Driving While License Suspended

Many Floridians do not realize that driving while license suspended, canceled, or revoked is considered a serious crime by prosecutors and judges. If you continue to drive on a suspended license, you can be sent to prison for years in Florida. Many suspended drivers find themselves on a treadmill of license suspensions because they are unable to pay traffic fines. Because they have no other option but to drive to work to care for their families, they end up with even more charges of driving with a suspended license. For some suspended drivers, classification as a Habitual Traffic Offender (“HTO”) can mean jail time, costly probation fees, and missed time at work.

Only attorneys with sufficient knowledge of the complex system of rules surrounding driving privileges in Florida can adequately represent you. For instance, if you are charged with a felony for driving with a HTO suspension, there may be no legal basis to support the accusation against you, depending on the type of previous suspensions and your driving record. We strongly encourage you to contact us at 850-443-4010. We are happy to discuss your driving history and your current charges to determine what options are available to you to put the charges behind you and get your license back.