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Driving without a valid license in Florida is not considered a mere traffic violation; it is a criminal offense punishable by up to 60 days in the county jail. Florida Statute 322.03 states that Florida drivers may not drive any motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license.
If you have been arrested or given a notice to appear on this offense, you should speak with a criminal lawyer as soon as possible. An attorney can apprise you of your rights, and spot any legal defenses available to you.
Attorney William B. Wynne will take the time to look for all the options available to accomplish full dismissal of your case. He will appear in court on your behalf, allowing you to continue to work and support you and your family. In order to be convicted of the criminal offense of not possessing a valid drivers license, the prosecutor has to first be able to prove that the criminal offense took place beyond a reasonable doubt. A properly prepared defense can often result in reduced penalties, reduced charges, or a dismissal. Even in cases where the evidence of guilt is overwhelming, a good defense attorney can present mitigating circumstances which can often decrease the penalties.
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