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Asheboro Reckless Driving Defense Legal Defense for Reckless Driving Asheboro Traffic Violations

In Asheboro, North Carolina, a person can be convicted of "reckless driving" for driving on a public roadway:

Basically, in Asheboro and Randolph county North Carolina's reckless driving law requires motorists to drive in a reasonably safe manner at all times.

In deciding whether a person's driving in Asheboro qualifies as "reckless," a judge might look to factors like:

But the facts of each case are different. So, whether a particular course of driving meets the legal definition of "reckless" will always depend on the particular circumstances. That's why we recommend a quality Asheboro, NC reckless driving attorney. Click here to see a list of qualified reckless driving attorneys in Asheboro, NC.

Reckless Driving Penalties

Reckless driving is a class 2 misdemeanor in North Carolina. The maximum fine for a class 2 misdemeanor is $1,000. Convicted drivers also face up to 30 days in jail for a first offense. And if the driver has prior criminal convictions, as much as 60 days in jail is possible.

A reckless driving conviction leads to license suspension only in certain circumstances. These include offenses where the person:

All reckless driving violations will add four points to the motorists driving record, and most likely, increase the motorist's insurance rates.

Contact one of our featured attorneys today to assist you with your reckless driving matter.