Reckless Driving 89/70 Reduced to Defective Equipment

This Mattox Law client was charged with reckless driving, a class 1 misdemeanor, for traveling 89 mph on a 70 mph zone. To make matters worse, she did not have a valid license at the time. Before the court date, Trey Mattox recommended she complete a 12 hour aggressive driving school and validate her license. Trey was able to appear on her behalf and secure a reduction to a non-moving violation, called defective equipment. This reduction did not carry any points onto her driving record

 Reckless driving, nonmoving violation, defective equipment, no license, driving without a license, driving record, points, driving school, Dinwiddie General District Court 

 

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