Defense for Traffic Felony Violations in Florida
Often felony traffic violations include repeat DUI, driving with a suspended license, hit and run and vehicular manslaughter. In Florida, felony traffic convictions can result in sentences including expensive fines, community service, a criminal felony record, and substantial jail or prison time.
At Rothman & Associates, P.A., our Miami traffic offense lawyers are committed to reducing the charges or sentence against you in a felony DUI or felony traffic violations case. Depending on the circumstances of your arrest and your driving record, our attorneys may be able to have the charges against you reduced or negotiate a lighter sentence.
We understand how to work with the court in exploring alternatives to jail, the loss of your driver’s license, and extensive fines. In a case involving hit-and-run or repeat felony DUI, our lawyers will work with investigators and eyewitnesses in order to undermine the allegations against you. At each stage in the process, we will keep you involved and informed so that you understand the options available and the potential outcome of a trial.
Avoid unnecessary legal complications and the loss of your driver’s license — contact our felony traffic violations attorneys at Rothman & Associates, P.A. today. We will evaluate the charges against you and determine the best course of action.
Rothman & Associates, P.A. represents clients charged with the following felony traffic violations:
- Repeat DUI / felony DUI
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Reckless endangerment
- Hit and run
- Passing loading / unloading school bus
- Speeding in a construction zone
- Speeding in a school zone
- Hitting a pedestrian in crosswalk
- Excessive speeding
- Reckless driving
- Vehicular manslaughter
Felony DUI – Understanding the Consequences
If you are convicted of a felony repeat DUI you face substantial fines, jail time, and the loss or revocation of your driver’s license. If your driver’s license is reinstated, you will likely be required to purchase and install an ignition interlock device (IID) on your car. An IID works like a Breathalyzer, measuring your blood alcohol content before you drive and while you are driving. Your car will not start unless you blow into the IID and register a blood alcohol level of .05% or lower. As you drive, you are required to periodically blow into the device.
If your job requires you to drive their company car or vehicle, you must obtain a “P” restriction driver’s license and a letter of permission from your employer allowing you to drive their car without an ignition interlock device. Additionally, a felony DUI conviction will go on your permanent record, making it difficult for you to either keep your current job or find a new one.
Why choose our Miami felony traffic defense attorneys?
With over four decades of criminal defense experience, our felony traffic offense lawyers understand how to work with the court to achieve the best results for our clients. We may be able to minimize the impact of a felony DUI or traffic violation by working with prosecutors and the court.