses to help you with this case.
To answer your question, police reports are designed to make the person who is charged look like the worst person in the world. What you point out are factual disputes. Luckily, however, the government's burden of proof is a beyond a reasonable doubt standard, so you will be able to challenge factual disputes in front of a jury. However, a lawyer can help you explore legal defenses (not just factual ones).
Getting charged with a crime is an unsettling experience. There are, however, people who can help to keep you out of jail and keep you on the road.
This answer is given merely for informational purposes and does not create an attorney-client relationship. For specific advice, contact an attorney in your state to see if working together makes sense.
You should talk to a lawyer. Many times, these cases can be resolved significantly better than as charged. But it depends on the lawyer and the jurisdiction., and also the facts of the case. Call around - get a few free consults.
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