Reckless Driving


Reckless Driving is defined as "willful, wanton, reckless driving". Reckless Driving is a crime in Florida. unlike a speeding ticket, you can be arrested and taken to jail for Reckless Driving. If convicted of Reckless Driving, your license can be suspended, and you can be sentenced to jail or placed on probation, ordered to attend a traffic school, and given community service hours to perform. A conviction for Reckless Driving will result in points on your license which can result in higher insurance rates and your license being suspended or revoked.

A Reckless Driving charge can sometimes occur when we defend a client for DUI and we are successful in having the charge reduced. A Reckless Driving conviction will also occur when a client is charged with DUI and successfully completes the Back On Track BOT diversion program. For more on how we defend DUI cases and the Back On Track, BOT diversion program.

Experience counts when choosing a lawyer to defend you in court. Alex Sola worked as a prosecutor in the Dade County State Attorney’s Office prosecuting crimes like DUI and Reckless Driving.

We have the same experience in defending clients in all types of criminal traffic cases, including DUI, driving with a suspended driver's license, racing, and leaving the scene of an accident. Call or email us to set up a free consultation. When bad things happen to good people, we can help.

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