Charge- Expired DL over 6 months
Result- Charge reduced to civil infraction

Client was charged with having an expired driver’s license for more than 6 months.  Client is not a citizen of the United States and at the time was dealing with several immigrations issues of which a criminal charge would have been very damaging.  Due to such immigrations issues, Client was issued previously a little used special extension on his driver’s license.  The citing officer was unfamiliar with this extension and incorrectly charged Client with a criminal charge.  After researching the law, contacting the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, and receiving a letter saying the license was not expired for 6 months or longer at the time of citation, Jason Mayberry was able to convince the State Attorney’s Office to reduce the criminal charge to a civil infraction.

DUI Case Results:

STATE v. TE
STATE v. KS
STATE v. DB
STATE v. JS
STATE v. DF
STATE v. JM
STATE v. SR
STATE v. EC-F
STATE v. JM
STATE v. LW
STATE v. TH
STATE v. RS

Susp. License / Traffic Case Results

STATE v. DP
STATE v. JS
STATE v. LB
STATE v. CC
STATE v. BC
STATE v. AB
STATE v. EG
STATE v. RG
STATE v. HD
STATE v. HJ

Domestic Injunction Hearings

NM v. NM
SH, TN v. MR

Felony Case Results

STATE v. AA
STATE v. NS
STATE v. KS
STATE v. MB
STATE v. AF
STATE v. BA
STATE v. MC a child
STATE v. SV
STATE v. MR
STATE v. MB
STATE v. SM
STATE v. RS
STATE v. CT
STATE v. CM
STATE v. GS
STATE v. DB

Misdemeanor Case Results

State v. DA
State v. RR
STATE v. GC
STATE v. JW
STATE v. JC
STATE v. FC
STATE v. HS

Federal Case Results

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Domestic Injuction Hearings

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