Why Is a “Wet Reckless” Better Than a DUI?

There is a saying that a pig with lipstick is still a pig.  A DUI reduced to a wet reckless, however, is not still a DUI.  One who pleads to a wet reckless, under Vehicle Code § 23103, avoids the consequence of being saddled with an ignition interlock device (IID) if the case is in Los Angeles County.  The DUI charges are also dismissed.  But a wet reckless can certainly feel like dating a pig with lipstick.  Click on the attached article to read more – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1862066.html.

What Advantage is There to Pleading to a Wet Reckless Rather Than a DUI?

So your attorney told you that you may be eligible for a plea bargain to a wet reckless?  What good is this?  What is Vehicle Code § 23103, reckless driving?  Will my insurance company treat me different than if I plea to DUI?  Will a plea to 23103 “count” as a DUI later, if I get a DUI five years from now?  Click on the attached link to read answers to these questions: http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1862066.html