High Speed Violations
High Speed Violations and Racing
Being cited for driving at very high speeds is legally covered by statutes on reckless driving and is not just a speeding ticket. Reckless driving is covered under Florida statute 316.192 and is defined as anyone who drives a car, truck or other vehicle with a complete disregard for the safety of other individuals on the road. Driving at excessively high speeds or racing are both covered by this statute and have serious penalties if convicted. If you have been charged with a reckless driving violation for driving at high speeds you need to speak to an Orange County traffic ticket attorney at The Tix Team to learn how we can help you.
If you are arrested for reckless driving at very high speed you could face up to 90 days in jail, a fine of up to $500 and four points on your driver’s license. But if you are charged with illegal racing, you could face up to a year in jail, a $500 to $1000 fine and risk a revocation of your license for a year. Our firm specializes in traffic offenses and our lawyers have both served as state prosecutors. We understand the way a prosecutor will present their case against you and we know how to construct an effective defense against such charges.
Traffic Ticket Attorney in Orange County
It may be possible to get such a high speed violation charge reduced and even dismissed if you contact us as soon as possible. If you are young and drive a certain type of car over the speed limit, the arresting officer may change the charge from simple speeding to reckless driving or racing because there is considerable pressure to come down hard on instances of street racing. If this appears to be the case your lawyer will fight to get such prejudicial discrimination eliminated and deal with a simple speeding violation. Call our offices for a free consultation and find out how we can help you.
Contact an Orange County traffic ticket lawyer if you have been charged with racing, reckless driving or driving at high speeds. We may be able to help you fight the charges and to get them reduced or dismissed.