Traffic Violations in Osceola County
Sep20

Traffic Violations in Osceola County

Traffic violations can be some of the most frustrating legal experiences in our lives and are the biggest reason that any Osceola County resident steps foot into the courtroom. Some traffic violations result in fines while others can carry serious and lasting consequences. If you’ve received a traffic violation, you must comply with one of the following, within thirty (30) calendar days from the issue date of your citation to...

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Reckless Driving in Florida
Aug15

Reckless Driving in Florida

Reckless driving is a serious criminal offense that is punished as a misdemeanor in most situations but can result in a felony charge if the reckless driving resulted in serious bodily injury. The State of Florida defines reckless driving in §316.192 as, “Any person who drives any vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving.” Some examples of reckless driving...

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A DUI Can Really Cost You
Aug09

A DUI Can Really Cost You

DUI charges can be some of the most serious traffic offenses that a licensed driver can face in Central Florida. A DUI conviction is severe and may possibly result in an extended jail sentence, costly imposed fines, suspension of one’s driver’s license, extensive community service and driver improvement courses. According to Florida’s Department of Motor Vehicles, the average cost for a first offense DUI is $8000. While every...

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Driving With a Suspended Florida License
Jun10

Driving With a Suspended Florida License

There are a several reasons the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles can suspend a Florida driver’s license. Many Florida drivers are surprised to find out that their license is no longer valid and has been suspended. Common reasons for suspension can include the following: Points suspensions; Child support delinquency; DUI arrest or conviction; DUI Refusal Habitual Traffic Offender classification; Traffic violation...

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What is Florida’s Implied Consent Law?
Apr26

What is Florida’s Implied Consent Law?

Florida’s implied consent law states that if you accept the privilege of operating a motor vehicle in the state, you have consented to submit to a blood or breath test to determine your level of intoxication. If you have been lawfully arrested and charged while you were driving or were in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, you may refuse the test, however, doing so has serious consequences...

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Traffic Tickets – Fight It or Pay it?
Apr18

Traffic Tickets – Fight It or Pay it?

Chances are you’ve had at least one traffic ticket in your lifetime. Traffic violations can be some of the most frustrating legal experiences in our lives and are the biggest reason that any Osceola County resident steps foot into the courtroom.  They can happen to almost anyone and are extremely varied. From a very minor speeding ticket to an extremely serious and impacting DUI violation, traffic violations should not be...

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