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Reckless driving is a serious criminal driving offense here in Washington State.

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Reckless driving is a serious crime that can have severe repercussions on one’s life. Reckless Driving is a gross misdemeanor in the State of Washington. This means the maximum penalty is a $5,000 fine and 364 days in jail. Additionally, it comes with a 30 day license suspension, which will require you to have high risk SR-22 insurance for three years after your suspension is over.

Under RCW 46.61.500, Reckless Driving is described as a person who drives any vehicle in a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property.

Reckless driving is essentially driving in a dangerous manner. The person or property that you endanger can potentially be yourself and your own vehicle. One very common way to be charged with Reckless driving is by racing. You do not even have to be driving at high speeds in order to be considered racing. Racing is simply when drivers are comparing or contesting speeds. The revving of engines and squealing of tires are often strong indicators of racing. for officers

If you are currently facing a reckless driving or racing charge, do not waste any time and contact our offices immediately to discuss your options.

Reckless driving is a serious crime that can have severe repercussions on one’s life. Reckless Driving is a gross misdemeanor in the State of Washington. This means the maximum penalty is a $5,000 fine and 364 days in jail. Additionally, it comes with a 30 day license suspension, which will require you to have high risk SR-22 insurance for three years after your suspension is over.

Under RCW 46.61.500, Reckless Driving is described as a person who drives any vehicle in a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property.

Reckless driving is essentially driving in a dangerous manner. The person or property that you endanger can potentially be yourself and your own vehicle. One very common way to be charged with Reckless driving is by racing. You do not even have to be driving at high speeds in order to be considered racing. Racing is simply when drivers are comparing or contesting speeds. The revving of engines and squealing of tires are often strong indicators of racing. for officers.

If you are currently facing a reckless driving or racing charge, do not waste any time and contact our offices immediately to discuss your options.