In Florida, a person’s license can be suspended for any number of reasons ranging from non-payment of insurance, unpaid tickets, and non-payment of child support obligations, etc...
Depending on the length of time that the license has been suspended and the reason for its suspension, it is a misdemeanor crime to drive with a suspended license.
If a person has previously been charged or has pled to driving on a suspended license 3 times, the driver can be subject to a five year license suspension and can also face a felony habitual suspended driver’s license charge in criminal court.
We represent individuals who have had their driver’s license suspended. Our team has represented these clients in front of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and in state criminal court and have been successful in getting clients’ their driving privileges reinstated. It is crucial that any person with issues relating to a suspended driver’s license seek legal advice on their rights. Facing criminal charges? You need the best criminal defense lawyer in West Palm Beach. Contact my firm today for help in your case!