If you have been issued a traffic ticket, Florida attorney Albert M. Quirantes and the Ticket Law Center, P.A. can help you. Our team will explain what options are available to you and try to get your case dismissed, reduce the offense level or avoid the points. Our goal is to avoid conviction and save you thousands of dollars on your future insurance rates.
At Albert M. Quirantes and Associates we aggressively and zealously defend those accused of DUI in most Florida counties. We are trial lawyers that offer a high caliber legal defense at a reasonable fee. Our goal is to successfully defend your DUI, protect your driver’s license, and keep insurance costs down.
More crimes are classified as felonies every year. Felonies include the most serious criminal offenses, and a felony conviction can result in prison terms of more than a year, lengthy probation, hefty fines or even the death penalty. If criminal charges are filed against you or a family member, you need legal advice and guidance immediately.
Misdemeanor offenses are criminal offenses generally punishable by up to a year in jail per charge, followed by probation, community service, counseling, restitution, and monetary fines. Although not as serious as felony offenses, they can leave a serious mark on your record which can impair your earning capacity for a lifetime and can cause collateral consequences such as license suspensions.
Accumulating too many points or convictions from traffic tickets can result in license suspension or even a felony arrest. An aggressive traffic criminal defense practitioner like Albert M. Quirantes can inform you of your options regarding the available defenses in court, fight for your rights, and possibly regain your driving privilege.
Over 8,000 clients for more than 20 years have called on Albert M. Quirantes & Associates in their time of need. Our lawyers and paralegals combined with our modern, fully computerized facility will work with you, for you and your rights. Based in Miami, we handle cases in most Florida counties and circuit courts.