If you are arrested for or issued a citation for a Volusia County no valid driver’s license you need to speak with a Daytona Beach no valid driver’s license attorney as soon as possible. Daytona Beach driver’s license lawyer Kevin J. Pitts knows how to defend these cases. Driving on an expired license is the second most common criminal traffic offense in Volusia County behind only driving on a suspended license with knowledge. Under Florida law it’s a crime to drive on a Florida highway without a valid driver’s license. If you have been arrested or issued a ticket for a Daytona Beach no valid driver’s license or DeLand no valid driver’s license contact experienced Volusia County no valid driver’s license attorney Kevin J. Pitts today at 386-451-5112 to discuss your rights and legal options. With the assistance of Kevin J. Pitts it is possible to avoid court and a criminal conviction if you can reinstate your driving privileges. Assistant State Attorneys in Florida will often amend the charge of no valid driver’s license to a civil infraction (non-criminal ticket) like failure to display a valid driver’s license if you are able to get your Florida license back within a reasonable time period. If this is not possible Mr. Pitts will work towards negotiating the best possible resolution in your case so you can avoid a conviction and harsh criminal penalties. This often occurs for driver’s that are not yet United States citizens. Under Florida law, the crime of no valid driver’s license is classified as a second degree misdemeanor, with a maximum penalty of up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine. Although the majority of cases will not result in a jail sentence, the principal consequence of a No Valid License conviction is that it results in a permanent criminal record for the accused that will prevent you from ever being able to seal or expunge your record. Experienced Deltona no valid driver’s license attorney Kevin J. Pitts is just a phone call away. Mr. Pitts has prosecuted and defended no valid driver’s license cases in Volusia County. The initial consultation is always free. Call 386-451-5112 to discuss your legal options with our Daytona Beach no valid driver’s license attorneys. We have offices located in Sanford and Daytona Beach and regularly handle cases from Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, Holly Hill, Ormond Beach, Ponce Inlet, Port Orange, South Daytona, New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, Oak Hill, Barberville, Debary, DeLand, De Leon Springs, Deltona, Glenwood, Lake Helen, Orange City, Pierson, and Seville.