Reduced 94/70 Reckless Driving Ticket in Emporia, Virginia NO POINTS
Typically, if someone is ticketed for going over 90 mph, he/she is realistically facing a possible short jail sentence or license suspension depending on factors such as the jurisdiction it is in as well as the client’s driving record. A considerably good outcome at a speed of over 90 mph is a Reckless Driving conviction without additional consequences i.e. jail time or license suspension.

In Emporia Traffic Court on this particular charge, my client was able to avoid jail time, a license suspension and walked away with no points. On top of that, his Reckless Driving (misdemeanor) charge was lowered to a non moving violation called defective equipment. Defective equipment does not have any demerit points so outside of paying the fine/costs this is as good as a dismissal.

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