If you have already paid
your ticket and received points on your license, our attorney may be able to reopen your case and remove the points from
your license. Even if your license has been suspended due to too many points, the attorney may be able to help remove the
extra points to allow you reinstate your license.
The attorney can do this by filing written motions.
For example, if you paid a ticket and thereby accepted guilt, the attorney can file a motion to change your plea to no
contest. If you went to trial, and were found guilty, the attorney can file a motion for relief.
motions take 3 to 5 weeks to be heard, and the more time that has passed since the points were imposed to more difficult it
is. Therefore, do not delay. Call as soon as possible so that the attorney can start to work on removing your points.
Leaving the scene of an accident resulting in property damage of more than $50
Unlawful speed resulting
in an accident
Any moving violation resulting in an accident
Passing a stopped school bus
Driving During Restricted Hours
speed - 16 MPH or more over lawful or posted speed
speed - 15 MPH or less over lawful or posted speed
(Fines are doubled when infractions occur within a school zone or construction zone, with possible civil penalties
up to $1,000 and can be required to complete driving school course.)
All other moving violations (including parking
on highway outside the limits of municipalities)
equipment or vehicle in an unsafe condition
corrects defects within 10 days from the date the traffic citation was issued)
Violation of curfew
Open Container as an operator
driver receives the same number of points listed if the conviction occurs out-of-state or in a federal court.
Length of Suspension
12 points within a 12-month period
18 points within
an 18-month period, including points which cause suspension under line 1 above
24 points within
a 36-month period, including points which cause suspension under line 2 above
In computing points and suspensions,
the offense dates of all convictions are used. Three points will be deducted from the driver record of any person whose driving
privilege has been suspended only once under the point system and has been reinstated, if such person has complied with all
Serving a point suspension does not prohibit these convictions from being used to accumulate additional suspensions or revocations.
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MONROE, NASSAU, OKEECHOBEE, ORANGE, OSCEOLA,PALM BEACH, POLK, ST. LUCIE, ST. JOHNS, AND VOLUSIA COUNTIES. IF YOU RECEIVED A TRAFFIC TICKET IN ANOTHER FLORIDA COUNTY CLICK HERE, FOR AN ATTORNEY IN THAT COUNTY TO CONTACT YOU SHORTLY.
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