Reckless Driving Defense Lawyer in Savannah
Defending Georgia Drivers
Georgia laws aim to make local roads as safe as possible by enforcing a variety of rules condemning those who operate in a manner deemed unsafe. Reckless driving charges are one of the tools law enforcement officers use to punish dangerous driving and prevent any further misconduct. If you were charged with reckless driving, an experienced lawyer from The Lerch Law Firm can help you fight to avoid a conviction and relevant penalties.
If you or a loved one have been charged with reckless driving in Savannah, call The Lerch Law Firm for the help you need to fight your case: (912) 417-5008.
What Does Georgia Law Consider to Be Reckless Driving?
Georgia law enforcement penalize drivers who act reckless on the road, which they consider to be any driving practices that exhibit a disregard for the safety of others, themselves, and their own passengers.
What Are the Penalties for Reckless Driving in Georgia?
Georgia reckless driving convictions are a misdemeanor offense carrying a fine of up to $1,000 and/or up to 12 months in jail.
A single conviction adds four points to the offender’s driver’s license. These points could result in a license suspension for drivers who accrued 15 or more points in a consecutive two-year period. If a driver is under 21, however, a single reckless driving charge could suspend their license for six months, as could any other offense worth four or more points.
Fight the Charge with Professional Legal Representation
The consequences of a reckless driving conviction on your life and reputation are too great to be dealt with alone. The Lerch Law Firm has successfully handled reckless driving charges and will apply the same prowess and effective defense to your case and fight to disprove any allegations of willful neglect for the safety of others. Our lawyers will act as the advocate you need to work towards protecting your license and your future.
Contact The Lerch Law Firmto get started with a free consultation.
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