Orlando Racing Ticket Lawyers

Racing On Highways Is A Criminal Charge

If you have been accused of racing in Florida, it is important to understand that this is no ordinary traffic offense. This is not like a speeding ticket or a reckless driving ticket. This is a criminal charge. If you are convicted, you could be fined up to $1,000. You could go to jail for up to a year. Lengthy driver's license suspension is also likely.

Do not treat this like a regular traffic violation. Do not plead guilty. Fight the racing charges with the help of the Orlando racing ticket attorneys at The Ticket Squad. We have over two decades of experience. We know how to defend you.

How To Defend Against Charges Of Racing On Highways

Racing on highways is a unique charge designed to prevent street racing in Florida. The law defines racing very broadly as "an attempt to outgain or outdistance another motor vehicle, to prevent another motor vehicle from passing, to arrive at a given destination ahead of another motor vehicle or motor vehicles, or to test the physical stamina or endurance of drivers over long-distance driving routes." A lot of on-the-road behaviors can fall into this definition.

If you have been charged with this crime, you may think that you have no chance. That is not the case. Our lawyers are well-versed in defense strategies that have proven successful in these complex cases. Were you truly racing, or were you simply speeding? In many cases, we may be able to get this criminal charge reduced to a mere speeding ticket. Of course, we always pursue outright dismissal if possible. Our goal is to keep your record clean.

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Accused of violating street racing laws or engaging in a drag race or any other type of race? Call us at 407-955-4114 or contact us online.