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J. MANUEL ACEVEDO, P.A.
If you received a ticket while driving in Oviedo traffic,
attorney representation should be seriously considered
If you have been cited for speeding, running a stop sign, improper
lane change, careless driving, or have received an Oviedo traffic
ticket for some other civil traffic infraction, you should know that if
you just elect to pay the traffic ticket, any applicable points will be
assessed against your driving record.
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The Law Offices of J. Manuel Acevedo, P.A., are located at 116 North Park Avenue in Sanford, Florida, 32771.
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Depending on your particular circumstances, we may be able to
have your Oviedo traffic ticket dismissed or resolved without
your having to appear in Court. Additionally, we may be able to
help you avoid the points on your license without your having to
go to traffic school. And, having attorney Acevedo as your traffic
ticket lawyer is more affordable than you may think.
As you probably know, if you get too many points within a certain period of time, your license may be suspended. Twelve
points in twelve months carries a suspension of up to thirty days. Eighteen points in eighteen months carries a suspension of
up to three months. And twenty four points in thirty six months carries a suspension of up to one year.
And even if your driver license is not likely to be suspended, a
few points on your license could cause your insurance to go up
If you just pay the ticket and have too many points, your license
could be suspended as a result of your Oviedo traffic ticket
The most common traffic tickets carry three or four points,
although a few traffic infractions carry six points. So regardless of
whether you have received a number of traffic tickets as a result of
several stops by the police or if you have received a number of
traffic tickets as a result of one stop, the points can add up.
Just paying your Oviedo traffic ticket would mean that you would have to accept the points on your license that are
applicable as a result of your Oviedo traffic ticket. And those points could lead to an increase in the insurance rates that you
pay. Therefore, you should try to avoid having any points on your license. Fortunately, under some circumstances, you may
avoid any points by electing the traffic school option. However, before you decide, you should call us.
Fortunately, you may not have to miss work to go to Court and
we may be able to get your Oviedo traffic ticket dismissed
The city of Oviedo was named by its first postmaster, Andrew Aulin. Aulin, who was born in Sweden, was an
early settler and shop owner in the Lake Jesup community, part of which became the city of Oviedo.
In 1879, residents of the soon to be named Oviedo area needed an easily accessible post office and Aulin
decided to file the requisite paperwork. Aulin wanted a unique name for the post office and wanted a Spanish
name that would go with the Spanish name of the state.
He decided to name the post office Oviedo after the University of Oviedo located in northern Spain. Some
say Aulin actually visited the University of Oviedo. However, others say he just liked the sound of the Spanish
pronunciation of "Oviedo."
Regardless of whether Aulin visited the University of Oviedo or not, the residents kept the Oviedo name, and
in 1925 incorporated the city of Oviedo. At that time, Oviedo had roughly 800 residents. Today, the city of
Oviedo has over thirty four thousand residents.
Credit: Richard Adicks and Donna Neely | Oviedo: A Biography of a Town | Oviedo Historical Society | City of Oviedo