Disclaimer: Every case is unique and past results do not guarantee or predict future results.


Recently I went to court for a client charged with driving 93 mph. The judge was definitely not easy. I have seen this judge give up to 10 days in jail before for driving at lower speeds. Because reckless driving by speed is a criminal misdemeanor, it will leave you with a criminal record if you are convicted. In addition, at higher speeds (over 90 mph) the judge often considers jail time and a license suspension.

My client hired me with the goal to get the best outcome possible. On high speed cases it is often difficult to see where the case will end up. We were able to present the case in such a way that the charge got completely dismissed with NO FINE. My client will not have a criminal misdemeanor record, he won’t have any points on his license, and he did not have to pay a fine.

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