Attorney at Law
As a Winter Haven criminal lawyer, we defend those charged with traffic, theft crimes and charges of disorderly conduct. We also assist individuals with legal matters involving real estate law, property tax appeals, probate and estate work. To speak with an attorney, contact the firm online or by calling.
If convicted, penalties for disorderly conduct could include a fine of up to $500-plus assessments to Victims of Crime Compensation Board and to the Safe Neighborhood Services Fund of approximately $125. You may also be facing a 30-day jail sentence, depending on the extent of the crime and whether or not you have been previously convicted. If a motor vehicle was used in the course of committing the offense, the court may suspend your driver’s license for up to two years.
Driving Without License
If you face traffic charges, don’t go it alone. You are going to get the best deal possible when you work with a lawyer. Driving without a license can result in steep consequences, and you need the best legal representation you can get. I am Bart Gelormino, and since 2004 I have assisted hundreds of people by working to have charges reduced or dismissed in cases involving traffic crimes, theft crimes, drug possession charges and more.
Some key questions to ask include:
- Was your license suspended for a reason other than a traffic violation?You may be able to clear up your license suspension matter by clearing up other financial obligations and working to amend the charge of driving without a license.
- Did you know your license was suspended? Was the Scheduled Suspension Notice mailed to the correct address?
- Was your license suspended due to multiple violations? If so, it’s possible that errors were made involving a previous conviction making the license suspension invalid.
Contact criminal defense lawyers Seminole County to learn more.