A New Florida Driver’s License Program

driverThe State Attorney, Melissa Nelson, recently announced a new program that will help people with an invalid, rescinded, or suspended licenses. Drivers who are caught driving with an invalid license must pay a $322 fee that many residents might not be able to afford. This could mean jail time. But this program, which is called “KEYS2DRIVE,” will help people obtain a valid driver’s license and navigate the court system.

To participate in the “KEYS2DRIVE” program, you must be a Florida resident who has been charged a fine for driving with an invalid, rescinded, or suspended license. If you enter the program, a case manager will help you navigate it. If you complete the program successfully, you will obtain a valid driver’s license and charges will be dropped.

The program involves classes, court appearances, and some fees. The fees will be less expensive than the fee for driving with an invalid license. “KEYS2DRIVE” can also help people deal with financial problems like debts.

The program will also save taxpayers money, because putting people in jail costs $864 for a taxpayer. Less people will show up in jail cells thanks to this program. “KEYS2DRIVE” will also hopefully change the cycle of endless incarceration.

This update is brought to you by the Miami traffic ticket attorney team of Hochman & Goldin, P.A. We can assist you with criminal traffic violations and we are ready to answer your questions. Please call 305-665-1000 to speak with one of the Miami criminal traffic lawyers today.

This information is provided for educational or informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. The information is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to substitute for legal advice.

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