In Florida, traffic tickets must be paid within 30 days in the county court clerk’s office where the ticket was received. If you receive a traffic ticket you can pay by phone, mail, online or in person. But if you feel like you haven’t committed any offense and wish to fight your ticket, are concerned about points on your driver’s license, or carry a commercial driver’s license (CDL) and are worried about the effects your ticket will have on your license, then you should consider challenging your ticket in court.
Too many traffic violations on your driving record can lead to points and can result in a loss of your driver’s license. Also, major traffic violations such as reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident can bring heavy fines and maybe an automatic suspension of your driver’s license. You might be eligible to complete a basic driving test or defensive driving course that can reduce or remove points off of your driving record. Not only can too many points result in a loss of your driver’s license, they can also bring an increase to your insurance rates.
Having an attorney like Brandon Gans that has the experience and skills to fight your ticket for you can save you time, money, and effort. Attorney Gans can attend court on your behalf so you can get back to your life!