If you have been arrested and charged with driving while license suspended or revoked, the consequences of a conviction can adversely affect your future.
Depending upon the circumstances, your prior driving and criminal record, or other factors, if convicted, you may be subjected to:
If you are facing a driving while license suspended charges after your license was previously suspended or revoked for any of the following reasons, we are here to protect and defend your legal rights:
Whether it's earning a living, keeping important appointments, or getting children where they need to go, a driving while license suspended violation can turn life obligations into nearly impossible challenges.
According to Florida statutes, three or more charges of certain driving offenses that occur within 5 years of one another could mean you are labeled as a habitual traffic offender, a status that could follow you around for life. Habitual traffic offenders face prison or jail time, a mandatory 5-year license suspension, permanent negative driving record marks, and steep fines.
Mr. Castrofort utilizes his experience as a former prosecutor in an effort to aggressively provide the highest standard of legal service for each and every client. We understand that each of our clients are more than just a name... they are real people who are at a major crossroad in their life, and are best served with a dedicated and experienced criminal defense attorney (lawyer) in their corner to obtain the best possible resolution to serious legal issues.
As your Orlando driving while under license suspension defense attorney (lawyer), Joe Castrofort, Esq., will:
The Law Office of Joe Castrofort, PLLC possesses thorough knowledge regarding all State and Federal laws regarding driving while under license suspension defense issues, and has the experience to effectively employ this knowledge in the defense of your driving while under license suspension legal matters.