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Reckless driving conviction reinstated

The Court of Appeals erred by reversing appellee’s reckless driving conviction. There was sufficient evidence from which a rational jury could conclude that appellee’s collision with a stopped motorcycle resulted from “a ‘lengthy, total, and complete’ failure to keep a lookout, satisfying the mens rea requirement for reckless driving in violation of Code § 46.2-852.” Background Cady, ...