No one can answer whether or not your charges can be dismissed. You have provided no information, and I recommend that you do not provide any further information online. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney if you seek to have the charges completely dismissed, defend the charges, or possibly even just go to court and deal with the charges. You will have to go to court if the citation says you have to go to court, which I would guess it does if it's reckless driving. So contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to deal with your charges.
There are too many variables for anyone to give a comprehensive answer to your question. Consult with an attorney and find out your alternatives.
I can only assume that you are asking whether an attorney can get it dismissed without you having to come to court. The only answer you can possibly get is "maybe." You are going to have to contact a criminal defense attorney to look at your case and speak with the county attorney.
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