Traffic Lawyer Orlando
Helping Clients Protect Their Driving Privileges
In Florida, a number of routine traffic-related issues are criminalized. For example, in many states, driving without a valid license or driving on a suspended license is considered a civil citation issue, but in Florida, you can be arrested and prosecuted for it. As a former county traffic prosecutor and a defense attorney focused on traffic crimes, Mr. Parikh at Parikh Law understands the complicated nuances behind Florida’s traffic laws. We can help you if you were charged with a traffic offense. Call now for a free consultation.
Charges We Defend
Whether you were driving recklessly or without a valid license, our team knows how to fight these charges and help you obtain the best possible outcome for your situation. By questioning the charges and evidence against you, we can raise doubts about the claims made by law enforcement against you. With a criminal defense lawyer on your side, you can feel more confident about your outlook.
Call Parikh Law if you were charged with any traffic crime, including:
- Attaching an unassigned plate or tag
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Leaving the scene of an accident
Reckless Driving in Florida
When you operate your vehicle unsafely, you could be charged with reckless driving. While in some instances this can mean driving more than 40 mph above the speed limit, a law enforcement officer could also charge you with the same crime for other behaviors.
These could include:
- Driving down the middle of the road
- Passing in an unsafe manner
- Driving through a crowded area
- Ignoring traffic signals
- Failing to see pedestrians
The penalties for traffic crimes can range from fines to prison time. It is crucial that you get the representation you need to protect your future and avoid a conviction.