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Reckless Driving

You can be charged with Reckless Driving if an officer of the law determines you are driving with willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property.  If you are convicted of Reckless Driving in South Carolina, your license could be suspended for three months, and you could be fined up to two hundred dollars or face up to thirty days in jail. You may benefit from the services of a Reckless Driving Lawyer in South Carolina.

A Reckless Driving charge is serious.  Don’t risk being convicted of Reckless Driving because you don’t have proper representation.  Contact the lawyers at Bernstein and Bernstein for help.