The fines and hassle associated with a traffic ticket can be overwhelming. In addition to having to deal with the citation, you also have to consider how your driving record and insurance rates will be impacted. The best way to handle a traffic ticket is to defend the charges rather than simply pay the ticket. If you pay the ticket and move on, harmful points could accumulate on your record and this could lead to possible revocation or suspension of your driving privileges. Avoid these harsh consequences by aggressively fighting the ticket. We help people with speeding tickets, reckless driving charges, allegations of hit and run or leaving the scene of an accident, DUI, and other traffic related citations.

When determining the best approach to take for defense of your traffic ticket it is helpful to know the two types of traffic tickets. In Florida, traffic violations are categorized as follows:

  • Moving violations: cases that include a violation of traffic laws while driving, like speeding or a DUI.
  •  Nonmoving violations: cases that include a violation of traffic laws while not driving, like illegal parking or having too many points on your record.

Sometimes it can be hard to tell what type of violation you are charged with, but a knowledgeable attorney can help you. We will review the facts of your case and explain your options so you can make an informed decision about your defense. We help you to understand the possible outcomes and then take the approach that best fits your case. The significance of fighting a traffic ticket is that you can avoid having points added to you record, and you can also help to keep your insurance rates low. Call us today for a review of your case

If you have received a traffic ticket, call our office to speak with a qualified criminal defense attorney. We help people charged with all sorts of traffic violations in Stuart and the Treasure Coast. Call today to schedule an appointment.