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Under Florida Law, knowledge of the suspension or revocation determines whether a driver is charged with a misdemeanor crime or with a civil traffic infraction. Under Florida law, you are presumed to have knowledge of the suspension, revocation or cancellation if:
Drivers can have their licenses suspended for many reason including:
Law Enforcement officers will often charge people with Driving with a Suspended License with knowledge without properly investigating whether or not the driver had knowledge of the suspension. Consequently, Antonio D. Quinn, Esq. has had success in getting his client's Driving While License Suspended charges reduced to civil infractions and obtaining withheld of adjudication of the charges which both protect his client's driving and criminal records.
Aggressive Legal Representation for Traffic Misdemeanors
If you have been arrested or issued a traffic citation for Driving While License Suspended, then it is imperative that you retain an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney to protect your driving privileges and criminal record.
To schedule a case evaluation to review the facts and evidence in your Driving While License case, contact Quinn Law, P.A. at (954) 463-0440