A moving violation is defined as any traffic violation that occurs when a vehicle is in motions, such as running a stop sign or speeding. It does not include any violations related to parking or to insurance or registration issues. Moving violations in Florida can result in points on your driver's license that count against your right to drive. Accumulate enough of these points, and your license can be suspended or revoked. There are a variety of offenses under the umbrella of moving violations, and some of the more common include:
If you have been cited for a moving violation, then contact a Tampa traffic offenses attorney right away. They can review your case and fight your ticket to possibly keep your driving record clean and free of points.
Moving violations can cause significant negative impact to your life. You could face a suspended/revoked license, raised insurance premiums, or even possible unemployment if your employer has accessed your driving record and decides to punish you for your infractions. You are highly advised to hire a competent criminal defense attorney who can help you avoid these consequences and possibly get your ticket eliminated. Taracks & Associates have considerable experience in fighting moving violation tickets for individuals, and we can provide the same assistance to you in your case. We will fully examine the charges against you to determine if your rights were violated at any point, and expose any violations found to your possible substantial benefit.
If you have been cited for a moving violation, contact a Tampa Moving Violations Lawyer who can provide you with legal assistance in your case.