Reckless driving proximate cause of injury
Aggravated Felony (AF)
Not a COV under current law, but this may change. Avoid 1 yr or more and see Advice.
Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT)
Might be CIMT. See Advice.
Other Removal Grounds
No other ground
Advice and Comments
CIMT: Acting recklessly with wanton disregard of imminent risk to life or serious injury is a CIMT. Note voluntary intoxication is not a defense against a CIMT finding.
AF/COV: In 2020 the Supreme Court will decide whether reckless behavior can be a COV. See discussion of Borden v. U.S. at PC 207, VC 23103. Since this could make 23104, 23105 a COV, conservatively plead to 364 days or less for any single count of these to avoid a possible AF as a COV.