A traffic violation could lead to negative consequences such as heavy fines, points against your driver’s license, higher insurance payments, traffic school, and loss of driving privileges. In the worst case scenario, a traffic crimes can even lead to jail time.
In Florida, when you receive a traffic ticket, you must do one of the following within 30 days: pay the fine (admitting guilt and adding points to your driving record), take traffic school, or go to court to fight the ticket. If you receive 12 points within 12 months, your driver’s license will be suspended for 30 days. Receiving18 points in 18 months results in a 3-month suspension.
We can help you fight your traffic ticket and save you the time and hassle of going to court yourself. An experienced Florida traffic ticket lawyer can help you take care of speeding tickets and other moving violations, traffic crimes, DUIs and more. We can help you clear your record, reduce your fine, keep your driver’s license, and avoid points from going on your record. We can give you sound legal advice for your particular case and help you obtain the best outcome possible.