If you are ticketed with reckless driving in Michigan, the consequences can be serious. Reckless driving is considered a criminal offense in Michigan, and can result in the following penalties:
Fines: You could be fined up to $500 for reckless driving.
Points on your driver's license: Reckless driving can add six points to your driver's license, which can result in a license suspension if you accumulate too many points.
Imprisonment: You could face up to 93 days in jail for reckless driving.
Community service: You may be required to perform community service as part of your sentence.
Insurance increase: Your insurance rates may go up as a result of a reckless driving conviction.
Criminal record: A reckless driving conviction can result in a permanent criminal record, which can make it difficult to find employment, housing, and other opportunities in the future.
It's important to seek the advice of a qualified traffic defense attorney if you have been ticketed with reckless driving in Michigan. An experienced attorney can help you understand the charges against you, the potential consequences of a conviction, and can provide you with a strong defense.
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