Thirteen people whose drivers license were suspended or revoked were arrested after they drove away fromcourt in Delray Beach, Florida. Florida Highway Patrol troopers stopped the thirteen individuals shortly after they left the parking lot of the courthouse knowing that each had lost their driving privileges.
Undercover officers in plain cloths attended the court session in which a judge had suspended these indivisuals drivers licenses and warned each of them not to drive until their driver license had been reinstated. After observing the violators drive off, uniformed troopers were notified and the individuals stopped and arrested.
The crackdown is part of a statewide sting operation by the Florida Highway Patrol targeting those who drive to and from court proceedings despite having their drivers license suspended.
If you have been arrested for driving on a suspended license and are facing criminal prosecution in either Orange County or Seminole County court, please contact the defense firm of Tilden Law for a free case evaluation, 407-599-1234.