Speeding is a very common traffic violation, but if you’re living in Florida, it might seem like the end of the world when you receive a speeding ticket. If you’re caught speeding in the state, you will probably just get point penalties depending on your speed. There are different points depending on the zone you’re in and the speed you were driving at. Even if you have a lot of disposable money on hand, no one likes receiving speeding tickets. The good news is that there are several ways you can avoid getting points on your license due to DUI or another reason.
DUI stands for ‘driving under the influence.’ If the blood alcohol level in your body is 0.08% or 0.10%, then you are driving with blood alcohol levels above those permissible by the state, and this is a punishable offense. If any of your physical abilities are impaired while driving, then you are driving under the influence and the state can take legal action against you.
So how do officials find out if you are drunk driving? They mainly inspect driving behavior; you could be turning with a wide radius, you could be close to striking an object or a person, you could be following too closely, you could be drifting, you could be braking erratically, you could be stopping inappropriately or you could have your headlights off. Basically it is your driving behavior that they notice. If it’s slightly away from the normal behavior, then they catch you.
So what do you do if you get a DUI ticket in Florida? We’ll tell you the best and the safest way to get out of this in the most hassle-free manner. The first thing you need to do is to call Carlos Gonzalez, Traffic Ticket Criminal Attorney in Florida. He is authorized to get you out of such situations since he knows exactly what to do, having studied the law and gained relevant experience over the last decades.
There can be two situations in such circumstances. Either you could actually be drunk driving and get caught or you could be suspected of drunk driving because of your rash driving although you were not really drunk. In both situations, you should opt to call your attorney. In the former case, you cannot get yourself out of it; you have to get through the legal proceedings with the help of your attorney. But, in the latter case, you might get defensive in trying to protect your position and that’s where all hell can break lose. If you misbehave with the legal authorities or have any kind of verbal misconduct with them, then your case can further deteriorate. If you call your lawyer, he can help you and tell you exactly how you have to get through this entire mess without having to get yourself into more trouble.
Having an experienced legal professional help you get out of a messy situation is always the right thing to do. You might not have the right kind of experience to get through this alone and will end up costing you more time, money and points off your license. In the former case, you may still be able to get out of it
For assistance with speeding tickets and DUI, please call Miami Traffic Attorney Carlos Gonzalez Law +1 (305) 205-5926.