Motorcycles require different skill sets when operating than cars do. In order for a driver to be legally allowed to operate a motorcycle they need to obtain motorcycle endorsement so that they can legally drive their motorcycle. If an individual is found operating a motorcycle without the proper endorsement they will be charged with a criminal offense and face severe penalties.
Penalties for no motorcycle endorsement in the state of Florida are as follows:
It is quite simple for a prosecution to win their case regarding a no motorcycle endorsement charge because all they have to do is prove through the DMV’s record that the accused individual did not have the proper endorsement when operating the vehicle.
This is why a charged individual should hire an attorney to represent them. Although the defendant may be found guilty, a good lawyer could get the criminal charge off their record and fight for reduced charges.
If the defendant did have proper endorsement and there was some type of mishap, then they should definitely hire a lawyer to fight their case sand get the charges dismissed.
If a person receives a criminal traffic violation, they will have a charge on their driving record as well as their personal criminal record. This will cause insurance rates to rise and the criminal charge could result in the loss of a job or the difficulty in finding a job altogether.
Here at The Law Place, we have the knowledge and experience it takes to help you receive the optimum results for your no motorcycle endorsement charge. We have settled, fought and won thousands of cases regarding criminal traffic violations and we will be sure to provide you with the best defense possible. We have over thirty years of experience fighting criminal traffic violations and we know how to get results quickly and effectively. Call us today at 1-800-FIGHT-IT (1-800-344-4848) and learn more about us and what we will do for you.