The SunPass (often called the E-Pass) was created for your convenience on highways like 408, 417, 520, 429 and the Florida Turnpike. However, many people face consequences each year when their pass fails to work. Some people are charged with toll violations — without realizing that they have ever done anything wrong.

Unfortunately, the Florida statute on toll violations has recently changed. Toll violations are now considered to be a moving violation. This means that the consequences of violations are now increased, and can even lead to increased insurance prices, license suspension and other traffic violations like driving while license suspended or revoked.

Experienced Lawyers Helping You Avoid the Consequences of a Toll Violation

At Moses and Rooth Attorneys at Law, in Orlando, we help Florida drivers avoid these serious consequences by taking effective action in state courts. Our skilled lawyers use years of experience to help clients achieve the best possible results. We have extensive experience handling toll violations by working with traffic courts and toll agencies, like the DOT and the Expressway Authority.

We are former prosecutors who know the criminal justice system from the inside. We help our clients understand how the system works and what you can expect to happen. We have extensive experience at every level of criminal litigation. While we are capable of resolving matters at pre-trial hearings, we also prepare for trial. We examine the evidence, talk to witnesses and review records to build the strongest possible defense.