Everyone has made mistakes. Many people who were charged with DUI’s got them reduced (good!) but the result was a Reckless Endangerment conviction (bad!).
The worst part is that “reckless endangerment” sounds pretty bad. People waiving guns in the air can be convicted of Reckless Endangerment. That’s not what you were doing. You were likely driving and just made a mistake. A mistake, I’m guessing, you probably haven’t made since.
Thousands of people have had to suffer the humiliation of a Reckless Driving conviction on their record in Tennessee over the years.
Frankly, we don’t believe in suffering at Moore Love. Our purpose as a firm is to bring peace, calm, and justice to those deserving it.
When the law allows it that is exactly what we do.
Fortunately, Tennessee law has made it possible to expunge a Reckless Endangerment conviction.
Expungement. Now, that sounds great, doesn’t it? What does it mean, exactly?
That means your Reckless Endangerment conviction goes away. Its effects will fade like an 80s song on the radio.
Quite to the point: it’s as if the whole thing never happened. Reckless Endangerment will not show in background checks. When a job or school application asks about your prior convictions you can smile and skip the section entirely.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is what expungement does.
The mishap is completely gone. That blip of imperfection in your past is whited out.
We can file the petition in court to make this happen. In fact, we can start almost immediately. All you have to do is contact us.
So, what are you waiting for?
Call us today at (615) 747-7467 or use the form below.