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Please tell me what you specifically want to know and I will be happy to answer it. Based on the facts presented, it is unlikely you will go to trial as you have no possible defenses for your actions. You likely will have to take a plea deal. While that plea deal should not involve jail time, it is possible. You are looking at points on your license, heavy fines and court costs and likely going to have to take aggressive driving school. If there is something I have not answered, let me know and I can follow it up. What I can not do is predict the future or the exact outcome of your case. Every case is different. Your case is randomly assigned to a Judge and prosecutor. What their stance is on aggressive driving and having a child in the car is beyond my knowledge.
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