I made many mistakes when younger. I now work hard, red a valid driver license. However these numerous tickets have about $300-$400 in court cost and fines, fees. There is no way I could afford to pay these off to get mny licens ebvack. Can a lawyer, or a motion be filed to reduce these amounts or vacate them? to get my license back and make payment plan?
There might be options available to you. Go consult with an experienced traffic attorney in Jacksonville. They would be able to confidentially meet with you and advise you of any remedies. Most defense attorneys have free consultations.
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I agree with Mr. Gentle, you need to consult an experienced traffic court attorney in Jacksonville. That being said, you may find that the citation amounts will not be reduced or vacated, but you may almost certainly work out a payment plan. You may also want to contact the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles at 850-617-2000 or www.flhsmv.gov. Be prepared to provide your DL number and/or social security. They may be able to address payment plans and your ability to obtain a D.L.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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