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felony reckless conduct driving charge dismissed

July 2023

Our client caused a motor vehicle accident with property damage--and the risk of personal injury. He was charged with Reckless Conduct with a Dangerous Weapon (a Class C felony) and Driving to Endanger (a Class E misdemeanor). However, we negotiated the dismissal of those charges, pursuant to a "deferred disposition," which led to our client getting a conviction for only Disorderly Conduct (a Class E misdemeanor) with a sentence of an "unconditional discharge" (no jail, no probation, no fines). This protected him against not only jail, probation, and fines but also the potentially serious consequences for his driver's license. 

Practice area(s): Criminal Defense

Dylan Boyd

Managing Partner

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