Suspended License or Traffic Case Results

STATE v. CC

Result: Probation revoked and terminated, Racing charge reduced to Reckless Driving

Client was placed on misdemeanor probation from a Polk County offense. While on probation, Client was charged with racing in Hillsborough County near the Ybor City area. Racing on the Highway carries a one year driver’s license suspension. Based on the circumstances of his case, Client could have had his probation violated, leading to incarceration for up to one year in Polk County. Tampa criminal attorney Jason Mayberry was able to get Client’s Polk County probation revoked and terminated without penalty. Further, Tampa criminal lawyer Jason Mayberry negotiated Client’s racing charge down to a Reckless Driving, thereby preventing Client’s driver’s license from being suspended. The sanctions involved in the plea were only a withhold of adjudication and payment of court costs.

STATE v. BC

Result: Client Paid Court Costs Only

Client was charged with driving while license suspended with knowledge. Client was in violation of a business purposes only driver’s license restriction. Since Client was previously classified as a habitual traffic offender, the State Attorney’s Office demanded jail sentence of 60 days. Jason Mayberry reversed Client’s habitual traffic offender status by drafting a motion to the court, thereby reinstating Client’s unrestricted driving privilege and advised his client to enter an open plea to the Court. The Judge appreciated the fact that Tampa criminal lawyer Jason Mayberry fully reinstated his client's driver’s license. Client was sentenced to pay court costs only with no additional penalty.

STATE v. AB

Result: Dismissed

Client was involved in a rear end traffic accident. Road rage was suspected on the part of the other driver for potentially slamming on his brakes on purpose in front of Tampa traffic attorney Jason Mayberry’s client, causing the accident to be unavoidable. Mayberry requested a hearing before a magistrate and got Client’s Tampa traffic ticket completely dismissed.

STATE v. EG

Result: Dismissed

Client received a Florida traffic citation for going 30 miles per hour over the speed limit. Tampa traffic lawyer Jason Mayberry requested a hearing before a magistrate and got Client’s traffic ticket dismissed.

STATE v. RG

Result: Dismissed

Client was cited for speeding in excess of 30 miles per hour over the speed limit. During detainer Client couldn’t produce his out of State driver’s license. Tampa criminal lawyer Jason Mayberry provided proof to the Prosecutor that the client had a valid license at the time of the traffic stop and that the officer issued a criminal infraction that wasn’t appropriate. After the Tampa traffic attorney’s presentment of evidence, the Prosecutor dismissed the Tampa criminal charge and the Judge merged and dismissed the accompanying civil citation. Mayberry’s client suffered no penalty whatsoever.

STATE v. HD

Result: No Points

Client was issued 3 moving traffic tickets in only 10 days. Tampa traffic lawyer Jason Mayberry was able to keep his client from receiving any points on her driver’s license.

STATE v. HJ

Result: Infraction Dismissed

Client received a speeding ticket for travelling 113 miles per hour in a 60 mile per hour zone. Because the speed was 50 miles per hour over the limit, Client was subject to a statutorily mandated $1000 fine if the case result was anything other than dismissal. Tampa traffic lawyer Jason Mayberry earned a complete citation dismissal for his client. Client suffered no penalty.

STATE v. JG

Result: Criminal Infraction Reduced to Civil Traffic Ticket, Three civil infraction fines rolled into one fine

Client was pulled over and charged with a rarely used statute making it illegal to have a valid driver's license from another State while driving in Florida with a suspended Florida Driver's License (link to driving while license suspended?). Client is retired after working in a job with very high standards and had no criminal history and a very good driving record. Upon speaking to Jason Mayberry after speaking to several other Tampa criminal attorneys, Client elected to hire Mayberry to handle his case. Upon learning the facts of Client's case and researching the statute used to charge him, Mayberry helped Client to resolve the issues that were suspending his license in Florida and ultimately reinstated Client's Florida driving privilege. Having helped Client to reinstate his Florida driver's license, Mayberry was able to convince the State to reduce his criminal infraction to a more appropriate civil infraction and Client avoided having any criminal history.