Reinstatement License Attorney

Reinstatement License Attorney 

Have You Lost Your Driver’s License in Broward County Fort Lauderdale? Has the loss of your Driver’s license affected your ability to work? Do you need to get back on the road to survive and earn a living?

The Traffic Ticket Firm of Mitchell Frank can help you get your Florida Driver’s License Reinstated.

DO NOT drive while your driver’s license is suspended, as additional fees and penalties may apply! Hire an EXPERIENCED Driver’s License Reinstatement Attorney


How did my Driver’s License get Revoked?

Many people think of traffic tickets as a minor nuisance. But they can add up to serious consequences. By simply paying your traffic tickets, you can accumulate enough to warrant a license suspension or even a felony arrest that could land you in prison. For example, if you have been cited three times in five years for driving with a suspended, cancelled or revoked license, you will lose your license for five years.

You might have been cited for DUI, speeding, reckless driving, or another offense. You may have failed to pay your tickets, or you might have accumulated too many points on your license.

In Florida, if you have a combination of 3 Driving while license suspended (DWLS) convictions or DUI convictions within a period of 5 years, the department of highway safety and motor vehicles can suspend your license for a period of 5 years and deem you a habitual traffic offender.
Your driver license may be suspended by your Florida Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), Secretary of State (SOS), Department of Revenue (DOR), or Motor Vehicle Division (MVD).

You can get a suspended license for reasons including:

  • Accumulating too many driving record points.
  • Getting multiple traffic violations or speeding tickets.
  • Getting a DUI/DWI.
  • Failing to appear in court or pay fees.
  • Failing to pay child support.

If you have a suspended driver’s license, your state will likely require you to:

  • Refrain from driving for a period of time.
  • Enroll in a defensive driving course or traffic school.
  • Get an SR22 from your insurance company.
  • Pay a reinstatement fee.

Driving On A Suspended License Defense In Fort Lauderdale

No matter what your situation may be, facing a criminal charge like Driving on a Suspended License in Florida is serious. Make sure you speak with an experienced Fort Lauderdale driver’s license attorney who understands the laws and can aggressively defend your rights, like the The Traffic Ticket Attorney Law Firm of Mitchell Frank.

License Hardship Reinstatement 

In the state of Florida, if you do not have an active driver’s license because it has been suspended or revoked, some may qualify for a hardship license. This only allows you to drive places for business, school or employment reasons and it a police official was to pull you over and you were driving somewhere for leisure then the restricted license can be revoked. Not everyone who has violated the rules of the road will be eligible for this temporary license. If you are in debt with your insurance company or if you have been convicted of two or more DUIs within a five year period, they you may not qualify. Don’t lose hope however, there are several provisions to this code and even a criminal offender guilty of the most austere crime may be granted a hardship license if they stay free and clear during the five year lookout period.

In order to obtain this temporary license, it would be in your best interest to contact a hard-hitting attorney to represent you at the hearing. In order to get a hardship license you will need to go to a hearing at the Bureau of Administrative Review office and prove your need of transportation in front of a panel of officials who will decide the merit and validity of your case. You should consider bringing proof of employment that you actually work where you say you do, and possibly show them that the public transportation system does not run in line with you area of employment. You must also show proof that you are enrolled in an Advanced Driver Improvement course by bringing an enrollment letter from the school. If you are granted a hardship license at the hearing, it is important to remember that it will not become active until you finish your driving improvement course. An Experienced Driver’s License Reinstatement Attorney can help establish confirmation that you are indeed fit to drive and you can safely and responsibly operate a motorized vehicle.

Have The Experience Of A Former Assistant State Attorney 

Mitchell Frank has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1987. He graduated the University of Miami School of Law in 1986 and received a Business Degree from the University of Miami in 1983. Experienced Fort Lauderdale Ticket Attorney Serving Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, Davie, Pompano Beach, Weston, Deerfield Beach, Sunrise, Coral Springs, Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Hollywood Beach, and all of Broward County

Call 1-800-980-5650 or if you prefer, use the quick form above and get a response within 24 hours – including weekends, holidays, and evenings!

Contact my office at: (954) 476-5650, (305) 222-8878 or (800) 980-5650 to speak to an attorney immediately or fill out the contact form located at the left side of the page and I will contact you. Either way, I will discuss your case with you and advise you of the cost to represent you. You can then come to my office or pay by credit card or check card over the phone. It’s that easy! No Bait and Switch – the price we charge for most traffic infractions is $69.