Traffic Law

Traffic Law

Life is hectic these days. Between work, our personal lives and other obligations, many of us juggle multiple responsibilities daily. The last thing you want to deal with is a traffic ticket or a suspended license.

At Brian Telfair Law, we understand what a burden traffic offense can be, and the kinds of negative consequences that come with them. That’s why our experienced team of traffic offense lawyers will do everything we can to help you fight your traffic tickets and get your license back.

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If you’ve received a traffic ticket, it could cost you more than you think. In addition to the fee for the traffic ticket, many tickets also come with points that count against your license — points that can increase your insurance premiums or even get your license suspended. That’s why it’s important to know your rights when it comes to traffic tickets.

Just because you are issued a ticket does not mean that you are guilty. While many choose to simply pay their fine and accept the consequences of the ticket, there is another option: you can plead your innocence and challenge the evidence against you. Remember, you are innocent until proven guilty. In many cases, it is possible to get your fine reduced and lower the points against your license. In some cases, you may even have your ticket dismissed.

If you’ve received a traffic ticket in Tampa, call Amy Ruiz Law. Our experienced traffic ticket attorney understand Florida’s traffic laws and will do everything we can to help you fight your ticket.


  • Speeding

  • Speeding in a school zone or construction zone

  • Passing a stopped school bus

  • Running a red light or stop sign

  • Driving with expired registration

  • Driving with a suspended license

  • Driving without a license

  • Driving without insurance

  • Improper lane change

  • Failure to follow seatbelt regulations

  • Failure to obey traffic signs

  • Failure to yield right-of-way

  • Failure to yield to emergency vehicle

  • Failure to stop for a siren

  • Careless or reckless driving


  • Racing

  • Tailgating

  • Hit & Run

  • Manslaughter or negligent homicide involving a motor vehicle

  • Felony death by vehicle