Kissimmee Driver's License Issues Lawyer
Representation for Drivers Throughout Florida
An ordinary day on the road can take a turn for the worse in a matter of
seconds. Many times, clients come to our firm after a run-in with the
law. Too often, routine traffic stops can turn into an arrest due to momentary
mistake or oversight. Even if you simply had no idea that your driver's
license was expired, or if you were unaware of your obligations under
the state of Florida's implied consent laws, you could suddenly be
placed under arrest and face criminal charges.
Melendez Law Offices, P.A. represents people throughout the Central Florida
area and surrounding areas, including Kissimmee and Orlando. If you have
a legal issue involving your driver's license, do not hesitate to
consult our professionals. With years of combined experience, our
Kissimmee criminal defense lawyers can inform you of your rights and the steps that you can take to protect
your driving privileges.
How We Can Protect Your Driving Privileges
If you or a loved one is facing serious issues involving your driver's
license in Florida, we understand how serious the implications can be.
Many individuals rely on their driver's license to get to and from
work or school. Suddenly, daily tasks such as making a trip to the local
grocery store can become a major hassle.
Our firm can help you address several driver's license issues, including:
- Driving with a suspended license
- Traffic citations resulting in a suspended license or revocation
- Driving with a non-valid license
- Driving with an expired license
- Habitual traffic offender
- Representation in Florida's Department of Transportation during license hearings
- Driver's license issues after a DUI, including revocation due to sobriety
test refusal, violation of implied consent laws, or driving with a blood
alcohol content level over 0.08%
Once a driver receives a valid driver's license in the state of Florida,
the driver will be subject to the state's implied consent laws. Essentially,
the implied consent laws require all licensed Florida drivers to submit
to a field sobriety test when asked to do so by a law enforcement official.
Failing to submit to a test or refusing to submit to a test could result
in criminal charges and / or license suspension.
Call Our Spanish-Speaking Kissimmee Attorney Today
Mistakes can happen anytime, and our Kissimmee driver's license lawyers
understand this possibility. Our phone lines stay open for your call
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Exercise your right to legal counsel and allow Melendez Law Offices, P.A.
to assist you through any issue involving your driver's license.
We all have rights - todos tenemos derechos.
Contact our Spanish-speaking Kissimmee attorneys
to schedule your free case evaluation today!