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    Failing to Register a Vehicle Ticket

    To start with, after buying a motor vehicle the prerequisite to driving it is registering it. In fact, you must register it with the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles or you could receive a registration ticket. By the way, you will need to submit a proper application, payment and providing proof of insurance. Then, you will receive a Florida registration card and a license plate sticker that shows when your registration expires.

    Don’t Fail to Register on Your Birthday

    Notably, Florida law requires you to update the registration of your vehicle every year. Additionally, this usually falls on the first day of your birthday month. So, that is the date that your license plate sticker bears. Thus, if you fail to register your vehicle with Florida’s Department of Motor Vehicles, or fail to update your registration, you can receive a ticket for no valid registration pursuant to Florida Statutes 320.02.

    Penalties for Registration Tickets

    As long as, your registration or sticker was not expired for more than six months, you won’t receive a criminal charge. Yet, if either or both expired more than six months ago, you can receive a second-degree misdemeanor under Florida Statutes 320.07(3)(c). In fact, the crime carries a sentence of up to 60 days in jail and a fine of up to $500. Now you have a problem. Because you’re facing a criminal prosecution and conviction.

    RHINO Lawyers

    Thus, RHINO Lawyers’ criminal defense team will leave no stone unturned in helping you. In fact, we will work to discover all the unique circumstances impacting your case. More importantly, our former state prosecutor will leverage his inside knowledge to help your case.

    Lastly, we fully understand your position and can guide you through a system molded by law enforcement, judges, and lawyers for decades. Having won cases for our clients in similar circumstances, we know what it takes to fight on your behalf.

    CONTACT YOUR FLORIDA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS

    Let RHINO Lawyers’ former State Attorney and Prosecutor start helping YOU immediately by giving you free advice regarding the facts of your case.

    So, get YOUR Free Case Analysis now by texting us, chatting with us online, completing the form below, or by calling 844.246.1238.

    The Criminal Conviction

    In all honesty, a conviction of a second-degree misdemeanor will be hard to shake off. Thus, it could stay with you for life. So, that means it could interfere with job, educational and housing opportunities.

    Therefore, if you are looking at a security check soon, you’ll have some explaining to do. Yet, in some cases, you are not required to give an explanation. They will just fire you. Then, there are the points against your license and the drastic increase in your insurance premiums.

    How We Will Help You With Your Registration Ticket

    In short, we will work with you to gather important evidence for your case. Above all, we help you to uncover these key facts. Then, we will charge ahead by working directly with your prosecutor. And, demand your case get completely dropped or your charges drastically reduced.

    Therefore, if you receive a ticket for no valid vehicle registration or an expired license plate sticker in Florida we can help. As a matter of fact, we have won hundreds of cases for our clients in similar circumstances. So, we know what it takes to fight on your behalf.

    CONTACT YOUR FLORIDA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS

    Let RHINO Lawyers’ former State Attorney and Prosecutor start helping YOU immediately by giving you free advice regarding the facts of your case.

    So, get YOUR Free Case Analysis now by texting us, chatting with us online, completing the form below, or by calling 844.246.1238.

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