A Skilled Attorney For Driving While License Suspended And No Valid Driver’s License Charges
Every day in Florida charges of driving while license suspended or with no valid driver’s license result from routine traffic stops. Despite the commonality of DWLS and NVDL infractions, they are serious criminal offenses.
The Caldarone Law Group, P.A., provides effective representation for DWLS and NVDL matters for clients in Naples, Florida. As the firm’s founding shareholder, I, Justin P. Caldarone, am a trial lawyer and former prosecutor who knows how to leverage my extensive knowledge to benefit a client’s case.
Fines And Prison Time May Result From A Conviction
For any DWLS and NVDL issue, the first step is to analyze the facts leading up to the incident, including an analysis of your current driving record. Sometimes, a client only learned that his or her license was suspended or revoked after a traffic stop. Licenses are revoked or suspended for reasons that range from complications involving DUIs to failure to pay fines or child support to drug issues and more.
DWLS and NVDL are criminal traffic offenses that prosecutors tend to scrutinize. Penalties incrementally increase as a result of prior convictions. A third offense is considered a felony and can lead to a $5,000 fine and five years in prison. Besides the penalty of jail time, the determination of guilt can create or lengthen a criminal record, and increase car insurance rates or even result in the cancellation of a policy.
I have the background to provide a perceptive defense and resolve DWLS and NVDL matters with quality representation. In every DWLS or NVDL case, it is imperative to minimize any potential damage and attempt to get charges dropped or reduced. Clients can rely on my dedication to attaining justice and commitment to full-service client representation that leads to results. Through every step of the legal process, I will diligently fight for your rights.