Hit & Run
Many license suspensions occur accidentally. If you are caught operating without a valid driver's license, you could be facing either misdemeanor or felony charges.
It is important you hire an experienced attorney immediately to fix your suspension and reinstate you license.
Reckless driving is a criminal offense where a person is accused of engaged in driving conduct that put others at serious risk of harm. You could face license suspension, expensive fines, probation and even jail time.
Our team can thoroughly evaluate your situation to determine what defense options are available to challenge the charges.
Hit & Run
Under Florida law, there are specific requirements to follow if you are involved in a car accident. The penalties for leaving the scene of an accident vary depending on whether there was any property damage, injury or death.
Call us for a personal consultation to find the best way to handle your hit & run.
When a person is placed on probation and violates the rules of that probation he faces the maximum sentence allowable by law. Therefore, a charge of violation of probation should be taken very seriously.
Call us to discuss the circumstances of the violation of probation so we may be able to advise you.
Driving without a Valid License
Driving without a valid Florida license while residing in Florida is a criminal offense.
We can help you resolve this matter and obtain a valid Florida drivers license if you are elegible.
When a driver is stopped for drinking under the influence (DUI), the legal ramifications are severe. Penalties can include fines, probations, suspension of your license and even potentially jail time.
Call us for a personal consultation to find the best way to handle your DUI charges.
Racing on the highway is a first degree misdemeanor punishable by 1-yr in county jail, 1-yr driver license suspension, probation, and $1,000 fine.
You should consult an experienced attorney on how to defend your rights.