- Driving while license suspended with knowledge (DWLS)
- Driving with a license that is expired more than 4 months
- Reckless Driving
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Not wearing prescription eyeglasses
- Expired tag criminal citation
- Unlawful tag display or sticker attachment
- Operating vehicle without a valid driver license
- Failure to surrender driver license
- Failure to change address on vehicle registration
- Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
There is a difference between a civil traffic infraction and a criminal traffic infraction. A criminal citation in Florida carries a jail sentence under Florida Statutes. It is imperative to hire an experienced traffic attorney to protect your rights. Our law firm defends clients vigorously against any criminal traffic violations. I have the experience, knowledge and determination to develop a strong defense. My goal is to minimize the consequences of a criminal traffic offense so you can retain your license.
A common misconception about criminal traffic citations is that the individual who received the citation believes that they can pay a fine as if it were a civil traffic infraction. The fact is that there is no fine levied upon receipt of the citation, and you are required to appear in court in front of a Judge. Any failure to appear will result in a Bench Warrant for your arrest.
My firm can save you from having to attend the arraignment. By hiring Mitchell Frank, I would be able to file pleadings on your behalf, which would satisfy your court appearance requirement for the arraignment date that is usually written on your ticket. Call me now for a free consultation and you can hire my firm right over the phone.