Have you received a red light camera violation ticket in Miami, or any other city in Miami-Dade County, Florida? If
so you have come to the right place. Our traffic ticket attorney has experience fighting red light camera tickets.
Recently, we have
been receiving a lot calls from motorists complaining about red light camera tickets. On July 1, 2010, after many legal challenges,
a new State law came into effect that allows cities to install red light cameras, and issue tickets for violations. Since
then, red light cameras have been popping up at intersections all over Miami-Dade County.
Cities claim that red light cameras are being
installed for safety reasons. However, many drivers believe that red light cameras are being installed by the cities only
to generate revenue.
If you have been mailed a Notice of Violation, you have 30 days to pay a fine of $158. If the violation
is not paid within 30 days, the fine is increased to $277, a Uniform Traffic Citation (UFC) is issued, and the case is sent
to the Miami-Dade Clerk of Court.
Once your red light camera ticket has been sent to the Miami-Dade Clerk of Court you
can hire us to fight it. In Miami-Dade County, our legal fee is $49 to fight a red light camera ticket. Court costs, if any,
When we go to Court for you, we will review a video of the incident with a hearing officer, or Judge. We will then
be permitted to make objections, and present evidence on your behalf. If we are not able to get the violation dismissed,
you will be responsible for the payment of court costs. No matter how you choose to resolve your red light camera ticket,
no points will be assessed, and the violation cannot be used to raise your insurance rates
Miami Dade County, Florida includes the following
cities: Miami, Sweetwater, Hialeah Gardens, Hialeah, Miami Lakes, Pinecrest, Princeton, Palmetto Bay, Cutler Ridge, South
Miami, Florida City, Key Biscayne, Miami Gardens, Surfside, Aventura, Miami Shores, North Miami, Kendall, Coral Gables, Coconut
Grove, Miami Beach, Doral, and Homestead.