A traffic citation is one of the simplest situations that involves law enforcement. There are many reasons to retain a traffic attorney. We are prepared to offer you other choices and to represent you in a court of law for anything from a speeding ticket to driving with a suspended license.
Like many drivers, you may be uncertain of your rights when you receive a traffic ticket. Most drivers simply pay the fines without knowing that they are receiving points on their driver's license that may carry long-term consequences. In some cases, you may go to court and face a driver's license suspension and criminal charges! However, it is possible to fight your ticket, no matter how small they may seem. You have a right to protect yourself and your future.
Orlando Traffic Ticket Defense
If you have received a traffic citation or a parking ticket, one of our attorneys can appear for you at a hearing and challenge the law enforcement officer to prove the infraction beyond a reasonable doubt. We can minimize the damage to your driving record by requesting that no points be assessed by the court. We may be able to get the court to allow you to take a driving school option when you are ineligible by statute, either due to a recent driving school election or because the maximum school allowance has been surpassed.
We work tirelessly to prevent driver's license suspension, to mitigate any additional points on your record, and to protect your driving privileges. Our defense attorneys represent local residents who have been cited for:
- Speeding Citations
- Suspended Licenses
- Careless Driving Tickets
- Causing an Accident
- Failure to Obey a Traffic Device
- Stop Sign Violations
Contact a Traffic Lawyer in Orlando Today
Our attorneys handle any traffic violation, including those related to a DUI or driving while license suspended offense. Contact a criminal defense attorney at The Umansky Law Firm at 407-228-3838 to schedule your free case review.
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