For nearly 30 years, The Ticket Clinic has been providing legal services to motorists charged with traffic offenses like speeding, suspended license and DUI. Since 1987, our lawyers have defended against over 3,000,000 cases and our national footprint includes 26 offices in Florida.
Our goal, Case Dismissed. No points, no school.
Our legal team services the entire state of Florida including Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Orange, Hillsborough, Lee, Osceola, Volusia counties. We have developed procedures, a knowledge base of technicalities and defense strategies over nearly three decades of representing clients in traffic court. The Ticket Clinic offers these services to drivers who believe in their right to a fair trial when their driving record is at stake.
From a simple speeding ticket to a more complicated matter like a suspended license, grab your ticket and call us at 1-800-CITATION (248-2846) for a free consultation.
Mark S. Gold, Esq., founder of The Ticket Clinic, and The DUI Task Force since 1987, has experience in the defense of traffic offenses, suspended license and DUI. He has defended thousands of DUI cases. Mr. Gold has been featured on The Today Show, Action News, WFTL and WIOD radio, The Miami Herald, the Sun Sentinel and CITILink Magazine. He was appointed to the Traffic Court Rules Committee by The Florida Bar. Twenty years ago, The Miami Herald said: “Gold…doesn’t have a magic wand. What he does have is a battery of defenses aimed at breaking down the government’s case. Gold is a master of traffic technicalities.”
Ted L Hollander, Esq., since 1997 has dedicated his career to those charged with offenses ranging from traffic cases, suspended licenses and DUIs. Mr. Hollander, a former Assistant Public Defender has handled thousand’s of DUI cases and has taken more than 150 DUI cases to jury trial. Featured on The Today Show (NBC national), Fox, ABC, CBS, multiple radio stations, numerous newspapers throughout Florida and the internet, Mr. Hollander has been the source of information for many legal topics, exclusively dealing with topics related to traffic and DUI cases.
Eric M. Beller, is a retired Broward County Judge and former General Magistrate who joined The Ticket Clinic as our CFO in 2016. He brings a wealth of experience in traffic and other areas of the law. As a Judge, he presided over thousands of traffic and traffic criminal cases. Prior to being elected Judge in 2003, Mr Beller was a successful trial lawyer.
Robert Azcano, Esq., a former public defender in the DUI division. Mr. Azcano has defended hundreds of traffic offenses, suspended license and DUI cases throughout the State of Florida, from Dade to Volusia Counties. He has years of experience solely in the DUI field.
Jeff Reynolds, Esq., who practices in our Tampa office, obtained his JD degree from Mercer University, after graduating college at the University of Georgia. After graduating law school, Mr. Reynolds began his legal career at the State Attorney’s office, in Hillsborough County. As a prosecutor, Mr. Reynolds handled well over a thousand traffic and misdemeanor cases, focusing mainly on the offense of DUI. Since joining The Ticket Clinic, a law firm Mr. Reynolds has continued his practice of the defense of DUI and all other traffic related crimes.
Stephen P. Smith. Esq., a former Assistant State Attorney experienced in over 100 jury trials ranging from D.U.I. to murder. Mr. Smith is trained and certified as a law enforcement officer. He has lectured for more than 2000 hours to law enforcement recruits on legal issues and the importance of civil rights. He is a proficient speaker in Spanish after intense language studies and living in South America. Mr. Smith is a former member of a Florida Bar Grievance Committee. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Florida State University College of Law. Mr. Smith handles all criminal cases for our Treasure Coast Clients. These cases range from the most minor offenses through serious D.U.I. cases and all felony cases as well.
William D. Moffatt, Esq., upon graduating from Nova Law School became a Broward County Assistant State Attorney. He later opened his own private practice, exclusively devoted to the defense of suspended drivers license, D.U.I. and Traffic tickets throughout Palm Beach, Broward and Dade counties. He has successfully defended 1000’s of these cases. Mr.. Moffatt wrote the acclaimed 350 page law book, “Florida Traffic Ticket Defense”. This book has been in publication for the past 20 years and is used widely throughout Florida by law firms, State Attorney’s offices and the Public Defenders Offices as the definitive source for Traffic Defense Strategies. He is currently representing clients in the SW Florida office (Ft. Myers) of The Ticket Clinic, handling cases in Ft. Myers, Naples and throughout SW Florida.
Joel L. Mumford, Esq., began his legal career as an Assistant Public Defender in Broward County Florida. There, he handled more than 1400 criminal cases. These cases primarily dealt with issues relating to DUI, traffic and drug cases. Next, Mr. Mumford became lead trial counsel for The Ticket Clinic, in Kissimmee, FL. After approximately 4 years, Mr. Mumford received the distinguished honor of being appointed as The Chief Public Defender in his home county. While there, Mr. Mumford supervised the entire staff and office, including all Assistant Public Defenders in the county. While working as Chief PD, Mr. Mumford worked on many types of criminal cases ranging from DUI to Murder. After accomplishing his intended goals there, Mr. Mumford returned to The Ticket Clinic, to become lead trial counsel in our West Palm Beach office.
Cory Hauser, Esq., obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami in 1996 and his JD degree from Nova University in 1999. Initially, Mr. Hauser worked as an Assistant State Attorney in Broward County, working on DUI/Misdemeanor and Felony cases. Next, Mr. Hauser was employed as corporate counsel for a financial services company in Florida. Since 2010, Mr. Hauser has worked for The Ticket Clinic, handling traffic, DUI and other criminal matters in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Daniel A. Gonzalez, Esq., earned his law degree from Florida International University in 2009. After graduating, Mr. Gonzalez worked as an Assistant Public Defender in Broward County, having handled thousands of criminal cases. These cases included juveniles charged with misdemeanors and felonies, criminal traffic offenses, adults charged with misdemeanors and first, second, and third degree felonies, violations of probation, minimum mandatory charges and life felonies. Mr. Gonzalez has handled over 60 jury and non-jury trials and countless motions and hearings. Mr. Gonzalez is counsel for criminal cases in the firm’s Miami office and is fluent in Spanish.
Brian S. Sandor, Esq., is an Orlando native having obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida before graduating from Michigan State University College of Law. After law school, Mr. Sandor began his legal career as an Assistant State Attorney in Lake County Florida. As a prosecutor, Mr. Sandor handled thousands of criminal traffic and misdemeanor cases before being promoted to circuit court where he prosecuted a wide range of felony cases. Mr. Sandor left the Office of the State Attorney to join The Ticket Clinic without ever having lost a trial as a prosecutor. Mr. Sandor, who also speaks fluent Spanish, now works defending clients on all types of traffic and criminal cases in our Orlando Office, representing clients throughout the Central Florida area.
Jeffery Higgins, Esq. earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and his law degree from Stetson University. He has over a decade of legal experience and has defended hundreds of clients charged with traffic, misdemeanor, and felony offenses. Mr. Higgins currently resides in Ormond Beach and handles cases in our Daytona Beach office, covering Volusia, Flagler, Putnam, St. John’s, Duval, and Nassau counties.
Justin Orosz, Esq. received his undergraduate degree from the University of Dayton in 2001 and his law degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2013. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Orosz worked as a teacher at the high school level and as a basketball coach at the high school, college and professional levels. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Orosz worked as an Assistant Public Defender where he handled over a thousand criminal cases including criminal traffic offenses, DUI as well as other misdemeanor and felony cases. Mr. Orosz works in the Ft. Myers office and handles cases in Charlotte, Collier and Lee Counties.
Francisco Cruz, Esq. who grew up in the Kissimmee area and who is fluent in spanish, practices in our Kissimmee office. Mr. Cruz handles traffic and criminal cases in Osceola, Polk and the surrounding counties. After attending Osceola High School, Mr. Cruz graduated from The University of Central Florida. Next, Mr. Cruz attended The Barry University School of law. After graduating in 2013 , Mr. Cruz joined the Osceola County State Attorney’s office, where he handled hundreds of criminal/DUI/traffic related cases in the central Florida area. While at the State Attorney’s office, Mr. Cruz focused primarily on DUI/Reckless Driving/criminal cases. Now, as lead counsel for the Kissimmee office of The Ticket Clinic, Mr. Cruz handles traffic/criminal /DUI cases throughout central Florida.
William C. “Will” Anderson, Esq. graduated law school in Florida in 2009. Since then he had dedicated his career to clients charged with criminal and traffic offenses. During his time as an attorney, Mr. Anderson has handled thousands of criminal and traffic cases , including high profile media cases, murder cases and capital sexual battery cases. Mr. Anderson has been featured in local, national and international media outlets for his tireless work on behalf of his clients. Mr. Anderson has lectured both attorneys and law students on various areas of criminal law. Mr. Anderson works in our Tampa office representing those accused of traffic offenses, DUI, and all criminal matters, no matter how large or small.
Nick C. Chotos, earned his law degree from St. Thomas University in 2014. Mr. Chotos followed his passion for criminal law and began his legal career as an Assistant Public Defender in Broward County. There he defended thousands of criminal cases ranging from misdemeanors and DUIs to serious felonies. Mr. Chotos now works as lead trial counsel at the firm’s Ft. Lauderdale office, handling all Broward criminal cases.