In certain cases, a plea bargain of “wet reckless” may be available by the prosecution in California. A charge of “wet reckless,” or reckless driving involving alcohol, is typically made when a plea bargain in which a charge of drunk driving is reduced to a case of reckless driving. A plea bargain of wet reckless can happen when the level of alcohol is minimal, there was no accident involved, and the defendant does not have a prior record. However, if there is another drunk driving conviction later, the “wet reckless” is usually considered to be a prior DUI conviction and the punishment can be the same as for a second DUI/DWI conviction. If you are trying to get your DUI charges reduced down to a wet reckless, you’ll need to be represented by a good San Diego DUI Attorney.
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