Traffic Ticket FAQ
Common Questions about Defending Traffic Tickets in Miami
I have too many points
on my license
, and got another ticket. What can I do?
If you are at risk of license suspension, you need a Miami traffic ticket
lawyer on your side at once. Don't pay the ticket - if you do, you
will lose the ability to challenge it in court. The best chance you have
is to call upon an attorney that has experience and success in defending
both civil and criminal traffic offenses successfully, and get that lawyer
to get to work for you. There are countless cases in which a traffic ticket
is successfully challenged, and the individual avoids license suspension
Can a DUI charge be defended?
Any criminal charge could be successfully defended, including DUI offenses.
You may believe you should just plead guilty, but in fact, your case may
have serious flaws. The police may have made a grave error at any point,
from the initial police stop through to the arrest and any test administered.
You owe it to yourself to find out before you plead guilty. Call us.
What is a criminal traffic offense?
There are various traffic tickets that are criminal charges, such as DUI,
reckless driving and cases in which an accident, injury or fatality took
place due to some form of negligent driving. These offenses are far more
serious than civil traffic citations, but any traffic ticket can be defended,
and they all carry points in a conviction. The criminal traffic offenses
often include license suspension or revocation for varying lengths of time.
What is a civil traffic offense?
These are minor traffic violations, such as driving over the speed limit,
or other types of infractions that did not cause an accident, endanger
the health or safety of others, and did not include drunk driving.
What if I have not paid my traffic tickets?
Eventually you will have a warrant issued, and can be picked up at any
time. It is extremely dangerous (not to mention embarrassing) to be pulled
over for some minor violation and subsequently arrested and taken to jail
due to unpaid traffic tickets. Find out how we can help you solve this
How do I defend a traffic ticket?
You have 30 days in which to request a hearing. Your Traffic Ticket Attorney
can take care of all of the details. Call us before you make a decision
about paying a ticket. Need to avoid more points, or possible license
suspension or even jail time? We can work with you and seek out the best
Contact us for more information about your traffic ticket problem, whether a civil
or criminal traffic violation. We are ready to help you, 24/7.