If you received a traffic ticket in Fort Lauderdale or Broward County, FL, then don't pay that ticket until you speak with an experienced attorney. Our lawyers fight traffic tickets throughout all of the Broward County Courthouse locations including:
If the officer that wrote the ticket fails to appear in court for the trial then the case might be completely dismissed. Even if the officer does appear, the judge must decide the case hasn't been proven "beyond all reasonable doubt" and return a "not guilty" verdict. In some cases, to avoid a trial the court will agree to "withhold adjudication" so that you are not convicted of the violation (which prevents any points from being added to your driving record).
If you just pay the ticket, then you will be convicted of the offense and receive points on your driver's license. The attorney fees are often far cheaper than a conviction. A conviction means you must pay the fine, court costs, increased insurance premiums and the expense for a possible suspension or revocation of your driver's license for excessive points based on the number of a prior conviction.
For drivers of commercial motor vehicles and holders of a commercial driver's license (CDL), successfully fighting the ticket in Fort Lauderdale, Deerfield Beach, Hollywood, or Plantation, FL, may be the only way to maintain the CDL.
Even if it is your first traffic ticket in years, call us to find out why you might be better off hiring an attorney to fight that ticket. Call (954) 716-8538 to speak with an attorney 24/7.
For traffic ticket defense in Fort Lauderdale, in Broward County, FL, call the attorneys at Meltzer & Bell, P.A. to discuss any of the following types of infractions:
Many of these traffic tickets issues in Broward County involve the failure to carry or display vehicle registration, proof of insurance, or a driver license. If you have valid documentation, then your attorney can help you resolve the case by getting the case dismissed. The term "valid documentation" is defined to mean that the issue date of your license, registration or insurance was prior to the issue date of the ticket.
If you were issued a ticket after your Driver License, Registration, Tag, or Insurance was expired, your attorney can help you request a court date to contest the citation and fight for its dismissal. Our traffic ticket attorneys can help you fight a criminal license, registration or insurance violation.
The most serious traffic tickets issued in Broward County require a mandatory hearing. Don't go to court alone, let us help you fight your traffic ticket.
If you were charged with a Tri-Rail Fare Violation in Broward County, then you should retain an attorney to help you resolve the case before the date listed in the violation. If you do nothing to appropriately respond to the violation of tri-rail fare rules, then you can be charged with a second-degree misdemeanor.
If you failed to act within 30 days, then it is particularly important to contact an attorney. Our attorneys can schedule and appear for you at the arraignment. The location and time of the arraignment violation of the tri-rail fare should be listed on the citation you received.
Frequently Asked Questions for Traffic Citations - The website for the Clerk of Circuit Court in Palm Beach County, FL, contains information about traffic tickets and other types of civil violations and infractions. Visit the website to find answers to frequently asked questions about the traffic department including: "How much will my traffic citation cost?" and "Can I pay my traffic fine online?"
Traffic and Misdemeanor Clerk in Broward County, FL - Visit the Clerk of Court's website in Broward County, FL, to learn more about traffic and misdemeanor cases. The Traffic and Misdemeanor Division in the Broward Courts are responsible for processing the following types of cases: Misdemeanor Traffic Cases and Civil Traffic Tickets. Some types of criminal traffic misdemeanor cases require a mandatory court appearance. A Civil Traffic Infraction in Broward County is a non-criminal charge that can be resolved by hiring an attorney to request a court hearing and go to court to fight the case. In some of these traffic ticket cases, a mandatory court appearance is required, such as in cases where the violation involves an accident with serious bodily injury or fatality.
Call us to fight your traffic ticket in Broward County at the West Regional Courthouse in Plantation, the North Regional Courthouse in Deerfield Beach, the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, or the South Regional Courthouse in Hollywood, FL. If the officer that wrote the ticket fails to appear in court for the trial then the case might be completely dismissed.
Contact us about our traffic ticket attorneys in Broward County fight the civil infractions. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call (954) 716-8538 today.
This article was last updated on Friday, November 3, 2017.
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