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Defense Against All Traffic Offenses For Brevard County Residents

When it comes to traffic tickets, many of us are concerned about the cost of the ticket, how many points we will get on our license, how much our insurance premiums will rise and whether we’ll lose our license.

And these are all viable concerns.

However, the specific repercussions you will face will depend on your individual circumstances.

Do Your Homework Before You Pay The Traffic Ticket

Before doing anything, seeking the guidance of an attorney knowledgeable with these matters is the best route. There may be a defense available or ways to mitigate fines, license suspension or other consequences.

Your ticket could even be thrown out — because of procedural violations or other reasons. You won’t know until you contact a criminal defense attorney.

Our Criminal Defense Practice

At Goldman, Monaghan, Thakkar & Bettin, P.A., we can help. Together, our attorneys have decades of combined experience handling many legal matters including traffic ticket defense. We often handle the following offenses including but not limited to:

  • Speeding
  • Running a red light
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Reckless driving

We Know The Law

When it comes to traffic stops, police have to follow proper procedure. And the same goes for searching glove compartments, purses or the trunk of your car.

An officer has to have what’s known as “reasonable suspicion” to search these areas in your vehicle. Cops every day illegally confiscate incriminating evidence inside of a vehicle in violation of the Fourth amendment. When this happens, such evidence is inadmissible in court.

At Goldman, Monaghan, Thakkar & Bettin, P.A., our criminal defense attorneys are familiar with these practices and can spot whether or not police followed proper procedure.

Call Us For Help At 321-353-7625

If you have been issued a traffic citation or police searched your vehicle, call to schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys to discuss the details of the stop. We can talk with you in greater detail about the law and potential options available.

You can also send us an email.