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In the State of Florida, a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) is a person convicted of three of the following offenses in a 5-year period. You can also be charged as a Habitual Traffic Offender by receiving multiple tickets or citations from a single traffic stop. Know your rights and seek representation immediately.

Traffic crimes that can results in a HTO charge:

  • Manslaughter resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle
  • Driving while under the influence of alcohol
  • Commission of any felony in which a motor vehicle is used
  • Driving while license suspended or revoked
  • Failing to stop and render aid leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death or personal injury
  • If you receive 15 moving infraction convictions within 5 years you are considered a habitual traffic offender

Each of these traffic crimes is a serious offense and you as a driver should seek proper defense from a Florida based attorney with experience in traffic and criminal law.

In the State of Florida, driving as an Habitual Traffic Offender is a Felony and can result in a prison sentence up to 5-years.

If you receive multiple citations, call us directly at 407-894-4449 to discuss your options. We always offer Free Consultations.