Our client pulled into a gas station parking lot and stopped in a space designated as handicap only. As the officer from Orlando Police Department pulled up behind the client, he noticed there was no handicap placard hanging from the rear view mirror and that our client’s license plate did not have a handicap tag and that our client’s tag was expired. The officer initiated a traffic stop and ordered our client out of his vehicle. Upon running our client’s tag, the officer determined it was not assigned to our client’s vehicle but to another car. The officer then issued our client a criminal violation for Attaching Tag Not Assigned and two companion civil traffic infractions for parking in a handicap space and expired tag. After hiring our firm the attorney worked in filing a motion to dismiss the criminal charge. After discussing the case with the State Attorney and Judge, the State dismissed the criminal charge against the client and the Judge dismissed the two traffic infractions. All charges were completely dismissed.