How to Avoid Jail Time for Driving on a Suspended License: Avoid Jail Time for Driving

Discover vital legal strategies to avoid jail time for driving on a suspended license with St Petersburg Criminal Defense Attorney Sean McQuaid. Learn about possible defenses, mitigation techniques, and how experienced legal representation can help you navigate your case effectively.

How Much Does a Criminal Defense Lawyer Charge?

The cost of hiring a criminal defense lawyer is important to every one of my criminal defense clients.

When Do I Get a Court Date After an Arrest in Florida?

Updated: February 6, 2024 by Sean McQuaid After an arrest [...]

What Happens if You Drive With a False License Plate in Florida?

If you’ve been caught driving with a false license plate in Florida, then a criminal defense attorney can help you minimize and/or avoid penalties.

What to Do if Charged With Reckless Driving in Florida?

If you've been charged with reckless driving in Florida, you could face severe consequences that can have a life-long impact.

Removing An Ankle Monitor or Ankle Bracelet in Florida

This article will discuss what you need to do in order to have the CAM (continuous alcohol monitors) or GPS (global positions systems) ankle monitor removed.

Getting a Criminal Defense Attorney to Handle Your Case

Getting a criminal defense attorney to handle your case may be the difference between a hopeful future and one with a criminal record.

Types of Criminal Defense Strategies

If you are charged with a crime, there are many criminal defense strategies that you can use to receive justice. Reach out to St. Petersburg Criminal Defense Attorney Sean McQuaid to learn more about your legal rights.

Will You Go to Jail for Driving on a Suspended License?

This article will address how the courts in Pinellas County deal with people who have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license under Florida Statute 322.34.

Arrested in St. Petersburg? What Happens Next?

This article has been written as a guide for navigating the criminal justice system in St. Petersburg. It will address what you can expect regardless of whether your charge is a misdemeanor or a felony.