TRAFFIC VIOLATION ATTORNEY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
Over 10 Years of Experience
Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Cannon, Bedford, Wilson, Dickson, Maury, Sumner and Robertson County (Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro)
Most of us will be on the receiving end of a traffic ticket at some point in our lives and while most are not serious, some traffic offenses are serious enough that they rise to the level of a criminal offense. In such circumstances, it is important that you have a qualified Middle Tennessee traffic violation attorney on your side who will help you navigate the system and fight to protect you.
Reckless driving in Tennessee is a Class B Misdemeanor and can result in up to six (6) months in jail and a fifty ($50) dollar fine as well as put six (6) points on your driver’s license increasing the likelihood that it will be revoked or suspended.
The Tennessee Code defines reckless driving as “[a]ny person who drives any vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property…” TCA 55-10-205(a). The language of the statute is broad enough to cover a wide range of conduct including anything from driving at high rates of speed to tailgating or even possibly weaving in and out of traffic.
Traffic violation attorney John P. Webb can help you challenge your traffic ticket and fight an unfair reckless driving charge.
A speeding ticket is one of the most common reasons that you may come into contact with a law enforcement officer. If you receive a speeding ticket you may be subject to a fine as well as have points assessed to your driver’s license depending on how much over the speed limit you are accused of driving. If you receive twelve (12) or more points on your driver’s license in one (1) year it will be revoked or suspended. It is even possible that you could be charged with the criminal offense of reckless driving if you are accused of driving at a high enough rate of speed.
Often times people will simply pay their speeding ticket without going to court, not realizing that simply paying the ticket is considered a guilty plea. You may, however, be able to avoid these consequences if you hire an experienced Middle Tennessee Traffic Violation Attorney.
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At John P. Webb, Attorney at Law, we are here to help you with your journey through the criminal justice system. While it can be scary and confusing to face criminal charges, we walk with you through every step of the process to ensure that you fully understand your options and help you make the best decisions possible.
We are experienced in handling a wide range of criminal matters from minor misdemeanor offenses to the most serious of felony charges in courts throughout Middle Tennessee. John strives to ensure that each client is treated with respect and personal attention.
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