Felony criminal traffic cases can include charges such as Felony Driving Under the Influence (repeat offender), DUI with serious bodily injury, and Felony Driving with a suspended license (DWLS). These cases are prosecuted by the State Attorney’s Office and require a court appearance. They can result in probation or jail time, depending on the severity of the charges, the person’s criminal record, and other potentially aggravating factors, as well as loss of driving privileges. Another example of a very serious felony traffic case involves vehicular homicide which is the killing of a human being, or the killing of an unborn child by any injury to the mother, caused by the operation of a motor vehicle by another in a reckless manner likely to cause the death of, or great bodily harm to, another.
Our firm knows how to handle criminal traffic cases and will appear in court on your behalf. Often times, we can appear in your place so you do not have to go to court personally. We know how to deal with such issues as Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle administrative suspensions of your driver’s license, breathalyzer testing, field sobriety tests, the Florida Implied Consent Law, DUI investigation procedures and techniques, blood testing and urine testing for DUI, and all other aspects of a Driving Under the Influence arrest, or other serious traffic offense.