Accused of Texting and Driving?
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Have you been pulled over for a driving infraction and also ticketed for Texting and Driving?
Texting and Driving in the State of Florida is now a secondary offense. This constitutes to using any type of mobile communication device while driving. Every case is unique and should be handle as so. If you have been pulled over for a driving offense and ticketed for using a mobile phone, we can help you.
“Drivers should be aware of what constitutes texting and driving,” said Skubiak, attorney with Skubiak & Rivas, P.A. The new Florida Statute, 316.305**, bans “operating a motor vehicle while manually typing or entering multiple letters, numbers, symbols, or other characters into a wireless communications device or while sending or reading data on such a device for the purpose of non-voice interpersonal communication, including, but not limited to, communication methods known as texting, e-mailing, and instant messaging.”
Call our law office at 407-894-4449 for an evaluation of your offense. We maybe able to help.