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Reckless Driving Conviction Could Put Your Life in Reverse

You more than likely did not set out to be a reckless driver. That said you are now facing a reckless driving conviction. So; where best to turn for help?

By reaching out to a defense lawyer, you have a better chance of beating the conviction or at least working out a good plea deal.

So, before your life starts going in reverse, seek legal help today.

Let our Law Firm Drive Your Case

In working with Paul Grant, you will have a better idea of what you are dealing with.

Take note that reckless driving in Utah is considered as operating a vehicle in a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property,” or committing three different moving violations while driving within a continuous three miles. The bottom line is you can be looking at some serious penalties.
Among the things you could end up facing if you get a maximum sentence will be six months behind bars, monetary fine, and losing your driver’s license.

With that in mind, you and your legal counsel need to put together a defense that gives you the best chance of coming out ahead. The right defense could mean you avoid a jury trial and settle the matter with prosecutors for something as simple as speeding.

Among the defenses you can put forth would be discrepancies with the version of the story police have reported:
• Police did not correctly judge the speed you were going at.
• Even if you did exceed a posted speed limit, you were still considered to be driving safely given conditions in play.
• You have no criminal record including no traffic violations. With a clean driving record, you could get off with something as simple as a speeding ticket, something that is not going to mean a criminal record solely on this offense.

When you are facing such a situation, reach out to a criminal defense law office that is driven to get the matter resolved.

When you hire Paul Grant he does the work not a paralegal, secretary or junior associate. That’s important because you don’t want to be handed off to someone you didn’t hire.