Personalizing the Practice of Law

How can I hire you?
  • Hiring us is easy. All you have to do is call us or email us. We can send you the paperwork to
    fill out and send back to us with a check so there is no need to stop be the office. We also
    accept credit cards over the phone. However, we do not accept payments over the internet
    because we want to talk to you before you hire us. This way we can have the best
    understanding of your goals for the case and serve you best.

How much does it cost to hire you?
  • For non-criminal traffic infractions we charge only $60. And our price includes multiple tickets
    for the same incident! This does not include any court costs or fines which may be additional.
    Also we advise you whether a trial would be a good option for your case and let you decide if
    you want to take the case to trial. A trial fee would apply but we will never charge you for a
    trial without your approval ahead of time.

Can you guarantee my case will be dismissed?
  • Unfortunately we cannot make any guarantees about the outcome of your case. Each case is
    different and a number of factors go into the court’s decision. We will always fight to have
    your ticket dismissed if there are any grounds for dismissal and provide you with an attorney
    who is not just there to enter a plea on your behalf.

Do I need to wear shoes while driving a car?
  • No you do not need to wear shoes while driving a car. You should wear something that
    allows you to easily maneuver your feet free from obstruction of the pedals. And always
    make sure nothing is on the floor that could get stuck on one of the pedals.

Can I get a DUI on a bicycle?
  • Yes, here in Florida a bicycle is considered a vehicle. Riding a bicycle while intoxicated
    creates a danger to yourself and others on the road. Don’t do it! But your driver's license
    should not be suspended automatically because you never consented to submit to a blood
    alcohol test to ride a bicycle.

Can I fight a red light camera ticket?
  • Yes, red light cameras do not work 100% of the time. Upon request you can review the
    evidence against you. You can challenge the ticket on many grounds such as yielding to
    emergency vehicles or funeral processions, someone else was driving your vehicle at the
    time, a police officer issued a ticket for the same offense, or the owner of the vehicle was
    deceased at the time of the offense.

If you are concerned about facing points on your license or a possible suspension contact us
today. We offer affordable flat rates for traffic violations, and in most cases you don't even need
to show up in court.

Initial consultations are free so please contact us today!
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