Sumter County Driving On A Suspended License Lawyer
If you are accused of driving on a suspended license you need a Sumter County suspended license attorney. In 2014 535 people were accused of driving on a suspended license with knowledge in Sumter County making it the most common criminal traffic offense in the county. If you are accused of driving on a suspended license in The Villages, Wildwood, Bushnell or driving through Sumter County on I-75 your case will be handled at the Sumter County Courthouse 215 E. McCollum Avenue, Bushnell, FL 33513. There are numerous things an experienced driving on suspended license attorney can do for you, including assisting you in getting your license back. Call 352.735.4342 now for a free consultation with our Sumter County suspended license attorney. If you are accused of driving on a suspended license in The Villages you will be required to go to court in Bushnell. Our experienced attorneys can keep you out of court while they get the best possible resolution to your case. Our attorneys know how to handle suspended license cases in Sumter County, The Villages and the surrounding area.
A Bushnell driving on a suspended license case is serious and should not be handled alone. Jail is a realistic possibility in Sumter County for driving on a suspended license with knowledge. If you are accused of a Bushnell driving on a suspended license case you should contact The Villages driving on a suspended license attorney and former Florida prosecutor Kelly Johnson at 352.735.4342.
Even a payable suspended license ticket can trigger serious collateral consequences. Driving on a suspended license is an enhanceable offense. The first conviction for driving on a suspended license with knowledge has a maximum punishment of 60 days in jail, 6 months of probation or any combination of the two not exceeding the statutory maximum. The maximum fine is $500 for a first conviction. It also will count towards making someone a Habitual Traffic Offender, and having their license revoked for 5 years. Typically, by the time a person is arrested and charged with driving while license suspended with knowledge, they have also previously received driving on suspended without knowledge ticket.