Traffic Offense Attorney in Sarasota
Traffic Ticket in Sarasota County? Call Us Before You Pay!
Traffic offenses can carry severe consequences, especially those that are more than a simple infraction. In all cases, however, traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the laws of the road. Traffic offenses range from a speeding ticket to driving under the influence (DUI). Consequences associated with a minor traffic violation can be increased when several infractions take place during a short time frame. Before you pay, contact Wyndel G. Darville.
Traffic offenses can result in:
- Steep fines
- Jail time
- Driver's license suspension
Why Hire Wyndel G. Darville?
- 150 jury trials as a former prosecutor
- Experience as a JAG (Judge Advocate General's) Officer
- Bronze Star for Service in Iraq
- Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom II
- Major Ranking in Senior Defense Counsel for Army Reserve
Traffic Ticket Penalties in Florida
Convictions for traffic violations can result in difficult consequences in your life. Losing your driver's license can be an incredible inconvenience, and incurring points on your driving record and result in increases in your insurance rates. Avoid the loss of your driver's license and a criminal conviction for an offense such as DUI by gaining legal assistance from my firm.
Even though you may be facing a strong case against you for the alleged traffic offense, a conviction is not automatic. Whether you have been charged with a red light offense or vehicular manslaughter, immediate action must be pursued to effectively defend against the charge.
What Sarasota Traffic Violations Can We Help With?
We handle many different types of traffic related issues such as:
- Careless and reckless driving
- Driving after consuming alcohol if the driver is under 21
- Driving while license has been suspended or revoked
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Driving while impaired (DWI)
- Driving with a blood alcohol level of .08% or greater
- Driving with expired registration
- Felony death by vehicle
- Hit and run
- Manslaughter or negligent homicide involving a motor vehicle
- Speeding tickets
- Speeding to avoid arrest
- Speeding in a construction zone
- Speeding in a school zone
- Failure to yield to emergency vehicle
- Failure to yield right-of-way
- Failure to have liability insurance
- Failure to stop for a siren
- Passing a stopped school bus
- Running a red light
- Running a stop sign
How Long do you Have to Pay a Traffic Ticket in the State of Florida?
In Florida, you have 30 days after receiving your citation to pay your traffic ticket.
You Only Have 10 Days to Act!
In many cases, you must act quickly to prevent suspension of your driver's license. You have 10 days from the date of the Sarasota traffic ticket to request a hearing with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV). Motorists arrested for DUI or other traffic offenses need the personable guidance offered at my firm. During your DHSMV hearing, I can challenge the license suspension and provide a powerful defense for your case. In some cases, you may be able to retain your license with specific restrictions, such as only being allowed to drive to and from home, work, and essential appointments.
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