NY Reckless Driving Tickets
Reckless driving in New York is a misdemeanor criminal offense. This means that a motorist charged with reckless driving must make an appearance in court, and cannot simply plead guilty and pay the fine. In addition, a New York reckless driving ticket carries 5 points (the same as a passing a stopped school bus ticket and cell phone ticket), one of the highest point tickets in New York. If you’ve received a ticket for reckless driving, contact NY Reckless Driving Attorney Michael Block.
Reckless Driving in New York
Reckless driving in New York is a misdemeanor offense, so drivers convicted of reckless driving can expect criminal fines, and while not likely, jail time is a remote possibility. A New York reckless driving attorney can help to make sure that you avoid these consequences and keep your driving and criminal record clean. A reckless driving lawyer can also usually appear in court without you to defend against these charges.
You can also receive a summons for Dangerous Driving. It’s similar to Reckless Driving, but isn’t considered a criminal offense.
New York Traffic Ticket Attorney Michael Block has more than 35 years experience fighting traffic tickets and achieving positive outcomes for his clients. When you receive a New York reckless driving ticket and would like to maintain your driving privileges, as well as keep your criminal record clean, please contact our office at 212-227-9008 for a free consultation.