Boston Operating to Endanger Attorney
Massachusetts Operating to Endanger Laws
Accidents happen all the time and in some of those cases you may find yourself charged with operating to endanger. In an operating to endanger case, the prosecution needs to prove that the defendant operated on a public way recklessly or negligently, so that the lives of the public might be endangered.
Massachusetts Operating to Endanger Penalties
If convicted of operating to endanger, the defendant could face a fine of not less than $20 or not more than $200. The defendant can also face a jail sentence of not less than 2 weeks or not more than 2 ½ years.
Massachusetts Operating to Endanger Lawyer
A lot of people are wrongfully accused of operating to endanger. There are a lot of cars that are on the street everyday and accidents do happen. Some accidents may lead you to being charged with operating to endanger. Unfortunately, if you are charged with operating to endanger, the potential penalties are very serious. It is important that you get an experienced defense attorney to help you. Attorney Jason Chan will create an aggressive defense for your case.
Call Attorney Jason Chan today at 508-808-8902 to talk about your operating to endanger case.