Having your license suspended or revoked is a significant inconvenience. Miami-based Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Lefcourt is the ultimate legal defense you need when you have a suspended license, he will fight to secure your right to drive. If your license is indeed suspended or revoked, we know that, based on the previously-cited state statutes, the penalties are significantly more severe if an individual drives while they know their license has been suspended. As your legal defense team, our revoked license attorneys in Florida will represent you and aggressively fight for your rights; we know the law and we know how to mount a defense geared at protecting you from harsh penalties.
If you have a suspended license in Florida contact the law offices of Mar Lefcourt, he is well-versed in the law that governs license suspension and revocation in the State of Florida; and is thoroughly knowledgeable about the prescribed penalties for individuals found to be driving while their driving privileges (and thus their driver’s license) has been suspended or revoked. In the Florida State Statutes, s. 322.34 details specific offenses of this nature and described the penalties for each. For example, any person whose driver’s license or driving privilege has been canceled, suspended, or revoked, except as a “habitual traffic offender” (defined in s. 322. 264), who drives a vehicle upon the highways of the State of Florida while their license or privilege is canceled, suspended, or revoked, is guilty of a moving violation. According to chapter 318 of the Florida State Statutes, a moving violation will yield a fine of up to $500 and can add points onto the license of the driver in question. In addition to having to pay fines, the driver will undoubtedly be forced to pay increased insurance rates due to the penalty points added to the license. Furthermore, in addition to having to deal with fines and points added to the driver’s license, the driver will also be responsible for court costs, which can amount to hundreds of dollars.
Reliable suspended license representation is critical. If you have been accused of driving on a suspended, canceled, or revoked license, you may have defenses available to contest the charge or to minimize potential penalties. If you’ve been arrested in Miami-Dade County or throughout Florida for driving with a suspended license (DWLS), with or without your knowledge, The Criminal Defense Center, P.A. will not merely settle for trying to win your criminal traffic case, we will fight to get your suspension overturned and your full driving privileges restored. Call Attorney Mark Lefcourt today at (305) 567-1011 to schedule your FREE consultation.