Criminal Traffic Tickets
In Florida, Driving with a Suspended or Revoked Driver’s License is a serious criminal offense. Very often, unrepresented Florida drivers plead to Suspended License charges without being fully aware of the long-term negative consequences for their driving privileges and criminal record.
There are a number of reasons for the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to suspend a Florida driver’s license. Common examples can include the following:
- Points suspensions;
- Child support delinquency;
- DUI arrest or conviction;
- Habitual Traffic Offender classification;
- Failure to pay fines, court judgments, or court costs;
- Failure to appear in court;
- Failure to maintain continuous insurance;
- Drug-related convictions;
- Plea to a racing on highways charge;
- Petit theft convictions;
- DUI Refusal.
Our experienced attorneys are an invaluable resource for explaining the reasons for the suspension or revocation and opening options to have the suspension or revocation lifted. If you have been accused of driving on a suspended, canceled, or revoked license, you may have defenses available to contest the charge or to minimize potential penalties. Call us today so that we can review your case.
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