TRAFFIC CRIMES


NO VALID DRIVERS LICENSE

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. Read more…

DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE

If you or a loved one have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license, it is important that you contact an experienced defense attorney. An attorney can help identify and explain the consequences this charge can have on your driving history, insurance rates, and criminal record.  The Law Office of William B. Wynne, will provide you with a free consultation to discuss the specific facts of your case. However, we ask that you bring a copy of your driving record to this initial consultation. A copy of your driving record can be obtained at the Clerk of Court, the DHSMV, or a third party company for a small fee.  Read more…

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

If you or someone you know has been arrested for Driving Under the influence, you are not alone.  It’s estimated that 53,000 people were arrested for DUI in 2009.  A DUI is much more than just a traffic ticket.  It is a very serious criminal offense that can have lifelong consequences.  The penalties associated with the crime of DUI have seen a steady increase over the past 20 years as society has recognized the dangers of impaired drivers.  However, contrary to popular belief, it is not illegal to drink and drive; it is illegal to drive while impaired. Consequently, many people charged with DUI are simply not guilty.  Read more…


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