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Since 2002, he's been charged with reckless driving four times with one conviction.

How in the name of all that's holy does one get charged with reckless driving *four* times in a decade in the United States of America? What was he driving 100+ mph backwards while ramming the rear bumper of a school bus?

In Virginia anything over 80 is reckless.

actually it is over 80, or anything over 20 the posted limit.

Virginia used to have a mandatory repated offender regime. However, it was probably too harsh and encouraged gaming the system (as this gentleman did) and hiring attorneys. He was charged four times, but got it reduced in three of them.

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