Court Announcements
Fall Term Internship and Volunteer positions are now open.

Fall Term Internship and Volunteer positions are now open.

Fall Term Internship and Volunteer positions are now open.

0 Comments
Article rating: No rating
Florida Supreme Court Warns of Phone or Email Scams Claiming Bogus Court Proceedings

Florida Supreme Court Warns of Phone or Email Scams Claiming Bogus Court Proceedings

The Florida Supreme Court is warning of several widespread email and phone scams that try to trick people by saying they must come to a Florida state court to face charges or must pay money related to a Florida state court action. 

 

0 Comments
Article rating: No rating
Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center to Reopen on Friday, Aug. 4th, for Family and Domestic...

Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center to Reopen on Friday, Aug. 4th, for Family and Domestic...

The Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center, located at 175 NW 1st Avenue, will reopen on Friday, August 4th, for Family and Domestic Violence cases. The Probate Division will reopen on Monday, August 7th.

 

0 Comments
Article rating: No rating
Availability of Electronic Filing in the Circuit Appellate Division

Availability of Electronic Filing in the Circuit Appellate Division

Effective Monday, July 10, 2017, attorneys who practice in the Circuit Appellate Division will be able to utilize the eFiling portal for Circuit Appellate Division cases.

0 Comments
Article rating: No rating
NEW INTERNSHIP: GRANTS RESEARCH / WRITER

NEW INTERNSHIP: GRANTS RESEARCH / WRITER

New Internship position for a Grants Research / Writer is now available.

0 Comments
Article rating: No rating
RSS
12345Last

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Driver License Suspended? Drive Legal May Be Able to Help

The Eleventh Judicial Circuit’s Drive Legal program helps eligible individuals restore their suspended driver licenses via community service hours and traffic school when appropriate.

Participation costs $175 and enables drivers with suspended licenses to be removed from collection agencies and pay off fines through community service, ultimately reducing the amount of court costs to be paid. Remaining court costs may be placed on a payment plan if needed. When appropriate, Drive Legal may assign a traffic school course, which withholds a percentage of points from being placed on an individual’s license, which could otherwise result in a point suspension of their driver’s license.

Drive Legal helps approximately 12,000 people each year, with an average of 300,000 community service hours completed – resulting in significant cost savings to the publicly funded criminal justice system and benefits to the community.
 

  • Watch our Community Connect Online video podcast on Drive Legal here.
     
  • View frequently asked questions about Drive Legal here.
     
  • Make an appointment with a Drive Legal counselor here.
     
  • Questions? Leave a detailed message at (305) 548-5363 and a Drive Legal counselor will return your call.

 

 

 

 

More links

Print
0 Comments
Rate this article:
No rating

Categories: Court Announcements + Home RotatorNumber of views: 7243

Tags: