Driver arrested after speeding at 140 MPH

A man was arrested in Portland, Oregon, after videotaping the speedomoter of his car while driving more than 140 miles per hour. The man intended on posting the video on YouTube. Instead he ended up in jail.

In addition to filming his car at high speeds the man also recorded the police officer pulling him over and approaching his vehicle. He was charged with reckless driving and speeding.

These videos are prolific on YouTube and other video sharing websites. Many Courts in South Carolina would not hesitate to sentence someone driving at these speeds to jail. Reckless driving and six point speeding violations both carry up to 30 days each.


At the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, we represent clients in South Carolina Traffic Law Matters including serious speeding and other violations. Free telephone consultations are available to out of state motorists ticketed in South Carolina. To schedule your consultation contact our office at 1-888-301-6004.

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