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No Valid Driver's License Lawyers in Orlando, FL

NO VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA

WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF NO VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE IN FLORIDA?

Under Sections 322.03 and 322.39, Florida Statutes, the elements of No Valid Driver’s License in Florida are:

  • A person drove a motor vehicle on the streets or highways of the state; AND
  • The person did not have a valid driver’s license, or the person did have a license but it had expired for more than 6 months.

Penalties for No Valid Driver’s License in Florida

Offense Punishment
No Valid Driver’s License Second-degree misdemeanor
Penalties Up to 60 days in jail or 6 months of probation, and a $500 fine

HOW CAN I FIGHT A CHARGE OF NO VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE?

When facing a charge of No Valid Driver’s License in Florida, it’s crucial to understand the potential defenses available to you. At Leppard Law, we have the expertise and experience to fight for a reduction or dismissal of the charges against you.

Two effective defenses we can employ are motion to suppress and alibi defense.

Motion to Suppress: This defense strategy challenges the validity of the evidence presented against you. If evidence was obtained illegally or in violation of your constitutional rights, we can file a motion to suppress that evidence. This can weaken the prosecution’s case and even lead to a dismissal of the charges.

Alibi Defense: An alibi defense involves proving that you were not present at the scene of the alleged offense when it occurred. This can be supported by providing evidence such as witnesses, surveillance footage, or documentation that places you elsewhere at the time of the incident.

In addition to these defenses, there may be other viable strategies based on the specific circumstances of your case. We thoroughly analyze the evidence, witness statements, and all available information to craft a strong defense tailored to your situation.

FAQs about No Valid Driver’s License in Florida

1. What constitutes No Valid Driver’s License in Florida?

No Valid Driver’s License in Florida occurs when a person drives a motor vehicle on the streets or highways of the state without a valid driver’s license or when their license has been expired for more than 6 months.

2. How can an alibi defense help my case?

An alibi defense provides evidence that you were not present at the location where the alleged offense occurred. It can be a powerful defense strategy to cast doubt on the prosecution’s case and establish your innocence.

3. What should I do if I believe the evidence against me was obtained illegally?

If you believe that the evidence presented against you in the No Valid Driver’s License case was obtained illegally or in violation of your rights, it is essential to discuss this matter with your attorney. They can file a motion to suppress the evidence, which, if successful, could significantly impact the prosecution’s case and improve your chances of a favorable outcome.

4. Will a No Valid Driver’s License charge result in a criminal record?

Yes, if you are convicted of No Valid Driver’s License in Florida, it will appear on your criminal record. A criminal record can have serious consequences, affecting your future employment prospects, housing opportunities, and more. That’s why it’s crucial to seek legal representation to fight the charges and minimize the impact on your life.

5. Can I still drive if my driver’s license has expired?

No, driving with an expired driver’s license is illegal in Florida. You must renew your driver’s license before it expires to avoid potential legal issues. If you are caught driving with an expired license for more than 6 months, you could face a No Valid Driver’s License charge.

ATTORNEY FOR A NO DRIVER’S LICENSE CHARGE IN CENTRAL FLORIDA

If you’ve been accused of driving without a valid license or without a valid commercial license, contact an attorney from Leppard Law to discuss your situation. Contact us at (407) 476-4111 today. Our lawyers represent people who are charged with “no legitimate” driver’s licenses for Orlando, Orange County, Seminole County, Brevard County, Lake County, Volusia County, and Osceola County.

We can help you safeguard your criminal record, driving record, and start your defense now. Contact us today to discuss your best defense options and strategies to beat your charges now. Contact us at 407-476-4111.

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