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When you are a habitual driving offender, you better have a skilled an experienced attorney by your sided. An average of 23,000 drivers have their Florida drivers license revoked each year as they are considered "Habitual Traffic Offenders". In Florida, it's a criminal offense to drive with a suspended or revoked license. The reason for suspension, or having your license revoked, depends on different factors.

Federal legislation for universal interlock requirement proposed

Quite frequently, legislators will look for ways to make drunk driving laws even more stringent than they already are. Although drunk driving laws are generally regulated on a state-to-state basis, a bill recently introduced in the federal legislature takes a "comply or else" approach to changing statutes nationwide.

Understanding Florida's ignition interlock requirements, Part 2

Last week, we discussed an issue that might be on the minds of Florida residents currently facing the prospect of charges for driving under the influence. More often than not, driver's license suspension is an automatic penalty associated with DUI conviction.

Understanding Florida's ignition interlock requirements, Part 1

As we've discussed on this blog, being charged for driving under the influence of alcohol can have an impact on a person's ability to drive -- sometimes permanently. At times, a person can have driving privileges restored, but this allowance may come with strings attached. Specifically, drivers may be required to have an ignition interlock device installed on their vehicles.

Getting a license reinstated after a DUI conviction in Florida

Among the many consequences associated with a conviction for driving under the influence, losing the ability to legally drive may be the most damaging. After all, many people rely on their vehicles to get to work or bring the children to school. A single lapse in judgment could put these responsibilities in jeopardy.

New legislation aims to reduce license suspensions in Florida

If you are suspected of driving under the influence, your first concern might be the possible criminal charges. However, you may also have your license revoked. For many, license suspension can be a huge problem, particularly if they need to drive to work or get their children to and from school. In Florida, a proposed transportation bill has been amended with the goal of helping certain categories of drivers acquire conditional licenses for necessary travel or to receive a reduced period of suspension.

Paranoia over Driving with a Suspended License

It's one of the most nerve-wracking life experiences. Seeing a police car pull up behind you, flashing their lights, blasting the siren. Even if you know you've done nothing illegal, you still feel like a criminal. 

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