Traffic Offenses Attorney in St. Petersburg
Protecting Your Rights & Driver’s License in Pinellas County
Traffic violations can range from minor tickets to serious offenses that can result in consequences that include the loss of your driver’s license or imprisonment. When you need an experienced traffic offenses lawyer in St. Petersburg, call McNulty Parker Law, PLLC for professional legal representation from an attorney who takes the time to talk with her clients and give them the attention they deserve.
Advocating for Clients Charged with Traffic Offenses
A traffic offense can result in fines, points on your driving record, a requirement to attend traffic school, driver’s license suspension, and an increase in your insurance premiums. The offense can also show up on your permanent record, which can affect your employment and future employment options, especially if your job requires a clean driving record.
Anita represents clients for a variety of traffic offenses, including:
- Felony Driving While License Suspended, Revoked or Cancelled
- Misdemeanor Driving While License Suspended, Revoked, or Cancelled
- Fleeing and Eluding
- Traffic Citations
The law is complex, and the consequences can vary widely, depending on the specific offense. If you want to keep your driver’s license and minimize the impact on your driving record and your life, it can be helpful to seek advice from an experienced traffic offenses attorney in St. Petersburg. Anita has extensive knowledge of the law and can advise you of your options and help you make the best decision for your case.
Driving While License Suspended, Revoked, or Cancelled
Driving While a License is Suspended or Revoked (DWLSR) can result in a civil infraction, a second-degree misdemeanor, a first-degree misdemeanor, or a third-degree felony charge, depending on the number prior convictions you have for this charge and when those convictions happened.
Your license can be severely affected by a DWLSR conviction. For example, three convictions for a DWLSR crime within 5 years can result in a 5-year license suspension by the DMV and a classification as a “habitual traffic offender.”
Building Your Defense
As a skilled and knowledgeable St. Petersburg traffic offenses lawyer, Anita has represented clients in a wide variety of cases. She takes the time to listen attentively to the client, evaluate each case, and determine the most effective defense strategies. As a former assistant public defender and skilled defense attorney, she has earned a reputation for professionalism and effective legal representation.
If you want to explore your options and determine the best way to proceed with your case, you can get started with a free consultation. Anita can evaluate your case, explain what you can expect during the legal process, and provide the information you need to make the best decision for your unique situation.
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Results-Driven Legal Strategies
Thousands of Cases Handled
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