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If you receive a Daytona Beach driving while license suspended ticket do not pay it without speaking with a traffic ticket attorney. If you pay a Daytona Beach DWLS ticket you could become a habitual traffic offender. Suspended license tickets count as a strike on your record. If you get three strikes in a five year period your license will be suspended for five years. If you are caught driving on a habitual traffic offender suspension you can be charged with a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. By getting adjudication withheld the Daytona Beach suspended license ticket will not count as a strike. Traffic court is serious and a trained professional like Daytona Beach traffic ticket attorney Kevin J. Pitts can help you get the best possible result for your case. Attorney Kevin J. Pitts handles Daytona Beach speeding tickets, Daytona Beach stop sign tickets, Daytona Beach red light tickets, Daytona Beach DUI, Daytona Beach reckless driving, Daytona Beach careless driving, Daytona Beach fail to observe a traffic control device, Daytona Beach improper lane change tickets, Daytona Beach improper lane change tickets and all other criminal a civil traffic offenses in Daytona Beach. Attorney Kevin Pitts and the attorneys at Thero, Riecks & Pitts have over 30 years of experience. Contact Daytona Beach traffick ticket Kevin J. Pitts at 386-451-5112.

Daytona Beach Traffic tickets might appear to be only a financial nuisance but a Daytona Beach traffic ticket can have a lasting impact after being paid. You would think the state would reward you for just paying the ticket. The truth is paying a Daytona Beach traffic ticket is the worst thing you can do. If the Daytona Beach speeding ticket or other moving violation is paid you are adjudicated guilty. That means you get points on your license and your insurance rates can increase for years. A simple adjudication withheld keeps points off your license and your insurance rates cannot increase as long as property damage did not occur. That can save you hundreds of dollars in insurance cost. Keeping points off your license also prevents the possibility of a point suspension.

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The Law Offices of Kevin J. Pitts
747 S Ridgewood Ave., #105
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone 386-451-5112

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