Hendry County Traffic Offense Attorney
Traffic Crime Representation in Southwest Florida
If you were pulled over and subsequently arrested for a criminal traffic violation such as DUI or reckless driving, you need an aggressive attorney who can protect your driver’s license and handle criminal court proceedings. As a Hendry County traffic crime attorney with considerable litigation experience, Fred R. Kahle understands how to approach these cases with his clients’ best interests in mind. He has handled over 10,000 criminal cases and has taken 100 of these to verdict. This extensive litigation experience and his time as a former prosecutor makes him a true force to reckon with in the courtroom.
Find out how Attorney Kahle can help with your criminal traffic violation by calling (863) 313-1019. The firm serves all of Southwest Florida.
Understanding Criminal Traffic Offenses
Unlike a typical moving violation, such as running a red light or speeding, a criminal traffic offense will be handled in criminal court. Traffic crimes are generally misdemeanors punishable by up to one year in county jail and a fine of up to $1,000, and a person convicted of such a crime may also face driver’s license suspension and increased auto insurance costs. There are also some traffic offenses that may be charged as felonies, such as DUI causing serious injury or vehicular manslaughter.
At The Kahle Law Firm, P.A. we provide experienced defense counsel for drivers across Hendry County, Florida in the face of all types of criminal traffic offenses:
- Breath Test Refusal
- Driving with a Suspended License
- Reckless Driving
- Driving Without a License
- Racing on a Highway
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- DUI Causing Injury
- Vehicular Manslaughter
Some traffic crimes carry extreme penalties, leaving you at risk of facing years in state prison. Do not let your freedom be threatened. Involve a Hendry County criminal defense lawyer who can protect your rights to seek the best possible result in your unique case.
Contact us at (863) 313-1019 today.