He is facing criminal charges for these offenses in Florida and NOT TRAFFIC TICKETS. This is why it is completely irresponsible and unprofessional for out of state non Florida lawyers to be commenting on or answering questions in Florida cases.
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I advise all my clients to plead NOT GUILTY! For a couple hundred bucks you can retain a traffic court lawyer, and it would be well worth it.
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It is not 200 dollars as you are facing criminal charges not traffic charged but I am sure you can find a lawyer within your budget in your town.
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You would want to retain a local criminal/traffic court lawyer. For two or three hundred dollars it would be worth it. You can search Avvo for a lawyer, or usually you will have a half dozen of these guys come up and solicit your business in the courthouse.
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Plead not guilty. That will, at a minimum, give you some time to think about how best to proceed. Don't make a decision to plead no contest or guilty without seeing what the evidence will be and consulting a lawyer about the strengths and weaknesses of the evidence and the applicability of the law any defenses you may have.
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