Reckless Driving and Restricted License

Restricted License in Reckless Driving Cases

If the penalty for your Fairfax County reckless driving charge includes a license suspension, you may be eligible for a restricted license during that period of time.  A restricted license will allow you to drive to work, school, doctor’s appointments, religious services, appointments and visitation for children, and several other important tasks.  It is critical that you only drive exactly within the allowable terms of your restricted license.  Your attorney should explain each section to you fully as well as what additional documentation you must carry with you when driving.

How can I get a Restricted License?

An attorney can advocate for your restricted license to allow you to keep your job and maintain your obligations during your suspension period.  The application is very detailed and can be completed before court with your lawyer so that you are fully prepared to preserve your right to drive no matter what the result is in your reckless driving case.

The attorneys at Henson Pachuta, PLLC have extensive experience with reckless driving charges and can help you determine what defenses you have and what strategy to employ in your case.  We offer free consultations by phone at 703-822-4701 or at our office at 4011 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 200, Fairfax, Virginia 22030.  You can also contact us through our website and we will get back to you as soon as possible.