Michigan Reckless Driving Attorney
Were you accused of reckless driving?
In Michigan, reckless driving is a serious offense that may be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending upon the circumstances of the specific case. Generally defined, reckless driving is operating a motor vehicle in a public place with a willful or harmful disregard for the safety of others. Have you been accused of or arrested for reckless driving in Michigan? If so, a Michigan criminal defense attorney at Freedman Law Group may be able to help you.
Our Michigan traffic ticket lawyer has been representing clients in Michigan since 1994 and has 59 combined years of legal experience. Freedman Law Group offers a free consultation to allow you to discuss your case with a skilled Michigan reckless driving attorney.
Reckless Driving Penalties in Michigan
A person convicted of reckless driving may face criminal penalties of up to 93 days in jail, and/or a fine of up to $500. Additionally, the defendant may face driver's license revocation for 90 days to 2 years, or license suspension for a minimum of 1 year. The specific sentencing a defendant may face after a conviction will vary depending upon the circumstances of their particular offense, as well as the jurisdiction.
Would you like to learn more about your rights in the face of your reckless driving charges? Are you interested in finding out how a lawyer can help you fight these allegations and avoid a conviction? Contact our firm today for your free initial case evaluation. We will be honest and straightforward in dealing with you and will take the time to fully understand your situation. Contact a Michigan traffic ticket lawyer at Freedman Law Group today.