Reckless Driving Ticket in Florida?

Unlike a traffic ticket for a minor infraction, reckless driving is a criminal offense with severe penalties. If you are charged with reckless driving, you don't have the option of just paying a fine, you could face license suspension, expensive fines, and even jail time.

Because of the seriousness of this charge, it is important you call our experienced criminal traffic attorney immediately at (305) 775-3720 to discuss your options.

Penalties for Reckless Driving

The penalties for reckless driving in Florida are severe, and depending on the degree, may include up to five years in prison, five years probation, a $5,000 fine, 6 points on your driving record, and the suspension or revocation of your license.

Reckless Driving Ticket Defense

Under Florida law, any person who drives a vehicle "in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property" can be charged with reckless driving. However, a reckless driving charge relies heavily on the officer’s observations of your driving behavior, which may be inaccurate, exaggerated, or unreliable.

At TicketFit, our criminal traffic lawyer will examine your case and fight to dismiss your charge or reduce your penalties. Are you ready to fight back? Call TicketFit now at (305) 775-3720 for immediate assistance.