Charges such as driving under the influence (DUI) are likely to result in suspension of your driver license, even on the first offense. If you have been accused of this type of crime, we encourage you to contact our Gainesville criminal defense attorneys as soon as possible to ensure that no opportunity is overlooked to protect your driving privileges.
In other cases, driver license suspension may not occur until after you have received several traffic tickets and you have accumulated a specific number of points against your license. Many people simply pay their fines and do not worry about the possibility of a suspended driver license until several points have accumulated. We encourage you to take action even if this is your first traffic ticket. There may be more options available to you and you can avoid putting yourself in a position where you are just points away from driver license suspension.
At Barbarette & Quirk, our Gainesville lawyers have more than 40 years of combined experience protecting the driving privileges of people in Gainesville, Ocala, and throughout Florida. If your driving privileges are in jeopardy and you need legal representation, we can help.
Driver license suspension is not a criminal matter. It is often handled separately from the criminal charge or traffic offense by the Department of Motor Vehicles. We know how to defend against DMV license suspensions.
Learn about how we can help you protect your driver license by calling our firm at (352) 356-4999 today. We offer free initial consultations to help.