Tallahassee Florida Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Leon County Florida Traffic Defense Attorney
-- fees starting at $99.00 --
A traffic ticket or citation, while often not a serious offense, can lead to significant costs and substantially affect your lifestyle. Just paying the traffic ticket may be the easiest resolution, and may seem like the least expensive option; however, your payment of the traffic ticket fine is deemed to be an admission of guilt to the traffic infraction under Florida law. Your admission of guilt will lead to an adjudication of guilty by the Court and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) will assess the assigned points to your driving record as required by § 322.27of the Florida Statutes. [Here is a summary of the points that will be assessed to your driver's license if you pay the citation].
Insurance companies use the points assessed by the DHSMV to set your insurance rates for several years after you received the traffic ticket. Even if you are not a Florida resident, it is likely that your home state will assess points if you are adjudicated guilty of a Florida traffic infraction. The accumulation of points can lead to additional fees and ultimately, the loss of your driving privileges through revocations and suspensions.
Protect your legal rights – If you received a traffic ticket or citation in Tallahassee or Monticello, or anywhere in Leon or Jefferson County FL, contact attorney James B. Countess at 850-329-7547, or via email, for a free, no obligation consultation. Mr. Countess will utilize his years of experience to effectively evaluate your case, inform you of your options, and get you the best possible resolution at a reasonable price. In most cases you will not be required to appear in court.
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Defending traffic citations and tickets in Tallahassee, and Monticello, Florida, and anywhere in Leon and Jefferson County, FL, including the campuses of Florida State University (FSU), Florida A&M University (FAMU), and Tallahassee Community College (TCC).