Yes, it is possible to get points removed and I would highly recommend that you contact a Florida traffic lawyer who has experience in this area of law. I have personally helped thousands of individuals with their traffic ticket issues and I have also helped "clean up" the driving record of many CDL holders, public transit drivers, taxi drivers, car dealership employees, etc. by removing points and also, in some cases, re-opening a case and getting it dismissed. Each County and Judge approaches these matters differently, but overall, the Courts are generally willing to help a driver out, if their employment is at risk. Contact an experienced traffic lawyer for a free consultation and learn what your options are (and the likelihood of successfully removing the points).See question
They sent me a letter saying my license would be suspended because of no proof of insurance on vehicle. Well, the vehicle was totaled and I don't have it anymore nor drive it. What do I need to do to make sure my license is not suspended due to no...
You may be able to have an experienced traffic lawyer remove this suspension for you. It depends on whether the suspension is an "FR Court Ordered PIP" or an "FR Cancellation" - I have helped many of my clients remove the "FR Court Ordered PIP" suspension, which also removes the SR-22 requirement that is required upon reinstatement. There are not that many attorneys who have experience with this area of law, so I would suggest you contact an experienced traffic / license suspension attorney for a free consultation.See question
What is my legal rights in this case
To obtain the best answer to your question(s), you will need to contact a local criminal attorney and schedule a consultation. You will need to provide additional information to have a more thorough evaluation of your legal issues, but I would not recommend providing that information on an open forum like this.See question
I used to live in California and believe my license might be suspended. I have since moved to Florida. Can I simply cancel my former license in California, and then apply for a new license in Florida? This way when the question comes up on the ...
Yes, you are definitely missing something here. Get your CA suspension issue corrected before applying for your FL license - it would likely prevent you from obtaining your FL license anyways. Florida's Dept of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) doesn't issue licenses based on representations by individuals that they have no out of state suspensions - that data is most likely readily available to them and you really don't want to be walking the line by (potentially) obtaining a license by fraud.See question
I am a company truck driver, day-cab pulling an almost empty 53' trailer. I was driving 1/2 mile behind a contractor towing a backhoe on a dual axle trailer. The contractor slowed and seemed to have stopped, on a two lane highway with an emergen...
Most out of town attorneys aren't actually going to travel to Defuniak Springs to contest this citation, unless you were paying $1000+ fee. However, there are many well connected traffic attorneys who provide statewide representation using their network of attorneys who regularly handle citations in each particular county - which should reduce your fear of the "outside attorneys being viewed hostile." If your choice is to either pay the ticket or fight it on your own, I would strongly suggest just paying it, but your best option is to contact a reputable and experienced traffic attorney who will give you some straight talk and let you know how things work in that particular county (likelihood of success vs. getting enhanced penalties).See question
I've read online and the statue calls for this, only if you've been in an accident rear-ending somebody, which did not happen. I do NOT have $166 to throw away to a cop trying to meet his end of the month quota. What can I do?
You can fight this ticket, but you should not fight it by yourself (you will likely lose and end up paying more than $166 and/or receive points). I highly recommend that you hire an experienced and reputable traffic attorney who routinely practices in Pinellas County. If you insist on fighting it without an attorney, DON'T (if you take this advice, you will likely save yourself time, money, and a conviction - if you are eligible elect school and do so prior to the 30 day deadline).See question
Hills borough county . Tickets got sent to collection agency and I need the name
LINEBARGER, GOGGAN, BLAIR & SAMPSON, LLP........ But before you go paying the fine, late fees and the 40% collection fee, you should know that a Tampa Ticket Attorney may be able to get the late fees and collection fees waives and potentially get your ticket dismissed (or the fine reduced) - In short, before you pay, talk to a Tampa Ticket Attorney and see if you can save money by hiring an attorney. Not all attorneys know how to do this efficiently and effectively, do your research prior to hiring an attorney for your ticket(s).See question
I received a ticket for speeding in a school zone... When the officer gave me the citation to sign, I asked her what was the speed I was going and she had forgot to write it so she took back the ticket and put 33mph but it didnt copy over to my ca...
You can address deficiencies and irregularities with your copy of the charging document (citation) at the time of hearing, but it is important that you know that the officer has the ability to amend (correct) any issues with the citation at any time prior to trial (the trial is normally considered to have commenced once the witnesses are at the podium and sworn). It sounds like you would like to assert a defense based on a lack of notice (of the offense charged) - you would be telling the Court that you were prejudiced in the preparation of your defense due to the speed being withheld until the time of trial. This defense works with some Judges, while other Judges will react poorly to (or find humor in) such an assertion. I highly recommend that you hire an experienced and reputable traffic ticket attorney, you will likely save time and money (and avoid a conviction.... if you proceed to hearing and rely on this defense, you will likely be convicted).See question
mY SON HAD 3 DRIVING ON A SUSPENDED. THE LAST ONE WAS FOR A COURT FEE THAT HE DID NOT PAY WITH IN 30 DAYS HE DID NOT KNOW HIS LIC GOT SUSPENDED. HE ENTERED INTO PAYMENT PLAN AND GOT IT REINSTATED. WE NOW RECEIVED A NOTICE THAT HE WILL LOSS LIC FOR...
The best thing you can do is hire an attorney to remove a prior "conviction" from your son's record and provided that only has three convictions, this amended disposition should lift the five year habitual traffic offender revocation. Not all attorneys know how to do this and a lack of familiarity with this removal process could result in substantial delays (in removing the revocation) or the Court denying the attorney's request to remove the conviction (and your son's license would remain revoked). An experienced and efficient traffic lawyer should be able to remove the HTO revocation for a very competitive fee.See question
I have a FTA for Pinellas county for a traffic ticket from 3 years ago. I am really needing my DL back. What kind of attorney fees am I looking at to get it taken care of for me. I do not live in Florida anymore I am in Arkansas, I also just had a...
Depending on what type of criminal traffic offense you are charged with, the case may be able to be resolved within a few days, while others may take months. Call around to local traffic court attorneys in Pinellas County. Generally, an attorney who routinely handles these types of cases will be more efficient, which should translate into a more competitive fee. (that you may be able to pay all at once).See question