Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: If you have a reckless driving charge in Harrisonburg, Virginia contact Bob’s office immediately. Call 540.433.6906, the 24 hour/ seven day a week number or email Bob’s office at info@BobKeefer.com to schedule your FREE CALL. Bob will walk you through your options and your possible outcomes. There is no charge for the call and whatever you say is confidential.
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Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: P.J. Williams, formerly of the Florida State University Football team, recently beat a DWI charge. Williams was arrested in Tallahassee driving around a group of his intoxicated friends. Williams was getting ready to lose millions in bonus money from the NFL draft due to his DWI charge. Williams had apparently been out partying with his friends, celebrating his coming good fortune. Williams is a very talented cornerback and was scheduled and is now probably still scheduled to go high in the draft. The head prosecutor in his case announced in the last days of April, 2015 that the charges were dropped. The reason given for dropping these charges was the failure of the arresting officer to video the field tests.
Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer: Hopefully Williams understands how fortunate he is. Nationwide only about 8% or people charged with DWI are not convicted of DWI. In other words, 92% of all people charged with DWI nationwide are convicted of DWI. That is not exactly a charge constantly being derailed by loopholes. Loophole in the context of DWI prosecutions is the requirement that law enforcement obey the Constitution in pursuing DWI convictions. The belief of MADD and similar groups is that everyone charged with DWI, no matter what the evidence, is guilty of DWI. MADD will only be happy with 100% convictions.