Pennsylvania considers reckless driving to be a serious traffic offense. If convicted, PennDOT will suspend your driver’s license for at least 6 moths. If it’s your third conviction of a major traffic violation, you will be classified as a “Habitual Offender” and PennDOT will revoke your driver’s license for 5 years. You would not be eligible for an Occupational Limited License or work license.
Reckless Driving Lawyer in Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Bucks County Pennsylvania
You should hire an experienced driver’s license suspension and criminal defense lawyer to fight for your rights. As a former Assistant District Attorney for the City of Philadelphia and PennDOT lawyer for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I have extensive experience litigating reckless driving cases.
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Below are relevant portions of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code explaining more about the serious offense of Reckless Driving:
§ 3736 Reckless driving
(a) General rule.–Any person who drives any vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving.
(b) Penalty.–Any person who violates this section commits a summary offense and shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of $200.