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Getting pulled over is a stressful experience for anyone. Traffic infractions typically mean you are simply issued a ticket and must appear in court, but serious driving offenses are much more complex. If you are pulled over and charged with a serious driving offense, things can get a lot worse. You could lose your driving privileges, have points put on your license, or even be taken into custody of the officer who stopped you.
Common driving offenses include:
  • Driving without a license
  • Driving on a suspended or revoked license
  • Driving without insurance
  • Reckless driving
Many people think that the simplest thing to do when they are charged with driving offenses in Florida is to just pay the fine and move on with their lives. While this may be the fastest way to deal with a driving offense, it is not necessarily the most beneficial to you. This, in essence, is like pleading guilty. In some cases – such as if you have a commercial driver’s license at stake – it is better to contact a qualified attorney who can assist you with the process of requesting a DMV hearing and who will advocate for the charges against you to be dropped entirely, or at the very least reduced significantly.
If you have been charged with a driving offense, don’t let it mar your clean record for the rest of your live. Call Pensky & Kim, Attorneys At Law today. We are ready to help.
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