to have stop me for and I was never mirandized before they began to search my vehicle or at all until I was booked in do I have grounds for the case to be dismissed
The short answer to your question is no. The officer's failure to write a citation for the alleged traffic offense does not render the traffic stop illegal, nor does the officer's failure to read miranda render the search illegal. However, you may still have a viable legal defense to this charge, but you cannot fight this on your own. Contact a local criminal defense attorney to discuss your case.See question
I was pulled over in North Port FL. and was cited for seat belt ticket. I want to fight it, but the court cannot tell me what court costs if any will be assessed. I would like my case to be heard, but the fine is $106 and i dont want to pay up t...
No....Why don't you find out when the traffic court is in session and watch other people get hammered rather than actually setting your own case for hearing.See question
i had two civil dwls and one criminal dwls, pled guilty to all of them and received an HTO letter in the mail. i then hired one of those traffic ticket firms to do a motion to set aside convition and do a with hold on one of the civil dwls and i j...
Hire a lawyer who routinely resolves HTO revocations in your local area. Ask the attorney how many cases they have handled and how many times they were able to get the HTO lifted. Don't try to do it yourself.See question
lot 39 ram my truck and almost killed me as I was stating to get out of my truck.instead oof parking between the line she park across them.they gave her a ticket for improper backing. went to court and the female police officer stoped from talking...
From the limited information that you have provided, my guess is that the ticket was dismissed due to a lack of jurisdiction because the accident occurred on private property and no valid enforcement agreement was in effect.See question
My license got suspended after I paid my tickets for driving while license suspended
You would likely face a felony driving while license suspended charge, which carries a potential penalty of up to five years in prison and up to $5000 fine. From the limited information that you provided, it appears that your HTO (five year revocation) was the result of civil infraction convictions. If that is the case, an experienced traffic attorney in your local area should be able to get your license reinstated within four to six weeks (sometimes only one week), so long as you have no other suspensions on your license. If you continue to drive while suspended, you will likely be caught, so do yourself a favor and immediately hire an attorney to reinstate your license.See question
I was pulled over in Kissimmee FL where I live. The officer issued me a ticket for speeding, 9 over the speed limit. The ticket looks like it was printed out and he did not ask me to sign it, nor did he sign it. I would like to know how or if I ca...
Civil infractions are not required to be signed unless the offense requires a mandatory court appearance (30+ over the limit, SBI, fatality, littering). Although the lack of signature is not a valid defense, you may still have a valid legal defense to this citation. However, you should contact an experienced traffic ticket attorney rather than handling this on your own because only an experienced attorney who regularly practices in your local traffic court will know the effectiveness of various legal arguments with the particular Judge / Magistrate that will be presiding over your case.See question
I need an attorney to help me get my license back, but I don't have a lot of money. If you are an affordable lawyer please comment and I will e-mail you. Thank you!!
You may end up paying the most affordable attorney a non-refundable fee and end up in the same position, if that cheap attorney doesn't know what he/she is doing. Generally, the fees quoted by reputable and experienced lawyers are much less than the insurance premiums that you will pay over the next decade due to being classified as a habitual traffic offender.See question
It's a speeding ticket, didn't notice til after the citation was issued. I mean no one really sits in their car and reads it right then and there. Didn't ask me my race, I guess he just assumed.
There may be an issue if the officer testifies that the driver was caucasian, when in fact, the driver was african-american. However, Rule 6.455 of the Florida Rules of Traffic Court, permits the officer to amend (or correct) any information on the body of the citation at any time prior to the hearing commencing. After handling thousands of tickets, I believe it is safe to say that anything is possible and that goes both ways (in favor of the defendant or the officer). If you are truly interested in fighting this citation, it would be best to hire a reputable and experienced traffic ticket attorney to handle this for you.See question
i M GOING TO COURT TODAY
If today is your arraignment hearing, the Judge or Magistrate may offer you a deal, but it is important that adjudication is withheld because this offense carries points, as it is a moving violation. Often times, an experienced ticket attorney who frequently deals with the DOT toll enforcement officer may be able to negotiate a disposition that results in your ticket being dismissed or greatly reduced, but this is only done at the infraction hearing (not the arraignment).See question
In 2007 I got several speeding tickets resulting in 12 points within 12 months. I've had all of them plus court costs paid off since 2011. Shortly after paying everything off I received a letter saying I have a 5 yr. suspention on my D.L. I though...
Your issue is likely related to the accumulation of points and serious traffic offense convictions, which resulted in a habitual traffic offender revocation. The best thing you can do is contact an experienced Florida attorney who routinely removes points-based suspensions and habitual traffic offender (HTO) revocations. Generally, you will save a substantial amount of money once these suspensions are removed because you will no longer be required to carry SR22 insurance and your record will have less points on it. No attorney can guarantee that they will be able to successfully remove these suspensions, but a resourceful traffic attorney can likely get the job done quickly (I recently removed a HTO revocation in four days, but my normal turnaround is two to four weeks - there are a lot of player involved in this process - > your attorney, the clerk, the Judge, the DMV). You can verify your suspension issues by visiting the link below, you may also pull your driving record from several online vendors.See question