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If you’ve ever traveled the Florida Turnpike, you know firsthand how tempting it is to drive faster than the posted speed limit (an average of 70 mph). It’s a long, straight drive with little to look at along the way. Occasionally, though, you’ll see a police officer with someone pulled over for speeding. Most people…

A driver’s license suspension can occur for numerous reasons, including a DUI conviction, accruing too many points on your record, or even failing to pay child support. Fortunately, you have options. A seasoned traffic defense lawyer can help you to get your license reinstated so you can again enjoy your driving privilege. Following are the…

Shot of a traffic cop giving a Driving While License is Suspended ticket.

It’s estimated that more than 100,000 speeding tickets are given each day. They’re so common that people have grown accustomed to paying them rather than fighting them. But doing so may be unwise. Although receiving a speeding ticket in Florida may seem inconsequential in the present, it can carry consequences that plague you for years….

Florida imposes serious penalties for knowingly driving with a suspended license. The first time you’re convicted of this offense, you could end up spending 60 days in the county jail and paying $500 in fines. If you’re convicted a second time, you could spend a year in jail and pay $1,000 in fines. Thus far,…

A speeding ticket can impact you in several ways. You may be forced to pay a hefty fine; the infraction can add points to your driving record; and it can cause your insurance rates to rise. Depending on the number of points you have on your driving record, it can even jeopardize your driving privileges….

Speeding tickets are an annoying inconvenience. But they pose more than just a disruption to your day. They carry heavy fines, can add points to your driving record, and can force you to pay more for car insurance. Worse, if you’re caught doing it often enough, the state of Florida may label you a habitual…

It’s unlawful to drive without a valid driver’s license in Florida. If you’re caught doing so, you could face fines and jail time. The problem is, some circumstances that could potentially result in a conviction may be less than obvious. It’s possible to run afoul of this law without realizing it. Below, we’ll cover the…

Most people know whether their driver’s license is in poor standing. For example, someone who’s been convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) knows whether his or her license has been revoked. Likewise, most drivers realize that a conviction for reckless driving in Florida can result in a license suspension. But there are several ways…

Florida Statute Section 322.03 stipulates that driving without a valid driver’s license in Florida is a criminal offense. If you’re caught doing it, and charged and convicted, you’ll face penalties. Upon being charged with NVDL, the arresting officer may release you on your own recognizance. You’ll receive a citation that includes a “notice to appear.”…

Many people assume their drivers’ licenses can only be suspended as a result of traffic-related offenses. The truth is, license suspensions can be imposed for a variety of reasons, some of which have nothing to do with traffic violations. Examples include failing to pay child support, failing to carry auto insurance, and being convicted of…