Traffic Violations

New York Reckless Driving Lawyer

Depending on the factors surrounding your traffic stop, the officer might cite you for reckless driving. Reckless driving is one of the more serious types of moving violations and is charged as a misdemeanor. Aggravated reckless driving would be a class E felony. You need a skilled New York reckless driving defense attorney who can defend you in court.

Do not waste any time in fighting reckless driving charges. Call The Law Offices of Zev Goldstein, PLLC, today at 845-746-2569 to schedule a free initial consultation.

A conviction of reckless driving can result in serious fines, jail time, increased insurance premiums, the loss of your driving privileges and 5 points on your driving record. In addition, if you are found guilty of reckless driving the conviction will be recorded on your criminal record. With 28 years of experience, our New York traffic ticket lawyer will diligently fight to limit your exposure to these consequences. Additionally, we have extensive experience defending clients in criminal court. Clients trust our tenacity and our detailed understanding of criminal law.

New York City Traffic Ticket Attorney

It is not uncommon for drivers to receive reckless driving charges in New York City, while they would have received a regular traffic ticket anywhere else in New York state. Traffic codes can be complex, and speed limits change frequently. Depending on your driving history, it might be possible for your lawyer to plead the reckless driving down to a lesser charge. We will explore every legal option to shield you from the full force of the criminal justice system.

Ticket for NYC Careless Driving? Contact Our Monsey, New York, Law Firm.

If you have further questions regarding careless or reckless driving, do not hesitate to contact a skilled New York traffic ticket attorney. Our office can be reached by calling us locally at 845-746-2569, toll free at 800-464-8269 or by completing our online contact form. We offer free initial consultations and accept credit cards as payment for services.