Great Results for Hopewell Va Reckless Driving Charge
The Weiland Firm, PLC achieved a fantastic result in a Reckless Driving by Speed charge in Hopewell, Virginia this week. The client was charged by a Hopewell County deputy with Reckless Driving, 85 MPH in a 70 MPH zone on Interstate 295. As a result, our client was facing the very real prospect of being convicted of a class 1 misdemeanor criminal charge, having his driving privileges suspended, and seeing their auto insurance premiums increase significantly.
Our client’s charge of Reckless Driving was reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation called Defective Equipment. This result was achieved even though the client had just been convicted of a speeding charge earlier this year. The client was very happy with the result since they not only avoided a Reckless Driving conviction but it was reduced to a non-point violation.
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