This varies a little bit from county to county but generally the case can be resolved with minimal court appearances. In a misdemeanor case all appearances can be waved with the exception of jury selection or trial. Most cases are resolved without a trial in county court (misdemeanor court). In circuit court (felony court) all appearances can be waived except for jury selection, trial or a plea to a felony. If the case is reduced to a misdemeanor a plea in absentia or plea and waiver can be used to close the case. Most suppression motions can be argued without a client but occasionally it is helpful to have a client testify. Retaining a private attorney can save you time and money by avoiding trips back and forth from your home state. This also helps you negotiate from a position of strength. Attorney Kevin J. Pitts is a former Daytona Beach DUI prosecutor that now defends clients in Volusia County, Flagler County, Seminole County, Brevard County, Orange County and Lake County. Daytona Beach Bike Week DUI cases are a common occurrence. Vacation arrests occur throughout Florida but are most common in Volusia County, Brevard County, Orange County and Flagler County as a result of the tourist destinations and beaches. If you are accused of a Daytona Beach Bike Week DUI or other vacation arrest contact attorney Kevin J. Pitts to set up a free consultation. Call 386-451-5112 or 407-883-6853 today.