Driver Charged with Reckless Driving after Speeding and SwervingCase Dismissed!
Officers stopped a defendant for speeding and weaving. The police issued a Notice to Appear on charges of reckless driving against the suspect. The defendant now faces up to 90 days in jail for this misdemeanor crime. RESULT: The defense believed in the client’s innocence and requested a trial on his behalf. The attorney argued that speeding and weaving is not enough evidence to charge the defendant with reckless driving inasmuch as that would warrant endangering others. The defense won the case with a DISMISSAL of all the charges against the client.