Last week we had two high speed cases involving alleged speeds of 95 mph and 101 mph where our clients avoided criminal records for reckless driving.  Note: the best way to avoid a reckless driving by speed conviction is to obey the speed limit!

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  • April 5, 2016, Williamsburg General District Court, Charge: Reckless Driving at 95/65. The alleged speed was 95 mph.  DispositionDismissed.  There was a problem with the officer’s radar calibration certificates.    

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  • April 6, 2016, Norfolk General District Court, Charge: Reckless Driving at 101/65.  Disposition: Reduced to a speeding conviction, non-criminal.  Learn more about Norfolk Reckless Driving Defense.

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