Infractions Requiring a Mandatory Hearing
Pursuant to Florida Statute 318.19 Infractions Requiring a Mandatory Hearing, you must appear in court when you receive a ticket for:
- leaving a child unattended in a vehicle
- an accident involving serious bodily injury
- accident involving a fatality
- speeding 30 miles per hour or more over the speed limit
This means that you cannot simply pay the fine. If you don’t appear your driver license may be suspended. We can still appear on your behalf.
How we can help with a mandatory hearing ticket
If you were cited for an infraction requiring a mandatory hearing we can still appear on your behalf. Most of the time you do not have to sit in court and wait to be heard. We can work with the hearing officer to get you the best outcome. We also review your case for any possible grounds to dismiss the charge, and we can take it to trial to protect your driving record. Don’t take these charges lightly. Contact us today.
If you are concerned about facing points on your license or a possible suspension contact us today. We offer affordable flat rates for traffic violations, and in most cases you don’t even need to show up in court.
Initial consultations are free so please contact us today!