Reckless driving in Georgia is a serious crime. Many of us have engaged in what would be considered reckless driving at some point in our lives, especially speeding. When this behavior causes harm to others, you can end up paying the price.
ASAP Bail Bonds helps those arrested and accused of reckless driving and other crimes get out of jail quickly with the best bail bonds. Our friendly bail bondsmen are available 24/7 for when you or a loved one is arrested. We work quickly and diligently to ensure your time spent in the county jail (Gwinnett, Cobb, Barrow, or Walton) is minimized. We will assist you through the entire bail bond process. Our compassionate team understands how important it is for you to get back to your family. Call us today to get started!
PENALTIES FOR RECKLESS DRIVING IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA
- Fine of up to $1,000
- Jail time of up to 12 months
- Four points added to your driving record
- Increased auto insurance premiums
It is possible to be charged with more than reckless driving if you seriously injure or kill someone. This will up the charge from a misdemeanor to a felony, and of course, the consequences are increased as well. You could face up to 12 years in prison, which is one very good reason not to speed to soccer practice next time!
CONTACT ASAP BAIL BONDS IN BARROW COUNTY TODAY
ASAP Bail Bonds loves helping those who need it the most. When you’ve been arrested, there is not much else that is quite as shocking. We understand you need to get out of jail ASAP in order to wrap your head around it. That’s why our bail bondsman works diligently to ensure you do get out of jail ASAP.
The bail bond process is actually not all that complicated. If you or a loved one has been arrested, simply contact our bail bond company. We’ll collect a few bits of important information, such as what jail you or a loved one are in and personal information. Then we’ll get the paperwork started for you. All you need to do is pay the fee, which is a certain percentage of the crime you’ve been charged with, in this case, it’s reckless driving. Soon, you or your loved one will be free.
We are often asked, “Do you get your bail money back?” The answer to that question is, “No.” The fee that you pay us is for the bail bond service we are providing. We front the full cost of your bail to the courts, which we then get back when you show up for your court dates. However, if you skip court, we are out that money. Thus, your bail bond fee covers the risk associated with lending you that money.