There are various ways to pay a traffic ticket online in Orange County, Florida. You will need one of a couple of different documents to complete this process online. Below, we outline how to pay a traffic ticket online in Florida, Orange County. 1. Documentation Needed To Pay A Traffic Ticket Online There are a...Read More
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The Skubiak & Rivas, P.A. traffic law firm has over 65 years of combined experience handling tough and criminal cases in and around Orlando. Our experienced traffic ticket lawyers are ready to fight to get you the best outcome possible. Never pay a ticket or surrender and admit to a charge, without your day in court.
We serve a wide area in Central Florida and have experience in many local courts. We're ready to fight your traffic ticket or criminal charge in Orlando, Orange County, Kissimmee, Osceola County, Sanford, Seminole County, Volusia, and Brevard and Lake Counties.
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You got pulled over, got a ticket or criminal charge.
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Our team of experienced traffic ticket attorneys are ready to handle your traffic tickets, criminal traffic charges, DUI cases, and more.
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Robert Skubiak has represented thousands in Central Florida since he began in 1993. Recognized and regarded as one of the most prominent traffic defense attorneys in the region, Robert earned his “tough but fair” reputation among local judges, attorneys and community leaders. Almost daily, he can be seen in action in courtrooms throughout Central Florida.
Florida law permits enforcement of a 15-20 mph speed limit in a school zone. This speed limit is enforceable for 30 minutes before, during, and after students arrive and leave school. Florida law sets the amount of your fine for speeding based on how many miles per hour over the speed limit you were caught...Read More
What happens when a person commits a crime or is guilty of a certain number of traffic offenses/accumulates too many points on their record? Their driver’s license may be revoked or suspended. When a license is revoked, the person cannot drive until the license is reinstated. If a person does drive in Florida with a...Read More