Sarasota Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) Lawyers

In Florida, too many traffic violations could result in you being labeled as a habitual traffic offender (HTO). With this label comes an automatic five-year driver's license revocation. If you are at risk of being classified as an HTO, contact a lawyer at The Murphy Law Group.

Requirements For HTO Status

If you accumulate 15 or more traffic tickets during a five-year period, you will be labeled an HTO. Additionally, if you are convicted of three serious traffic infractions during a five-year period, such as DUI or driving with a suspended or revoked license, you will be labeled an HTO.

Our Sarasota habitual traffic offender (HTO) attorneys — one of whom is a former prosecutor — know how to protect your driving privileges. We will work hard to protect you from being classified as an HTO. Even if this classification cannot be prevented or removed, we may still be able to help you obtain limited driving rights.

Fight All Traffic Violations To Avoid HTO Status

All traffic violation charges should be fought. People often wait until they are on the very edge of being deemed a habitual traffic offender before seeking defense representation. While we are prepared to fight at any time, we encourage you to retain our services even if HTO status does not seem to be an immediate threat. Our goal is to prevent points from being issued against your license and to keep your driving record clean so that HTO classification is never a possibility for you.

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