Reckless Driving Tickets Carry Some Of The Worst Punishments

Traffic offenses can run the gamut from simple tickets that can be paid out of court to those that carry a substantial risk of jail, high fines and loss of license.

Reckless driving is a common charge that is much more serious than most people think. A conviction for reckless driving in Virginia can carry up to 12 months in jail and a $2,500 fine. You could also lose your license. We know how important driving is to our clients, and we put great emphasis on helping them maintain their driving privileges. Common bases for reckless driving charges include:

  • Speeding more than 20 mph above the speed limit
  • Changing multiple lanes at the same time
  • Failing to change lanes to provide more room when law enforcement has someone pulled over on the side of the road

Counsel with familiarity in this area is important if you have been charged with reckless driving and/or:

  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Aggressive driving
  • Eluding police
  • Hit and run
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Speeding

Restoration Of Driving Privileges

If you have lost your license from a traffic offense, such as reckless driving or DUI, there may be a remedy that can help you get your license back sooner rather than later. Call our experienced lawyers at Bowen Ten Cardani to discuss your case at 804-767-6850.

Skilled Legal Solutions Against Reckless Driving Charges

At Bowen Ten Cardani, we offer skilled criminal defense representation that can help you protect your rights and your driving privileges against reckless driving charges. With over 75 years' combined experience, our attorneys can help you build a strong case aimed at securing the best possible resolution.

Defense Against Reckless Driving Charges For Out-Of-State Drivers

Are you an out-of-state driver who was cited in Virginia? We understand the hardship a court appearance might constitute. We may be able to persuade the court to waive your requirement to appear. Were you stopped on I-95 or I-64? If you were charged with reckless driving, you may believe it is a traffic citation. In actuality, reckless driving is a misdemeanor. A court appearance is required unless your counsel is able to get the court to waive your appearance.

Schedule A Consultation To Discuss Your Case

When you are facing reckless driving or DUI charges, it is important that you have representation you can trust. From law offices in Richmond and Ashland, we are here to advise you if you have been accused of reckless driving or issued a speeding ticket. Our lawyers welcome the opportunity to evaluate your case. Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys by calling 804-767-6850 or complete and send the intake form on the "Contact" page.