If you are charged with reckless driving, your case will most likely be presented to a
A. court of limited jurisdiction.
B. grand jury.
C. criminal court.
D. court of general jurisdiction
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is it D or A?
Reckless driving, hmm... If it's not too crazy then Limited. If it was really crazy then General.
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I think A... This is hard...
@Paki, ek aur please. Hum aap medal me degha.
@jabez177 @danysanchy97 yeah A is the best option to be selected here...
well speaking from experience its C
what experience. lol
i got poped for reckless driving
ok idk what answer to go for now.
@Paki, what do you say about this?
@jabez177 still i will click on A...
here you go....
so am i going for A or C?
well thanks for the help guys gtg.
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Seems like y'all pretty much figured it out, but it is criminal court. Reckless driving is a misdemeanor, which is a crime. Other, less serious traffic citations are considered "infractions."