Loudoun County Reckless Driving
Reckless Driving is by far one of the most common crimes charged in Loudoun County and other areas in Virginia. Traveling in excess of 80 mph on any road in Virginia can result in a charge of reckless driving. This is true even if driving on an Interstate in Virginia. The pressures of family, work and the challenging commute Northern Virginians face often result in drivers losing track of their speed, or using bad judgment and speeding simply trying to get to their destination faster. The result is often a citation for reckless driving. Reckless Driving is a Class I Misdemeanor in Virginia and can carry a fine of up to $2,500 or even incarceration for up to one year.
A Loudoun County Reckless Driving charge is serious and the attorneys at Beckman Schmalzle Georgelas & Ross PLC should be contacted immediately to discuss your case. There are numerous defenses our attorneys can mount in defense of a charge of Reckless Driving. Mr. Beckman and Mr. Schmalzle have successfully used these defenses to try cases and obtain an acquittals for our clients as well as to negotiate favorable agreements with the Commonwealth. While every case is different and a result cannot be guaranteed, Beckman Schmalzle Georgelas & Ross PLC will provide an aggressive defense to a charge of Reckless Driving in Loudoun County, Fairfax County, Prince William County, Clarke County, Frederick County, and Warren County.