Will I have to go to court for a speeding ticket in Florida?
You do not have to go to court for a speeding ticket in Florida. If you decide in the first 30 days after getting the ticket to pay it, you’re going to pay the ticket and it’s done. However, if you choose to fight the ticket or choose to have an attorney fight that ticket for you, then you may still have to go to court. Many times I’ll have clients that have retained me and I go to court in their place. They never have to step foot in the court. It’s always a possibility that you do though.
Your Tampa Injury Lawyer will have you covered regarding your traffic violation. We have covered every type there is. The following, not all included, are just some of the experience we have in traffic cases:
- Traffic tickets — We’ve handled suspended licenses, careless driving, reckless driving, speeding, red-light, driving while texting, expired license and registration, and many others.
- Criminal law — We can help you with misdemeanors, felonies and fraud charges. Each case is unique, so be sure to contact us soon regarding your case.
- DUI — To build your defense, we analyze all aspects of your case, including the validity of the stop and arresting pre-requisites. In DUI Offenses, it is important to contact us IMMEDIATELY during or after the incident.
- Auto accidents — We handle motor vehicle accidents that involve negligent motorists, dangerous road conditions and defective automobile parts. Like all serious legal cases and situations, time is of the essence. Reach out to experienced attorneys like The Rossi Legal Group and Michael J. Ross.