Archive for the ‘Traffic Cases’ Category
Posted in Traffic Cases on November 7, 2013 by as-uXe9N2Au
Have you recently been involved in a car accident caused by distracted driving? If you caused a motor vehicle crash, you’ll need to have a auto insurance to ensure you and your families benefits and to save money when there is an accident. Experienced Florida defense attorney on your side. Many car accidents are caused nowadays […]
Posted in Traffic Cases on January 18, 2013 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
Traffic violations in Miami may lead to the addition of points on your license. If too many are acquired, it could result in the suspension of your license.
Posted in Traffic Cases on January 17, 2013 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
Violations of traffic laws and insurance requirements in Miami may result in fines, citations, or even license suspension. Contact a defense lawyer for help.
Posted in Traffic Cases on January 16, 2013 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
Driving without a license in Miami could result in fines or even jail time. Contact defense attorneys at Falk & Ross to discuss possible defenses to your case.
Posted in Traffic Cases on July 4, 2012 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
There are advantages to a criminal procedure being handled by way of information rather than indictment. Contact a South Florida attorney for help.
Posted in Traffic Cases on July 2, 2012 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
An indictment and an information occur when formal criminal charges are brought forth in Florida. However, there are differences that impact the accused.
Posted in Traffic Cases on April 12, 2012 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
Speed limits in the United States vary from region to region depending on the specific laws of the state, city, county, or other municipal government that maintains jurisdiction over that given area. Originally, speed limits were intended to give drivers an idea of the acceptable and common speed for a given road under presumably clear […]
Posted in Traffic Cases on April 6, 2012 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
Florida traffic laws impose speed limits that are intended to enhance and protect the safety of motorists and travelers on our highways. General speed limits have existed in states for years, punctuated by a period of national speed limits between the 1970s and 1990s, and public officials attribute these limits to a number of reasons […]
Drivers who: consistently drive below the speed limit; weave in and out of lanes; drift into other lanes of traffic; or experience a number of near-misses with other vehicles, road borders, or other obstacles on the road are more susceptible to traffic violations. Police may be more suspicious of a DUI or other potential criminal […]
Posted in Traffic Cases on January 10, 2012 by South Florida Criminal Attorney
In order for a police officer or other law enforcement agent to stop you while you are driving, Florida motorist law demands that he or she have “reasonable suspicion” to believe that you have either broken a traffic law or that you are engaged in some other criminal activity. If you’ve been arrested following a […]