Is reckless driving in Georgia a misdemeanor?

Answer Reckless driving in the state of Georgia is a misdemeanor 40-6-390(a) & (b). This charge can have one imprisoned for up to 12 months and fined up to $1,000.Source:Georgia DOT

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Is reckless driving a misdemeanor?

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What is reckless driving in Georgia?

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Is reckless driving a felony in Georgia?

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