Suspended Licenses

suspended-license1-300x183Driving an automobile in Florida is not a right, but a privilege. Nearly two thirds of Florida residents today currently have a suspended license. Having the ability to drive can literally mean the difference between putting food on the table. If you are in Florida driving with a suspended license, we want to help you get your full driving privilege back. Call our Florida traffic lawyers today to find out how we can help you get back behind the wheel, legally!

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If you are caught driving on a suspended Florida driver’s license or driving without a license you will either receive a civil infraction or criminal violation resulting in jail, depending on whether the officer believes you knew about your suspension at the time of driving. All is not lost if you are caught with a suspended license, as a traffic lawyer from The Law Office of Jeffrey M Rich& will explain. Florida law states you may be eligible for a Business Purposes Only hardship license. In order to obtain a hardship license, you should complete an Advance Driver Improvement Course and petition for a hearing at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles bureau of administrative review. Better yet, our Tampa traffic attorneys may be able to reinstate your full driving privilege. If you currently have a suspended license in Florida or are facing a potential suspended license, call our office immediately to see if we can get your full driving privileges back!

Common Questions: 

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