Reckless Driving 110/70 Reduced to Improper Driving


This individual was charged with reckless driving for traveling 110 mph in a 70 mph zone. If he was found guilty as charged, 6 points would have been added to his driving record.  There is also a very strong likelihood that a conviction would have resulted in a lengthy license suspension. Furthermore, he was also facing significant jail time. Trey advised our client to write a letter of apology, have his speedometer calibrated, complete community service hours,  and aggressive driving school. These items of mitigation evidence helped Trey to achieve a reduction to improper control/driving.  This reduction prevented him from receiving a class 1 misdemeanor and reduced the points by half to 3. 

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