What is Reckless Driving Speeding in Fairfax, Virginia?

Many people are shocked to learn that Virginia has criminalized simple speeding.  What does that mean? In Virginia, if you are traveling at a speed 20 MPH over the limit or above 80, you can be charged with a criminal offense.  Not just any criminal offense, but a Class 1 misdemeanor.  In Virginia, that is the most serious of the 4 levels of misdemeanor offenses.  The next offense level up would be a felony. 

Reckless driving is punishable by up to 1 year in jail, a $2,500 fine, and a 6 month license suspension.  Some people treat this as a glorified speeding ticket and that is a HUGE mistake. 
If you are convicted, you will have a permanent criminal record with the FBI for the rest of your life.  This is different from a DMV record.  A reckless driving will drop off of you DMV record in Virginia after 11 years BUT it will never come off of your NCIC criminal record.  You will be a convicted criminal.  
Learn more about what it means to be charged with Reckless Driving in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Call to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with Fairfax Reckless Driving attorney Kyle G. Manikas.  Mr. Manikas will analyze your Fairfax case from the perspective of a former Fairfax County prosecutor who has an inside understanding of the Fairfax system you will face.