Driving With A Suspended License In Florida
There are many reasons your license may be revoked, including a DUI or drug conviction, failure to pay child support, or too many points on your driving record. Driving while on a suspended license is illegal and will expose you to criminal liability.
If you or a loved one has been charged with driving on a suspended license, you need criminal defense attorneys who will take your case seriously. You need the Kaylor Law Group.
Local Lawyers, Aggressive DWLS Defense
At the Kaylor Law Group, we are Polk County’s criminal defense firm. Clients throughout the region turn to our firm when they need results. We are dedicated to your defense and use every legal tool available to protect your rights.
Local prosecutors know we aren’t afraid to fight for our clients’ rights in court. Our reputation as aggressive litigators often results in more beneficial plea offers. However, if a deal doesn’t give our client the best possible outcome, we will go to trial.
Florida Suspended License Lawyers
Driving with a license suspension (DWLS) can result in serious criminal consequences. The severity of the charge and possible penalties increase based on the reason for your license suspension and whether you have any prior driving on a suspended license charges. In general, penalties for driving on a suspended license include fines, jail or prison time and the further suspension or revocation of your driver’s license.
Getting to work and supporting your family without a driver’s license is hard. At the Kaylor Law Group, we fight DWLS charges. We do everything in our power to defeat our clients’ DWLS charges and protect their driver’s licenses. Our attorneys take immediate steps to secure a “hardship license” so you can continue driving to work and caring for your family.
Traffic Diversion Options
At the Kaylor Law Group, we pursue alternative strategies that keep our clients out of court and DWLS charges off of their records. Florida offers traffic diversion programs for certain offenders. If you qualify, your charges will be dropped after full completion of a driving education program.