Your Florida traffic attorneys, Skubiak & Rivas, P.A., are ready to fight against your ticket for running red light in Orlando, using every legal means available. Be sure to contact our offices within 30 days after you get your ticket for your best opportunities. Why not contact our office now and set up a free consultation? Call now at (407) 894-4449.
Defend Your Running A Red Light In Orlando Ticket With Skubiak & Rivas, P.A.
Getting a ticket for running a red light in Orlando can definitely cost you. This is even truer if you have recently had other speeding tickets. We defend those running a red light in Kissimmee, too.
The Cost Of Running A Red Light In Orlando
Running a red light in Kissimmee or running a red light in Orlando will cost you 4 points on your license, which can cost your thousands in increased premiums. If you are between 15 to 17 years old, this means you lose some driving privileges. You will only be allowed to drive for business purposes only. This will last for 12 months or until you turn 18.
If you are older than 18, the penalty for running a red light in Orlando depends on the amount of other traffic violations you have had in the last 5 years. More than 15 points means that you will be classified as a habitual traffic offender (HTO) and you lose your license for 5 years. Other shorter suspensions may result, such as if you received 12 points within 12 months, you may receive a 30 day suspension.
Solutions For Running A Red Light In Orlando
When you have received a ticket for running a red light in Orlando, or running a red light in Kissimmee, Florida, you should contact the law offices of Skubiak & Rivas, P.A. We are ready to show you the various options that you have. Among other things, you have the option (only up to 5 times in a lifetime!!) to attend driving school. If we represent you and you have to attend traffic school then it will not count against your 5 in a lifetime! This option, when applied for within 30 days of getting your ticket for running red light in Kissimmee, could prevent points from being added, keep your insurance rates the same, and reduce your fine by up to 18%.