Jacksonville Florida Habitual Traffic Offender Notice Letter

Jacksonville Five Year License Suspension

A dead battery is not the only thing that will stop you from driving. Call (904) 564-2525 for help with your suspended FL drivers license.

A Jacksonville drivers license suspension usually begins the same way.  You get a few Florida speeding tickets and rack up too many points.  You do not pay your Jacksonville traffic tickets, and your license is suspended.  Your Florida tickets end up collections.  You are pulled over in Duval County and issued a ticket for driving on a suspended or revoked license.  You did not hire a Duval County attorney for this citation.  Instead, you paid the ticket.  You later receive tickets in Clay County and St. Johns County for the same driving while having a suspended license again.  You do not hire a Clay County lawyer or St. Johns County lawyer for help with your cases.

You finally have enough money to pay all of your tickets.  You want to get your Florida drivers license back.  You are trying to get your life in order, so you pay all of your traffic tickets.  The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle (DHSMV or DMV) reinstates your license.  Then, you receive a letter from the DMV telling you that your license is going to be suspended for 5 years as a habitual traffic offender.

Your are wondering, “How Do I Get My Drivers License Back in Jacksonville, Florida?”  What should you do receive a letter telling you that your Florida drivers license is going to be suspended for five years as a habitual traffic offender?  Call a Jacksonville drivers license lawyer at 20 Miles Law for help and a free consultation.  Learn about Florida Laws for Habitual Traffic Offenders.  Some consultations can be done right over the telephone.  You should call a Jacksonville lawyer immediately at (904) 564-2525.  I will help your Jacksonville attorney if you get a copy of your driving record from the DMV.  Your Jacksonville lawyer can look at your record to determine how to reinstate your Florida drivers license.  I have seen too people ignore these habitual traffic offender letters.  They keep driving on a suspended license.  This makes their driving records even harder to fix.  It can also lead to an arrest for felony driving while having a suspended license as a habitual traffic offender.

At 20 Miles Law, a Jacksonville traffic lawyer with experience fixing Florida drivers licenses will work on your case.  In some cases, your license can be reinstated quickly.  It depends on your Florida driving record. Your license can be reinstated if you remove past Jacksonville driving on a suspended license convictions from your record.  In most habitual traffic offender cases, people’s licenses have been suspended, because they have had 3 driving on a suspended or revoked license convictions within 5 years.  If your Jacksonville attorney goes back and erases one of those convictions, you will not have 3 convictions.  You should be able to reinstate your Florida drivers license once a conviction is lifted.  You will not be able to reinstate your Florida drivers license if you have other traffic infractions, child support obligations, or criminal charges that would suspend your license.  You may discuss this will a Jacksonville lawyer by calling (904) 564-2525 or by sending an email.


About Cynthia, 20 Miles Law

Cynthia Veintemillas

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Cynthia Veintemillas is an experienced Florida attorney. She began her legal career at the public defender’s office in Jacksonville, Florida. Her primary practice fields include criminal defense, litigation, and family law. She has also represented many people facing foreclosure in Duval County, Clay County, and St. Johns County, Florida.

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Florida, 2006
  • South Carolina, 2007
  • Middle District of Florida, 2009

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

  • Florida Bar 
Member Since: 2006
  • South Carolina 
Member Since: 2007
  • Jacksonville Bar 
Member Since: 2008
  • Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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