A speeding ticket? That’s it how it works when someone dies. And driving 66 in a 30 is willful and wanton disregard for the safety of others. I bet if they pull you over and give you a ticket (even if you don’t kill someone) going more than double the limit it’s driving to endanger or some shit.So you're arguing that they should give him a speeding ticket? If so, I agree. You've made your case for it. But I thought you were complaining that he hadn't been brought up on charges for reckless driving, a charge which requires that you prove "willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property". That is a pretty vague law.