Speeding Ticket Attorney in Miami
Speeding Tickets: Why You Need Aggressive Defense
In 2008 the state of Florida passed a new law that dictates anyone caught driving 30 miles per hour or more over the posted speed limit could have their vehicle confiscated, have their license suspended for up to 10 years, and face serious jail time. Florida police issued over 4.4 million speeding ticket citations in 2003. If you are cited with speeding 16 miles per hour or more over the posted speed limit, in addition to other penalties, you will receive four violation points on your driver's license if convicted. If you are convicted of speeding 15 miles per hour or less over the speed limit, it will be three points on your license. Fines for exceeding the posted speed limit can range depending on the circumstances from $25 to $1,000.
Miami Speeding Ticket Lawyer
At Parks & Braxton, PA we know the penalties for being convicted of speeding, we know the financial hardships it can bring; we know how many points go on your driver's license. We also know what happens when you reach an excessive number of points on your license. If you or a loved one have been given a traffic ticket citation for speeding, it is important to know that there is no evidence against you that cannot be combated by a skilled and experienced
Miami traffic ticket attorney. Our commitment to our clients is that we will defend your constitutional rights in court, we offer a free case evaluation, and we guarantee a vigorous representation of you and your case in court. If you are trying to fight your ticket for whatever reason, you will benefit from the legal aid of a lawyer from our firm. We have won thousands of cases, and we will not stop short of a fight for you.
Contact a Miami traffic ticket attorney
from Parks & Braxton, PA for a free evaluation of your case, and to discuss your options today. We can take your call 24 / 7.