Reckless Driving is a violation of N.Y. Vehicle and Traffic Law § 1212. Reckless driving occurs when a person drives a motor vehicle or a motorcycle, a moped, or ATV in a [...]
Yes. A Reckless Driving conviction will place 5 points on your license.
Yes. Reckless Driving (N.Y. Vehicle and Traffic Law § 1212) is a crime. It is considered an unclassified misdemeanor.
The penalties for Reckless Driving are: 5 points on your license. Up to 30 days in jail. A minimum fine of $100 and a maximum fine of $300. A surcharge of $88 [...]
Yes. As Reckless Driving is a crime, your personal appearance will be required. However, you should contact a criminal law attorney as there may be an opportunity for an attorney to appear [...]
Yes. Since Reckless Driving is a misdemeanor charge, a criminal lawyer will be required.
Speeding is a violation of N.Y. Vehicle and Traffic Law § 1180. A speeding ticket can be issued in several ways: Driving too fast for road conditions (Speed Not Reasonable and Prudent). [...]
Yes. A conviction for speeding will result in points on your license. The points are as follows: MILES PER HOUR OVER SPEED LIMIT NUMBER OF POINTS 1 to 10 3 11 to [...]
For a first-time (non-school zone/non restricted zone) offense, the following are potential penalties. MILES PER HOUR OVER SPEED LIMIT MINIMUM FINE MAXIMUM FINE DAYS OF JAIL SURCHARGE (other courts/town and village) 1 [...]
No. Since speeding is not a crime, an attorney is not required to handle your case. You can appear in court and attempt to resolve your speeding ticket with the officer who [...]