The biggest mistake people make when they are charged with a criminal traffic violation is that they do not take the charges as seriously as they should. If you have been charged with a DUI, driving after suspension or any other serious traffic violation, it is important to protect your rights right away because there are severe criminal and civil penalties that are in place. A criminal traffic violation should be treated with the same attention as any other criminal offense.
We defend people who have been charged with the following:
- Drunk driving
- Vehicular homicide
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license
- Knowingly driving without insurance
- Leaving the scene of an accident (hit-and-run)
- Reckless driving.
Florida traffic laws are highly technical and this can work to your advantage if you are proactive. There are numerous potential errors that a police officer can make before, during and after your arrest. If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal traffic violation, it is in your best interest to have an experienced attorney like Alexander Borell on your side. Florida Statute, Chapter 318 outlines the Disposition of Traffic Infractions. If you are convicted of a criminal traffic violation, you may be subjected to a misdemeanor or felony crime that is punishable by a prison sentence; however, because the laws are complex, there may be very valuable defensed at your disposal.
If you have been charged with a criminal traffic violation, it is important to have a goal and a plan for defense. When your rights and freedom are at stake because of a traffic violation, you are doing yourself a disservice by not consulting with a quality attorney. We will exhaust every avenue available in an effort to get your charges dismissed, find alternatives to severe penalties and obtain a hardship license for you so that you can get back to living a normal life.