Driving With a Suspended License
Miami Suspended Driver's License Attorney
Serving South Florida Drivers Since 1997
Knowingly driving with a suspended license can result in serious criminal consequences in addition to hefty fines and court costs. Three convictions within a five-year timeframe will almost certainly cause you to be classified as a habitual traffic offender. If you continue to drive after that time, you could be facing felony criminal charges and substantial time in prison, not county jail.
Paying a ticket for a traffic violation such as driving on a suspended license is essentially pleading guilty to a crime. Even a withholding of adjudication amounts to the same thing as a conviction. Before you pay a fine or plead guilty, it is important to contact a Miami suspended driver's license lawyer who can explain your rights and options.
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Driving without a valid license is also a criminal offense; however, the possible consequences are not the same. A guilty plea or conviction of driving without a license does not result in license suspension or points on your license.
Defense attorney Russell Bernstein has extensive experience in getting charges of driving on a suspended license reduced to simple driving without a valid license.
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As soon as you pay your ticket for a suspended driver's license charge, the options available to you are severely reduced. If you have received a traffic citation for driving on a suspended driver's license, call a criminal defense attorney at the Law Offices of Russell D. Bernstein, P.A., The Legal Helpline — A Private Law Firm in North Miami, Weston and Coral Springs toll free at 800-410-5174.
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