Reckless driving does not require your being under the influence of alcohol or drugs. It requires a driving pattern that shows a disregard for the safety of others. Certainly, speeding, multiple lane changes, and "cutting people off" may constitute reckless driving. As to resolution, as this is your first criminal offense, you may be offered some sort of plea that would either result in dismissal or a reduced charge.
The answers to questions 1 and 2 are yes and yes. As to the what can i do question, we, first, cannot go back in time so we should focus on what we can do now as opposed to what has already happened. Now you can hire a seasoned criminal defense attorney in your area. He or she will be able to appear for you at arraignment and advise you as to whether the evidence is sufficient and/or whether you qualify for a diversionary program (after successful completion charges are dropped). And, the lawyer could assist you with a sealing of your record presuming you are not adjudicated guilty.
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