Traffic Violations

Florida Traffic Attorney

Speeding Ticket and Traffic Violation Defense Lawyer

A lot of drivers don’t realize all of the rights they still have when they are ticketed for a traffic violation. Sure, you could avoid court and send money to cover the large fine, or simply show up unrepresented to contest the ticket and possibly pay a reduced fine, putting the matter behind you quickly. Either way, that ticket will still affect your Florida driver’s license.

In the State of Florida, paying a traffic ticket is basically an admission of guilt, and it adds to points on your license, which leads to higher car insurance premiums, and eventually, loss of your driving privileges altogether. That means that, in addition to paying upwards of $200 for a speeding ticket, you can face years of barely-affordable auto insurance bills.

If you are a senior citizen, you may be facing additional bias in the system against the elderly. If you have received a traffic ticket anywhere in South Florida, you need experienced legal counsel to protect your rights and your driving privileges.

As a traffic ticket defense attorney, attorney Charles Mead represents people who receive moving and non-moving violation citations in South Florida, Palm Beach County, and Boca Raton. He can help mitigate or eliminate the damage that would have been done by uncontested traffic tickets, helping you avoid added points on your driving record, and ultimately, helping you keep your license.

Attorney Charles Mead represents Florida locals, semi truck drivers, Spring Breakers, and tourists who have been ticketed for:

  • Speeding
  • Street racing or drag racing
  • Driving without a license
  • Driving on a suspended or revoked license
  • Violating the terms of a restricted license
  • Failure to provide proof of insurance
  • Drunk driving or DUI
  • Reckless driving
  • Running red lights and stop signs
  • Speeding in a school zone
  • Causing a traffic collision or fender bender

Why You Should Consult A Lawyer About Your Florida Traffic Ticket
A good defense attorney will appear in court on your behalf and ask that the law enforcement officer who ticketed you offer proof beyond reasonable doubt that you committed the violation in question. The attorney will help keep the incident from accruing points to your license by asking the court to strike it from your driving record. You may also be eligible for alternatives that help keep your record clean and your license valid.

Call Charles Mead, Traffic Ticket Defense Lawyer
If you are a local, a tourist, a Spring Breaker, or a truck driver who has received a ticket in South Florida, Contact Boca Raton attorney Charles Mead today for a free consultation about your citation.

He will give you a clear picture of all your options. You can reach him by phone at (561) 362-6677 in Boca Raton, (561) 366-9565 in West Palm Beach, or (954) 493-7474 in Fort Lauderdale.

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