Scott Hochman and Sunny Goldin, both alumni from University of Miami School of Law, have each been practicing law in Florida for over 18 years. The attorneys have handled more than 180,000 traffic citations in the courts of Miami-Dade and Broward Counties and also represent clients on misdemeanor criminal cases. Below is just a brief bio of this firm’s founding attorneys to become a bit more familiar with the trusted Miami lawyers.
Scott Hochman, Esq. received his Juris Doctorate at the University of Miami School of Law in 1993 and his Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude in the University of Miami in 1990. Once he was admitted to the Florida Bar, Mr. Hochman built his own law practice, representing individuals charged with traffic infractions and criminal offenses, and prior to that had served as a Certified Legal Intern of the Miami-Dade County Public Defender Office. He was also a law clerk for the Federal Trade Commission.
Fellow Hochman & Goldin PA attorney, Sunny Goldin, graduated with her Juris Doctorate the same year as Mr. Hochman at the University of Miami School of Law. Before that, she earned her Bachelor of Sciences from UM in 1990. She is a past member of the Infraction Backlog Committee and is Treasurer of the Florida Traffic Attorney Committee. Additionally, she has assisted as a speaker in the Miami-Dade County Traffic Hearing Officer training programs and, prior to joining Hochman & Goldin P.A., served as a Certified Legal Intern with the American Civil Liberties Union.
Our firm handles cases fighting civil and criminal traffic infractions, speeding tickets, red light and camera violations, and toll violations. For more information on our services, visit our webpage HochmanandGoldin.com or call and speak to a member of our friendly, bilingual staff by calling 305-665-1000. We advised clients to call our firm and speak to our Miami Traffic Attorneys, who can determine the right course of action for you, and who will also represent you in court.
For quite some time now open road tolling has been implemented in South Florida, marking the eradication of nearly all toll booths and making for smoother highway traffic. This effective technology has facilitated the entire process of tolling and now nearly everyone who travels on the Florida Turnpike and other major roadways use a SunPass. Without one during their commute, motorists can possibly experience some troubles.
There are a variety of ways in which drivers in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Gardens counties can receive traffic citations, fines, or other penalties pertaining to Toll-By-Plate Violations. Many motorists accidentally pass through a Sunpass lane without owning a transponder, are unable to pay cash, unknowingly allow the credit card linked to their Sunpass account expire, or forget to pay a Toll-by-plate invoice. Hochman and Goldin, P.A. is offering Toll-By-Plate Violations Services, which are in high demand following the widespread implementation of systems such as MDX and Sunpass that charge drivers based on prerequisite transponders.
The consequences can be expensive, with the typical toll citation in Miami-Dade County being $149, in addition to the amount of unpaid toll fare. Furthermore, such violations can be added to a driving record, especially if the driver fails to pay a toll-by-plate invoice. At Hochman and Goldin, P.A we advise our clients to call our firm and speak to a Miami Traffic Lawyer prior to paying such citations. Our reputable legal team may be able to keep tickets off a driving record, as well as potentially reduce the amount of money owed. Hochman and Goldin, PA. attorneys can be hired by phone (305-665-1000), mail, fax (305-661-7244), email (email@example.com). In addition to these services, we offer the most competitive price for civil traffic infraction services- an amazing flat fee of $69. Additionally, we provide expunging and sealing services for criminal records, and offer consultation in criminal traffic charges.Our services are also available in Spanish.
At Hochman & Goldin, P.A., our services include assisting clients who have been charged with Criminal Traffic Violations. A Driving While License Suspended (DWLS) charge is a Criminal Traffic Violation which, depending on the circumstances, can lead to 3 points against your license along with some more serious consequences. The best way to avoid a charge against you and the resulting hassles is to keep up to date with the status of your driver’s license. You can check the status of your driver’s license at https://services.flhsmv.gov/DLCheck/.
At Hochman & Goldin, P.A., we can assist you in handling any Criminal Traffic Violations you may have been charged with. These cases include Driving While License Suspended (DWLS), Reckless Driving, and Leaving the Scene of an Accident. For a very convenient fee of $69, we can defend a ticket for DWLS. For this easy price, our qualified Miami Traffic Ticket Lawyers will handle your case efficiently, attend all courtroom appearances for you, and work diligently to get your case dismissed. Knowingly DWLS is a more serious charge, that is typically a Misdemeanor but can be a Felony in some cases, possibly resulting in serious consequences on the status of your driver license and record. Our Criminal Traffic Violation Lawyers do handle these cases so contact us that we may discuss your case with you.
In addition to criminal traffic infractions, Hochman & Goldin, P.A handles cases fighting speeding tickets, red light and camera violations, civil traffic infractions, and toll violations (including MDX, toll-by-plate, and Sunpass). We also provide expunging and sealing services for criminal records, and offer consultation in criminal traffic charges. Call our law firm and speak to one of our superb attorneys, who can determine the right course on a case-by-case basis, and save you both time and money. Our Miami Traffic Lawyers can be hired by phone (305-665-1000), mail, fax (305-661-7244), and email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Our friendly staff can help you in English and Spanish.