reckless endangerment

Definition of "reckless endangerment"
  1. A crime involving an action performed with disregard that could significantly risk causing death or serious harm to another individual
How to use "reckless endangerment" in a sentence
  1. The driver was charged with reckless endangerment after driving at high speeds in a crowded area.
  2. The misuse of fireworks led to a case of reckless endangerment due to the threat it posed to people nearby.
  3. The construction company could face charges of reckless endangerment for operating without the proper safety measures.

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