If you received a notice that your Florida Driver's license is about to be revoke for five years as a habitual traffic offender, contact an criminal defense attorney that fights to remove one of the underlying convictions in the traffic courts in Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Tampa or Plant City. Read more about possible ways to reverse the HTO revocation...
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Florida attorney at the Sammis Law Firm was successful in assisting a Tampa man avoid a five (5) year Habitual Traffic Offender ("HTO") Suspension after he represented himself in resolving three tickets for driving while license suspended that caused the HTO suspension. After the Tampa man received the "Order of License Revocation, Suspension, or Cancellation" he realized for the first time the drastic and costly consequences of entering a plea to those three underlying tickets. He contacted us shorting after he received the Order of Revocation so that he could pretect his privilege to drive.
After reviewing his case, we filed a post-conviction motion to set aside his conviction in Clearwater, Pinellas County, Florida in North County Traffic Court. After reviewing the motion, the Court vacated (or erased) client's conviction for a driving while license suspended or revoked ticket without knowledge. The motion was granted just days before the Tampa man's driving privilege was scheduled to be revoked for five years as a habitual traffic offender. Once that conviction was set aside, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles was notified that they should not impose the five year suspension.
The final result was that the Tampa man avoided a five year Habitual Traffic Offender suspension. If you need more information about removing or vacating an offense that caused a Habitual Traffic Offender Five Year suspension contact a Florida Habitual Traffic Offender Attorney today to discuss your case in Hillsborough County, Pasco County, Polk County, Pinellas County, including the cities of Tampa, Plant City, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, New Port Richey, Dade City or Bartow, Florida.
The best time to contact a Tampa habitual traffic offender attorney is as soon as you receive the Order of License Revocation, Suspension or Cancellation" from the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Division of Driver Licenses in Tallahassee. However, you may still be eligible to have a prior underlying offense vacated up to two years (24 months) after the conviction occurred under certain circumstances. Many individuals suffer under the habitual traffic offender suspension, not knowing that they can fight the suspension. Contact the Sammis Law Firm to discuss your case. Call 813-250-0500 today to speak with a Tampa Habitual Traffic Offender Attorney.