Reckless Speeding in Emporia, Virginia is Serious

The potential punishment for reckless driving is:

  • 0-12 months in jail (yes, a judge can put you in jail for 12 months for reckless driving by speed although jail time is normally seen at higher speeds)
  • 0-6 months license suspension (watch out for this, some states automatically suspend your license for ANY conviction of reckless driving)
  • $0-2500 fine

Usually the worst results (jail time and license suspension) are reserved for cases where you are driving at a very high speed. Most Virginia judges will not consider the possibility of jail until you get to either 90 mph OR 30 mph over the speed limit but that is not an absolute rule.

Yesterday All FOUR of Our Emporia Reckless Driving Charges Were Reduced with No Points

Disclaimer: every case is unique and past results do not predict the future

That said, we represented clients in Emporia, VA traffic court charged with reckless driving by speed and speeding. All four clients had their charges reduced to non moving violations that have no points.

Here is a picture of the highest speed, 80 mph in a 55 zone and the lowest 76 mph in a 60:

 

 

As you can see the fine amount is different for a simple speeding ticket, but the fine for 80 mph in a 55 was fairly low as well. Call today for a free consultation (804) 873-4004.

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Midlothian, VA 23114

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Emporia, Virginia 23847

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