Leesburg No Valid Motor Cycle Endorsement Attorney
Lake County No Valid Motorcycle Endorsement Lawyer
In Florida driving without a valid motor cycle endorsement is a second degree misdemeanor punishable by up to 60 days in jail, 6 months of probation and a $500 fine not including court cost. You can also be required to complete classes and community service. No motorcycle endorsements happen throughout the year but they occur more frequently around The Leesburg Bikefest. We see cases that happen as a result of different rules in different states, people test driving or borrowing motorcycles, people who honestly forgot or didn't know they needed a special endorsement until they got pulled over by police. Lake County no motorcycle endorsement cases are handled in Tavares. If you are accused of driving without a valid motorcycle endorsement in Leesburg or the surrounding areas contact our attorneys for a free initial consultation. When handled by an experienced no motor cycle endorsement attorney probation and jail can almost always be avoided. In some cases the case can be resolved with a non-criminal traffic infraction or possibly completely dismissed. The cases are fixable but they are still a crime in Florida. Missing court can result in a warrant for your arrest or suspension of your driving privileges. Hiring an experienced Leesburg no motorcycle license attorney can keep you out of court while the best possible result for your case is negotiated and litigated. Call our Tavares suspended license attorneys today to set up a free consultation with Kevin Pitts at 352-508-7575. Attorney Kevin J. Pitts started his career as a prosecutor in Daytona Beach before going into private practice and handling cases throughout Central Florida. Mr. Pitts handled hundreds of no motorcycle endorsement cases during Bike Week and Biketoberfest.