Traffic Ticket Lawyer, Mr. Ticket, Warns California Drivers about the Consequences of Reckless Driving

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Los Angeles, CA, Nov. 1, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Traffic ticket lawyer, Mr. Ticket, warns California drivers of the consequences associated with reckless driving. According to California Vehicle Code 23103, reckless driving is defined as driving with a wanton or willful disregard of the safety of others or of property and can include swerving, speeding or tailgating. The penalties for reckless driving include imprisonment of at least five days but no more than 90 days and fines of between $145 and $1,000. Drivers may also receive up to two points against their driver's licenses. In some cases, they may even have their vehicles impounded. Mr. Ticket, traffic ticket attorney, can help.

A reckless driving conviction can result in significant expense, disruption of your daily activities and increased insurance rates, explains Mr. Ticket, ticket attorney. Drivers who already have points against their licenses may be facing a license suspension. If the incident results in injury to another person, the driver may be facing imprisonment of at least a month and up to six months. The fine skyrockets to between $1,000 and $10,000. A driver who is ticketed for a second or third offense may be facing even stiffer penalties.

Driving is a serious responsibility, and driving safely on the roadways ensures not just the driver's safety but also the safety of all other roadway users. Drivers who are accused of driving recklessly may be ticketed both on public roadways and in private areas.

Fighting traffic tickets may not seem worth the effort when a simple speeding ticket is involved. However, when stiffer penalties such as those associated with reckless driving are involved, drivers can benefit from the legal advice of a seasoned traffic ticket attorney such as Mr. Ticket since jail time may be involved. Seeking legal advice may make the difference between a small fine and jail time. To learn more, visit

About Mr. Ticket

Mr. Ticket, suspended license attorney, has the knowledge and the experience to provide his clients with the skilled representation to protect their rights in and out of court. He spent more than two decades in the automotive industry before practicing law and has a unique perspective on traffic law. He can help both private and commercial drivers and is committed to fighting for their rights.


CONTACT: Press Release by Kevin Neman (818) 205-9300

Source:Law Offices of Amir SoleimanianandAssociates