Have you been charged with a traffic offense in Florida?
Ensuring a traffic offense stays off of your record can only be done prior to the paying of the ticket. Once you have paid the ticket, you have, in effect, admitted guilt and the conviction will remain on your driving record. This can cause many unforeseen problems, as driving records are available to access by insurance companies and employers. Aside from the penalties that were levied for the traffic offense, you may also face higher premiums for your insurance company, and may even lose your job, if your employer has deemed the offense serious enough. The list of traffic offenses are many and each carry their own set of possible penalties.
Included are a few of the most common:
- Reckless or dangerous driving
- Driving with a suspended/revoked license
- Driving with no insurance
- Driving under the influence (alcohol or drugs)
- Driving with no registration or expired registration
- Transporting an open container
If you have been charged with a single or multiple traffic offenses, then it is important you contact a Florida traffic offenses attorney, who may be able to get the charges against you lessened or dropped.
Experienced Traffic Offenses Lawyer
A traffic offense conviction can turn out to be a far more serious matter than one might originally think. It can result in the suspension or revocation of driving privileges, the loss of your job, or even jail time if it is a serious offense (DUI, for example). Acquiring the help of an attorney can increase your chances of avoiding these consequences and keeping your driving record clean. Hector A. Rivera Jr. possess an experienced and dedicated team of attorneys, and we can provide help to you in your traffic offense case. Contact our firm today, and we will examine the charges against you in detail with the goal of obtaining a resolution to your case that is favorable to you.
If you are facing charges on a single or multiple traffic offenses, contact a Resolve Traffic Ticket Lawyer today for legal help.