Habitual Traffic Offender
South Florida Habitual Traffic Offender Classification
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When choosing whether or not to hire an attorney to help you deal with a serious moving violation, it is important to understand how Florida law deals with those who have multiple convictions for these offenses, such as:
- Driving with a suspended license
- Manslaughter by motor vehicle
- Use of a vehicle in the commission of a crime
- Failing to stop and render aid (non-criminal) or leaving the scene of an accident (criminal)
Three convictions in five years for any of these offenses can lead to you being charged as a habitual traffic offender. If you drive as a habitual traffic offender, you can face felony criminal charges and incarceration in state prison, rather than county jail. Your driver's license will also be revoked for five years.
It is vitally important to contact an attorney who can explain the law and help you fight a suspended driver's license, revoked license, points on your driving record or classification as a habitual traffic offender.
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With offices in North Miami, Coral Springs and Weston, the Law Offices of Russell D. Bernstein, P.A., The Legal Helpline—A Private Law Firm will work hard to prevent your classification as a habitual traffic offender. Often the easiest way of doing this is to fight the individual moving violations or to seek a reduction in charges.
We have over a decade of experience producing real results for clients in South Florida who know how important it is to fight for their legal rights and driving privileges.
Even if you have already been charged as a habitual traffic offender, you still have options. Our law firm is ready to answer your questions, guide you in the next steps and defend you in court, if necessary.
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