Florida Supreme Court puts up a stop sign to company that helps drivers fight traffic tickets

“Here, the record contains no evidence that the public received any incompetent, unethical, or irresponsible representation due to TIKD’s business,” wrote Couriel, who was joined in the dissent by Justices Ricky Polston and Carlos Muniz. “The lawyers to whom TIKD introduced its users were all members of the Florida Bar, subject to its rules and to its (and our) discipline. We have been directed to no alleged malpractice, or even dissatisfaction, involving lawyers matched with their clients by TIKD.”