Q. “Why am I facing a FELONY for driving with a suspended license?” A. Because you’re neglecting to tell us that this is NOT your 1st suspended DL charge, and I’ll share why your license is no doubt suspended for 5 years … ” — Ft. Lauderdale criminal defense lawyer John M. Castellano

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“It’s only a misdemeanor in Florida when you’re first charged with ‘driving while (DWLS) license suspended,’ but this offense is summarily upgraded or enhanced to the FELONY offense of ‘felony DWLS’ IF you’ve had a similar prior offense — and this is no doubt the situation with you, as evidenced implicitly by your question … and something else you need to be aware of: If you get convicted of three (3) of these DWLS offenses, you’ll also suffer, in addition to felony sentencing consequences, a license revocation and lose your license for five (5) years!” – Florida license reinstatement lawyer John Castellano

“These felony sentencing consequences can be very severe and even draconian, we know, bordering on injustice by most people’s standards. Please feel free to cal me anytime in the office at 965 766 8810, and I will do everything I can to stop these wheels of injustice from rolling all over you.” — Ft. Lauderdale criminal defense attorney John Castellano

I am,

Always there for you and your family,

John Castellano


About the Author:

John M. Castellano is a Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney who has helped thousands of clients throughout Florida. While building a reputation as a premiere Fort Lauderdale DUI attorney, Mr. Castellano has worked tirelessly to develop strategies to best protect the rights of those arrested for DUI in Broward, Dade and West Palm. However, Mr. Castellano is not just a drunk driving lawyer. He has been a successful domestic violence attorney, drug trafficking attorney, as well as all other Felony and Misdemeanor cases.

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