We represent people who get arrested or ticketed for Driving While License Suspended or Revoked (DWLSR) throughout Florida.
Driving with License Suspended or Revoked (DWLSR) is one of the most common criminal practice charges being prosecuted in the state’s court. In Florida, a driver’s license can be suspended or revoked for a variety of reasons such as Points suspension, Failure to pay child support, Failure to pay tickets, Failure to pay a judgment, Failure to appear in court, Habitual traffic offender, Conviction for drug or theft offense, Conviction for certain prostitution offenses and DUI offenses.
Florida Law provides that three or more DWLSR charges occurring within five (5) years of one another will result in the driver being labeled a habitual traffic offender. A habitual traffic offender sentence carries with it a mandatory five (5) year loss of driver’s license privileges. Furthermore, you can also be charged with a third degree felony, carrying with it a maximum prison sentence of five (5) years, or five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) fine, and/or five (5) years probation.
Contact a Broward County Driving While License Suspended Attorney
If you are arrested for Driving While License Suspended or Revoked, please call us immediately to schedule a meeting to discuss your rights. You may have a defense to your charge. Also, so that you won’t become a habitual traffic offender, we need to file paperwork as soon as possible if we are even to try and keep your license in your hands.