Hardworking Legal Defense for Rexburg Residents Facing Traffic Violations and Reckless Driving Charges

A reckless or inattentive driving case can lead to your license being suspended, along with severe fines and even jail time. If you’re facing a serious traffic violation, Bird Law Offices can represent you to beat the charges in court or try to decrease the penalties.

Defending Rexburg Residents Against Reckless and Inattentive Driving Charges

A first-time reckless driving guilty verdict can incur penalties that include getting your license suspended for 30 days, a six-month jail sentence and up to $1,000 in fines. Repeated reckless driving convictions may result in a 90-day license suspension, a year in jail and/or $2,000 in fines.

Inattentive driving is distinctly different from reckless driving according to Idaho law. Drivers get this charge when their conduct is inattentive, careless or imprudent instead of than heedless or wanton, or when their conduct cause only slight danger to people or property. However, an inattentive driving charge has its consequences, including up to 90 days in jail and/or a maximum of $300 in fines.

Preventing Drivers License Suspension in Rexburg

Idaho auto law has a points system where each traffic violation you have adds points to your record. Drivers who accrue a dozen points in 12 months get their license suspended for 30 days. This kind of punishment can have affect your life by obstructing your capacity to get to work, go to the doctor and do your daily errands. Getting your commercial drivers’ license (CDL) suspended could hamstring your livelihood. Even if you’re not driving for work or using a commercial vehicle at the time of your violation, your CDL can be penalized. It’s Ron Bird, Esq.’s job to help you avoid license suspensions and to minimize penalties for all traffic violations. We help good people in bad situations.


Attorney Ron Bird Jr. is a dependable defense lawyer who’s spent many years as a deputy prosecutor–so he understands how to create an aggressive and experienced criminal defense. He may be able to work out a fair settlement with the state, or beat the charge at a jury trial. Call (208) 232-0222 to for a free case evaluation.

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