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Okeechobee County is located right in the middle of the state of Florida. A relatively small county with a population just shy of 40,000. The 3 major law enforcement agencies for this county are Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office, Okeechobee Police Department and Florida Highway Patrol. The bulk of the citations that were issued last year came from the Okeechobee County Sheriffs office. They were responsible for issuing just shy of 2,000 moving violations last year. Most of those infractions were for unlawful speed.

 

Okeechobee County's location allows many people to travel through the county to get other locations in the state. Due to this reason Florida Highway Patrol is extremely aggressive in trying to catch as many speeding motorists as possible. All of the law enforcement in the county use the latest technology and all approved speed measuring devices. The law enforcement agencies are tough and if you are facing criminal charges or have received citations in this county, you will need a tough and experienced lawyer. Please call our law offices today at 1-800-fight-it and see how we can help you.

 

The county seat is Okeechobee and the county only has one county judge. The judge is Judge Jerald Bryant. Judge Bryant is responsible for hearing all misdemeanors and civil cases where the county's 2 circuit judges will hear all criminal cases. Okeechobee County is part of the 19th Judicial circuit and the 2 circuit judges are Judge Lawerence Mirman and Judge F. Shields McManus.

 

We cover cases in all of Okeechobee County which includes, Okeechobee, Cypress quarters, Taylor Creek, Ancient Oaksy, Catterson, Barber Quarters, Basinger, Basswood Estates, Fort Drum, Hilolo, Mildred, Sherman, Treasure Island, Upthegrove Beach, Whispering Pines and Four Seasons.

 

Legal Resources For Okeechobee County

Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office
504 NW 4th Street. Okeechobee, FL. (863) 763-3117

Okeechobee County Courthouse
304 NW 2nd Street. Room 101. Okeechobee, FL. (863) 763-2131

Okeechobee Police Department
55 SE 3rd Ave. Okeechobee, FL. (863) 763-5521

 

Seminole County

 

Seminole County is located to the south of Orlando and the the north of Daytona Beach. Seminole County is part of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford metropolitan area. The current population estimates place the population around 413,000. Due to the size of the county, there are several law enforcement agencies that are responsible for enforcing the laws. The primary one being the Seminole County Sheriff's Office. Other law enforcement agencies include Florida Highway Patrol, Altamonte Springs Police Department, Casselberry Police Department, Lake Mary Police Department, Longwood Police Department, Sanford Police Department and Winter Springs Police Department. All of the law enforcement agencies work together and are all quite aggressive when it comes to ensuring all the laws of the county are being followed.

 

In the last year the county saw over 71,000 moving violations. It is interesting to note that only 1/3rd of these were for unlawful speed. Running a red light was another huge reason for law enforcement to write up these citations. Other moving violations included failure to stop at a stop sign and careless driving. Our team of experienced lawyers have been successful handling cases in Seminole County for quite some time now. If you have a criminal violation or have received any type of moving violation, please call our offices at 1-800-fight- it.

 

Seminole County has 4 courthouse's and is part of the 18th Judicial Circuit. The county has six judges who are responsible for hearing the cases. These are Judges Carmine Bravo, Jerri Collins, Ralph Eriksson, Mark Herr, Donald Marblestone and John Woodward.

 

We serve all of Seminole County which includes, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Chulutota, Fern Park, Geneva, Lake Mary, Midway, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford, Wekiwa Springs and Winter Springs.

 

Legal Resources For Seminole County

  • Seminole County Sheriff's Office

100 N Bush Blvd. Sanford, FL. (407) 665-6650

  • Seminole County Courthouse

301 North Park Ave. Sanford, FL. ( 407) 665-4330

  • Altamonte Springs Police Department

175 Newburyport Ave. Altamonte Springs, FL. (407) 339-2441

  • Casselberry Police Department

4195 South US Highway 17-92. Casselberry, FL. (407) 262-7616

  • Lake Mary Police Department

165 East Crystal Lake Ave. Lake Mary, FL. (407) 585-1330

  • Longwood Police Department

235 West Church Ave. Longwood, FL. (407) 260-3400

  • Sanford Police Department

815 S French Ave. Sanford, FL. (407) 688-5070

  • Winter Springs Police Department

300 North Moss Road. Winter Springs, FL. (407) 327-1000

 

Polk County
 

Polk County is located in central Florida. The current estimated population is around 500,000.

The major law enforcement agency for the county is Polk County Sheriff's Office. There are several other local police departments that assist both the Polk County's Sheriff's Office as well as the Florida Highway Patrol. These include Bartow, Eagle Lake,Auburndale, Cypress, Davenport, Dundee, Eaglelake, Fort Meade, Frostproof, Haines City Lakeland, and Winter Haven Police Departments. All of the law enforcement agencies in the county are very proactive when it comes to enforcing the laws of the county.

 

The law enforcement agencies wrote over 80,000 moving violations in the last year. Most of these were for unlawful speed, as well as running a red light and careless driving. Florida Highway Patrol is known to set up speed traps, as well as using aircraft in hopes of catching as many speeding motorist as possible. Aside from issuing moving violations the county saw over 20,000 criminal violations in the last year. Most of these were for motorists being in violation of Florida Statue 322.03, which is driving with a suspended license, and violation of Florida Statue 322.34 which is driving without a valid license.

 

If you have been arrested or issued a citation in Polk County, please call our offices today at 1-800-fight-it. It may not be to late to save your drivers license, each case is different so please call us right away.

 

Polk County is part of the 10th Judicial circuit, and has 10 county judges that are responsible for hearing your case. The county seat is Bartow, where the courthouse is also located.

We handle all cases in Polk County which includes the following areas, Lakeland, Winter Haven, Haines city, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake Wales, Ft. Meade, Lake Alfred, Mulberry, Dundee, Eagle lake, Davenport, Polk City, Lake Hamilton, Hillcrest Heights, Highland Park Babson Park, Brewster, Combee Settlement, Crooked Lake Park, Crystal Lake, Cypress Gardens, Fussels Corner, Gibsonia, Highland City, Homeland, Imwood, Jan Phyl Village, Kathleen, Lakeland Heights, Loughman, Medulla, Nalcrest, Pittsburg, Poinciana, Wahneta, Waverly, Willow Oak and Winston.

 

 

 

Legal Resources For Polk County

  • Polk County Sheriff's Office

1891 Jim Keene Blvd. Winter Haven. FL. (863)298-6200

  • Polk County Courthouse

255 N. Broadway Ave. Bartow, FL. (863) 534-4540

  • Bartow Police Department

450 N. Broadway Ave. Bartow, FL. (863) 534-5034

  • Eagle Lake Police Department

75 N 7th Street. Eagle Lake, FL. (863) 293-5677

  • Lakeland Police Department

219 N. Massachusetts Ave. Lakeland, FL. (863) 834-6900

  • Winter Haven Police Department

125 N Lake Silver Drive. Winter Haven, FL. (863) 291-5858

 

Pinellas County

 

Pinellas County is located within the Tampa metropolitan area. Pinellas County has a population over 1 million with the largest city being St. Petersburg. Pinellas County is also referred to as the Tampa Bay area. Pinellas County has several law enforcement agencies, with Pinellas County Sheriff's Office being the major one. The other police departments include Bellair, Bellair Beach, Clearwater, Gulfport, Indian Shores, Kenneth City, Largo, Pinellas Park, St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Beach, Tarpon Springs, and Treasure Island. All of the law enforcement agencies do also work with Florida Highway Patrol to help enforce all traffic laws within the county.

Pinellas County law enforcement agencies are all very aggressive and not shy when it comes to making arrests or issuing violations of any sort. In the last year over 115,000 moving violations were issued. More than half of these were for unlawful speed. Florida Highway Patrol uses speed traps, aircraft, pacing and various other methods to catch motorists who have been speeding. The last year also saw over 30,000 criminal violations as well. These violations included driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license, and driving without a valid license.

 

If you are facing criminal charges or have been issued a violation in Pinellas County, you will need to assistance of an experienced law firm. Our law firm, which has an office in Pinellas County, has been handling cases for people in Pinellas County for quite some time. Please call our office right away at 1-800-Fight- It, so we can discuss the particulars of your case. Please do so before you have to go up against one of the 18 county judges. Due to the size of the county, there are 3 courthouses. The main courthouse is located at 315 Court Street in Clearwater. The county is part of the 6th Judicial Circuit and the county seat is located in Clearwater.

 

Our office represents people charges with criminal or ticket charges in all Pinellas cities and counties. That would include Bellair, Bellair Beach, Bellair Bluffs, Bellair Shore, Clearwater, Dunedin, Gulfport, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Kenneth City, Largo, Madeira Beach, North Redington Beach, Oldsmar, Pinellas Park, Redington Beach, Redington Shores, Safety Harbor, Seminole, South Pasadena, St. Pete Beach, St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Treasure Island, Bay Pines, East Lake, Feather Sound, Gany, Harbor Bluffs, Palm Harbor, Ridgecrest, South Highpoint, Tierra Verde, and West and East Lealman.

 

Legal Resources For Pinellas County

  • Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

Largo, FL. (727)582-6200

  • Pinellas County Courthouse

315 Court Street. Clearwater, FL. (727)464-3267

  • Clearwater Police Department

645 Pierce Street. Clearwater, FL. (727) 562-4242

  • Largo Police Department

201 Highland Ave. Largo, FL. ( 727)-586-7427

  • St Pete Beach Police Department

200 76th ave. St Pete Beach, Fl. (727) 363-9200

  • Treasure Island Police Department

1          80 108th Ave. Treasure Island, FL. (727) 547-4595

 

Pasco County
 

Located just northwest of Tampa is Pasco County. Pasco County is said to be one of the fastest growing counties and currently has a population right around 500,00. Pasco County is home to 5 higher education facilitates as well as several national parks. The major law enforcement agency for the county is the Pasco County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office is assisted by Dade City Police Department, New Port Richey Police Department, Port Richey Police Department and Zephyrills Police Department. Just like most counties in the state of Florida, all the agencies work closely with Florida Highway Patrol. Pasco County is very proactive when it comes to enforcing the laws.

 

A crack down on speeding motorist led to over 40,000 moving violations being issued last year. More than half of those were for unlawful speed. Pasco County uses aircraft, speed traps, pacing, the use of marked and unmarked cars equipped with laser and radar, as well as motorcycles to catch as many speeding motorists as they can. Pasco County is not shy about issuing criminal violations as well. These violations often include driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license as well as fleeing the scene of an accident.

 

Pasco County is part of the 6th Judicial Circuit. There are 2 courthouse's located in Pasco County. The main courthouse is located in the county seat of Dade City while the other courthouse is located New Port Richey. The county has 7 judges who preside over all cases that occur in the county. These are Judges, Robert P. Cole, Paul Firmani, Debra Roberts, Marc H. Salton, William G. Sestak, Candy Vandevar and Anne Wansboro.

 

If you are facing any criminal or traffic volition charges that have occurred in Pasco County, please call our law firm at once. We can be reached at 1-800-Fight-It. Call us right away so we can discuss the facts surrounding your case.

 

We handle cases or tickets in Dade City, New Port Richey, Port Richey, San Antonio, St. Leo, Zephyrhills, Aripeka, Bayonet Point, Beacon Square, Blanton, Crystal Springs, Dade City North, Elfers, Holiday, Hudson, Jasmine Estates, Lacoochee, Land O’Lakes, New Port Richey East, Odessa, Saint Joseph, Shady Hills, Trinity and Wesley Chapel.

 

Legal Resources For Pasco County

  • Pasco County Sheriff's Office

8700 Citizens Drive. New Port Richey, FL. (727) 847-5878

  • Pasco County Courthouse ( main)

38053 Live Oak Ave. Dade City. FL. (800) 368-4274

  • Pasco County Courthouse (annex)

7350 Little Road. New Port Richey, FL. (727) 464-4470

  • Dade City Police Department

38042 Pasco Ave. Dade City. FL. (352) 521-1495

  • New Port Richey Police Department

6739 New Port Richey, FL. (727) 841-4550

  • Port Richey Police Department

6333 Ridge Road. Port Richey, FL. (727) 816-1919

  • Zephyrhills Police Department

6118 8th Street. Zephyrhills, FL. (813) 780-0050

 

Osceola County
 

Osceola County is located in central Florida. Recent statistic put the population of the county right around 244,000. Osceola County is said to be the 17th fastest growing county in the United States. Osceola County is home to such famous hotspots as Kissimmee and St. Cloud, making this county a very popular tourist location. The major law enforcement agencies for this county include Osceola County Sheriff's Office, Kissimmee Police Department, St Cloud Police Department and Florida Highway Patrol. All of the law enforcement agencies are proactive and employ many measures in hopes to issues as many citations as possible.

 

In the last year alone close to 61,000 moving violations were issued. Over 50 percent of these were issued for unlawful speed. The law enforcement agencies use speed traps, pacing, marked and unmarked cars equipped with radar and laser guns as well as aircraft to deal with people who are not following the posted speed limits. The county also saw around 8,500 criminal violations as well. These ranged from driving under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident, driving on a suspended license as well as driving without a valid license.

 

Our team of experienced lawyers can help you if you have are facing criminal charges or have been issued a citation in Osceola County. Please call our office today at 1-800-fight-it, so we can discuss the details of your case. Please do so before you go up against the 4 county judges of Osceola County.

 

Osceola County is part of the 9th Judicial circuit and the county seat is Kissimmee. The four judges who will preside over your case are as follows, Judge Carol Draper, Judge Hal Epperson, Judge Stefania Jancewicz, and Judge Ronald Legendre.

We cover all of Osceola County which includes Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Buenaventura Lakes, Campbell, Celebration, Deer Park, Harmony, Holopaw, Kenansville, Poinciana, Reedy Creek Improvement District, and Yeehaw Junction.


 

Legal Resources For Osceola County

  • Osceola County Sheriff's Office

2601 East Irlo Bronson Highway. Kissimmee, FL. (407) 348-2222

  • Osceola County Courthouse

2 Courthouse Square. Kissimmee, FL. (407) 343-3500

  • Kissimmee Police Department

8 North Stewart Ave. Kissimmee, FL. (407) 846-3333

  • St Cloud Police Department

4700 Neptune Road. St Cloud, FL. (407) 891-6700

 

Orange County

Orange County is home to Orlando, Florida. Orlando is home to one of the biggest tourist spots in America, and that is Disney World and Epcot Center. Orange County's population is estimated to be over just 1 million residents. Due to the popularity of this county, the law enforcement agencies are very aggressive. Oraange County has many police departments which include, Orange County Sheriffs Office, Apopka, Conway , Eatonville, Edgewood, Maitland, Oakland, Ocoee, Orlando, University of Central Florida, Windermere, Winter Garden, and Winter Park. All of the law enforcement agencies also work closely with Florida Highway Patrol and are not shy about issuing violations of any kind.

 

Last year the combination of the law enforcement agencies issued over 237,000 moving violations. It is no surprise that close the half of these were issued for unlawful speed. It is interesting to note that a large majority of these citations were issues for running a red light. Florida Highway Patrol is very proactive when it comes aggressive drivers. Florida Highway Patrol has created their own squad, known as I-4 squad, whose main function is to catch speeding motorists.

 

Orange County has 18 county judges who are responsible for presiding over both criminal and civil cases. Orange County is part of the 9th Judicial Circuit and the county seat is Orlando. Our law firm has been successfully representing individuals who are facing criminal charges or have been issued violations in Orange County. If you are facing charges or need to speak with an experienced and aggressive lawyer, please call our offices at 1-800-Fight-It. We can be reached at anytime, and are ready to put our experience to work for you. Do not wait any longer, call us today.

 

We can handle cases in all of Orange County which includes, Apopka, Conway , Eatonville, Edgewood, Maitland, Oakland, Ocoee, Orlando, University of Central Florida, Windermere, Winter Garden, Winter Park, Azalea Park, Bay Hall, Bithlo, Christmas, Conway, Doctor Phillips, Fairview Shores, Goldenrod, Gotha, Holden Heights, Hunters Creek, Lake Butler, Lake Hart, Lockhart, Meadow Woods, Oak Ridge, Orlo Vista, Paradise Heights, Pine Castle, Pine Hills, Rio Pinar, Sky Lake, South Apopka, Taft, Tangelo Park, Tangerine, Union Park, University Park, and Vineland.

 

Legal Resources For Orange County

  • Orange County Sheriff's Office

2500 West Colonial Drive. Orlando, FL. ( 407) 836-4357

  • Orange County Courthouse

425 N. Orange Ave. Orlando, FL. (407) 836-2060

  • Eatonville Police Department

11 Peoples Street. Eatonville, FL. (407) 623-1300

  • Edgewood Police Department

5565 S Orange Ave. Edgewood, FL. (407) 851-2820

  • Oakland Police Department

540 East Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL. ( 407) 656-9797

  • Orlando Police Department

100 South Hughey Ave. Orlando, FL. (407) 246-2470

  • Winter Park Police Department

500 North Virginia Ave. Winter Park, FL. (407) 644-1313

 

Okeechobee County
 

Okeechobee County is located right in the middle of the state of Florida. A relatively small county with a population just shy of 40,000. The 3 major law enforcement agencies for this county are Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office, Okeechobee Police Department and Florida Highway Patrol. The bulk of the citations that were issued last year came from the Okeechobee County Sheriffs office. They were responsible for issuing just shy of 2,000 moving violations last year. Most of those infractions were for unlawful speed.

 

Okeechobee County's location allows many people to travel through the county to get other locations in the state. Due to this reason Florida Highway Patrol is extremely aggressive in trying to catch as many speeding motorists as possible. All of the law enforcement in the county use the latest technology and all approved speed measuring devices. The law enforcement agencies are tough and if you are facing criminal charges or have received citations in this county, you will need a tough and experienced lawyer. Please call our law offices today at 1-800-fight-it and see how we can help you.

 

The county seat is Okeechobee and the county only has one county judge. The judge is Judge Jerald Bryant. Judge Bryant is responsible for hearing all misdemeanors and civil cases where the county's 2 circuit judges will hear all criminal cases. Okeechobee County is part of the 19th Judicial circuit and the 2 circuit judges are Judge Lawerence Mirman and Judge F. Shields McManus.

 

We cover cases in all of Okeechobee County which includes, Okeechobee, Cypress quarters, Taylor Creek, Ancient Oaksy, Catterson, Barber Quarters, Basinger, Basswood Estates, Fort Drum, Hilolo, Mildred, Sherman, Treasure Island, Upthegrove Beach, Whispering Pines and Four Seasons.

 

Legal Resources For Okeechobee County

  • Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office

504 NW 4th Street. Okeechobee, FL. (863) 763-3117

  • Okeechobee County Courthouse

304 NW 2nd Street. Room 101. Okeechobee, FL. (863) 763-2131

  • Okeechobee Police Department

55 SE 3rd Ave. Okeechobee, FL. (863) 763-5521

 

 
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