When it comes to speeding tickets and other traffic violations, long-accepted “facts” are often myths, and things we think can’t possibly be true actually are.
What if your ticketing officer doesn’t show up to court? How valid is the “faulty radar” defense? If there aren’t any signatures on the ticket, does it still count?
Knowing these common traffic ticket myths and facts can help save you time and money in the long run.
Traffic ticket violations can be some of the most frustrating and frequently occurring legal experiences in our lives. They can happen to almost anyone and they are extremely varied. From a very minor speeding ticket to an extremely serious and impacting DUI violation, traffic violations should not be handled alone – but rather, should be managed or viewed by experienced Central Florida legal counsel.
Keep your record as clean as possible by mounting a proper challenge to the traffic ticket with the experienced defense team of D’Lugo and DeFlora, P.A. Call us for a consultation at 407.870.5551 or visit us online at www.kissimmeefamilylaw.com.