I recently found out my license has been suspended, while trying to renew my tags, since March, because of a red-light camera traffic citation; it has since went into collections. Problem is, I never received a notice for it, and I had no knowledge about it till today. County clerk website says I received it back in November, and as a result my license is suspended for non-payment. Need advice on what's the best course of action to take; would it be possible to dispute the suspension and get my license re-instated.
Criminal Defense Attorney
You can hire a lawyer to put in for a hearing and take them out of collections. This may take a week or 2 to get an answer from the judge.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
Retain the services of a traffic ticket attorney or criminal law attorney - many offer free consultations
This is not intended to be legal advise or as legal representation. I am a California personal injury attorney . Be aware that every state has its own statute of limitations; and statutes & case laws that govern the handling of these matters.
I would join to my respected colleagues in suggesting to retain a local traffic counsel licensed in Florida who will review whether your reinstatement is a mere issue of paying the requisite fines or if that may require any additional legal steps.
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