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Thread: What is Reckless Driving?
11-19-2015, 07:55 AM #1
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What is Reckless Driving?
Reckless driving is a moving v that is voilation often treated as a misdemeanor. People who are convicted of this crime can face a fine, deportation, revocation of parole, and the suspension or cancellation of driver's license. In some areas, the penalties vary, depending on the specifics of the offense, and the law may have several categories established.
In order to be considered reckless driving, activity on the road must include a demonstrated disregard for the safety of property, animals, and people. Someone who is driving recklessly may have a willful disregard of safety, or may simply have a wanton attitude about the rules of the road. In either case, in order for people to be successfully convicted, demonstration of the disregard must be provided in the form of testimony from witnesses about the person's driving. Police officers, for example, can testify about seeing someone engage in a series of reckless acts.
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11-25-2015, 08:32 AM #2
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Good info, thanks for sharing it with us.