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How To Handle A Scottsdale Reckless Driving Cases

Our lawyers handle many different types of criminal defense cases, from lesser offenses such as Criminal Speeding, all the way to very serious felony cases. Believe it or not, one of the hardest cases to defend is Reckless Driving. Arizona law essentially states that Reckless Driving is when a person drives a vehicle with a reckless disregard for the safety of others. You may be asking yourself, what is a reckless disregard for the safety of others. That is the million-dollar question. Reckless disregard for the safety of others is completely subjective. This means, what Officer X believes to be reckless may not be considered reckless by Officer Y.

For instance, most of our Reckless Driving cases stem from a client who is speeding while cutting in and out of lanes. That said, a few of our clients were cited for Reckless Driving just because they were driving fast. They were cited for Reckless Driving only because the police officer who issued the citation believed that the mere fact of driving fast should be considered Reckless Driving.

What Our Lawyers Can Do To Fight Your Case

If you think you can go to Scottsdale Court to tell the judge you made a mistake, ask for forgiveness and get the case dismissed or reduced to Civil Speeding, you could not be more wrong. Potential clients call our office every day and ask what the percentages or probabilities are of getting their cases dismissed or reduced. In most situations, it is impossible to provide a level of certainty; however, I can tell you with a one hundred percent level of certainty, getting your Reckless Driving case dismissed or reduced without an attorney is nearly impossible.

Because these cases are complicated, there needs to be a well-thought-out game plan. As soon as our attorneys are retained, we will submit a request for your police report, the officer’s body camera and let the court know we want to interview the arresting or citing officer. Oftentimes, potential clients think they have the police report when in fact they only have the citation. Scottsdale does not disclose police reports until a formal request is made. The citation does not provide any specifics about the case – it is not helpful in evaluating or fighting a case. Our lawyers need the actual report.

Once we get the report, our lawyers will start rolling up their sleeves by investigating every angle of the case. We will make sure all options are explored and do everything we can to identify issues that can be used to beat your case.

Scottsdale Lawyers is rated one of the top law firms in Arizona for a reason – our attorneys are great at what they do. Reckless Driving cases in Scottsdale need to be handled by an experienced law firm, not a law firm that dabbles in the Scottsdale Court. Our attorneys are at Scottsdale Court on a daily basis, we know the inner workings of Scottsdale cases, and can put our years of experience to work in fighting your case. Contact Scottsdale Lawyers anytime for a free consultation – 480-674-0396