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Reckless Driving in the DUI context is sometimes referred to as a “Dry Reckless”.  This charge is prosecuted under California Vehicle Code Section 23103 and requires that the prosecution prove you drove will willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property.  Getting your DUI charge reduced to a Dry Reckless comes with several benefits: you don’t have to have an ignition interlock device installed in your car, you probationary period is shorter, and your fines are significantly decreased.

People often ask, why pay for a lawyer?  Hiring a lawyer with the not only the experience but the insider knowledge like Pat Carey can lead to a possible reduction of your charge, potentially saving you thousands of dollars that you would otherwise have to pay in court fines.