Depending on the practices in your county, a traffic attorney may be able to file a motion to remove these citations from collections and set them for a hearing. Once a motion / infraction hearing is scheduled, you will be allowed to pay the late fees (not the entire fine) and have your license cleared while these citations get resolved in court. The FDOT representatives are normally pretty lenient when multiple toll violations are issued, so long as there was a legitimate issue with notice or your transponder was not functioning properly.
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You've got two choices. Bite the bullet and pay it. Or hire an attorney to file a motion on your behalf to POSSIBLY get those citations amended. Prevailing on "no notice" is unlikely to work.
The Notice of toll violation, mailed by SunPass is mailed to the address you provided when you obtained your transponder. It's your responsiblity to advise Sunpass of a new address, tag number, car, and/or new credit card. The clients that I represent for toll violations are those that they failed to keep SunPass updated on a new address and/or tag number. The Order of Suspension come from which had your updated address (Florida law requires that you update your DL within 10 days of moving. Sunpass is dependent on the information you provide to them. I would recommend contacting at attorney to see if the court still has jurisdiction to have a hearing on the matter.