Open Container Ticket Defense Lawyers

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Florida Ticket Firm You can drive with an open container of water. You can drive with an open container of coffee. You can drive with an open container of soda. You can drive with an open container of energy drink. You can’t drive with an open container of alcohol or an open container of anything containing alcohol.

In Florida, driving with an open container of alcohol is illegal. Driving with an open container of alcohol is illegal because Florida lawmakers have determined that an open container of alcohol in a moving motor vehicle makes it easier for the driver of that moving motor vehicle to drink and drive and potentially be driving under the influence (DUI). Drunk driving is illegal and so is driving with an open container of alcohol that could lead to drunk driving.

Likewise, it is illegal to be stopped or parked in, or on, a motor vehicle with an open container of alcohol on a Florida road, highway, interstate or alley. If you have a container of alcohol in, or on, your car, it better be sealed or you could face a traffic citation for possession of an open container of alcohol.

If you have received an Open Container Ticket, our experienced traffic ticket defense lawyers know how to attack the open container citation and how to seek to have the open container ticket dismissed.

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If you have received a Florida Uniform Traffic Citation for possession of an open container of alcohol as a driver or a passenger, Florida Ticket Firm and its experienced traffic ticket defense lawyers know how to attack the open container citation and how to seek to have the open container ticket dismissed. Florida Ticket Firm’s experienced traffic citation defense attorneys know the legal technicalities that might make the open container ticket invalid.

If you have received an open container citation in Broward County, Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach County, St. Lucie County or Martin County, call Florida Ticket Firm toll-free at 844.FLA.FIRM for a FREE CONSULTATION with one of our knowledgeable and experienced South Florida Open Container lawyers.

Florida Ticket Firm can help.