What is the maximum punishment for driving reckless endangerment for a minor.?
It included speeding, running a stop sign, and then driving up the wrong side of a one way road then pulling over not while intoxicated. As a minor and 1st offense. It included speeding, running a stop sign, and consequently driving up the wrong side of a one way road then pulling over not while intoxicated. As a minor and 1st offense. The speeding was over 15 mph and it be in California. This may also add to the sentence, but it was by unsystematic through a stop sign in which a drunk motorcyclist ran the stop sign and killed a young at heart girl.
It depends on what state you live within.
Laws by the states rise and fall. Some states have a probationary license for those under the age of 18. But the punishment can be severe. This including the suspension of your license for 6 months or longer, driving classes, several points on your license, forced to carry high-ranking risk insurance, on top of the fines. Reckless driving usually is speed in excess of 15 mph over the posted limit. In my state, your fines will exceed $500.
Without knowing the state, I can't give specifics, but given the severity of the charges mentioned, you are looking at, worst case (also assuming no plea): Automatic suspension of driving privileges until age of majority in your state. Suspensions related to charges of up to 2 years, which will possibly extend historic the automatic suspension Fines (in NJ) and court costs of approximately $2300 Probation of up to 2 years Community service Participation in Substance abuse education program Insurance surcharge of up to 300%