As you have learned, Reckless Driving is a Class 1 Misdemeanor and a serious offense. You should definitely consult an attorney. Additionally, taking a driving course will not hurt the outcome. If you need assistance please call me at 7575540258.
You should consult with a local reckless driving attorney immediately. Each jurisdiction has its own way of handling common charges like reckless driving. Depending on that jurisdictions programs and customs you made need to take a specific driving improvement class at a specific time. To learn more about the different driving classes that are available and to learn more about Virginia traffic court go to http://virginiatrafficcourt.com.
Luke J Nichols
Nichols & Green
I agree with Mr. Nichols and I am a local attorney who can help.
Please call me for assistance.
STEPHEN P. PFEIFFER, ESQ.
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You need to get assistance. The effect of a reckless driving charge on your record even if the maximum penalty is not given can be significant. Contact a local attorney to assist you. Avoiding the negative effect on your insurance premiums will warrant the investment.
John G. Merna, Esq.
The Merna Law Group.
3615 Virginia Beach Blvd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
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