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Alachua County



Alachua County is located in northern Florida. The county is growing and has an estimated population of about 228,000 residents. Alachua County is home to the The University of Florida. The Gainesville Police Department, which is located at 413 NW 8th Avenue, is the largest municipal department within the county. Gainesville is the largest city in Alachua County with a population of close to 100,000. The police department along with the Alachua County Sheriffs department are very proactive when it comes to ensuring that all the laws of the county are being met.

The Florida Highway Patrol, like many counties in the state of Florida, is also  active in Alachua County. The highway patrol is aggressive monitoring the highways that pass trough the county looking for motorists who are not following the speed limits. Florida  Highway Patrol employs air craft as well as marked and unmarked cars  in hopes of catching as many motorists as possible. In fact more than 80 percent of the violations that were issued in the last year were for unlawful speed. Violations were also issued for aggressive driving, driving without a license as well as moving violations such as running a red light and failure to stop at stop sign.  Should you find yourself facing traffic violations or criminal charges,  you will find yourself dealing with 8th Judicial circuit of Florida. The Alachua County Courthouse is located at 220 South Main Street in Gainesville. The 5 judges that one may have to go before are as follows: Judge Denise Rae Ferrero, Judge Thomas Jaworski, Judge Walter Green, Judge David Kreider and Judge Robert Groeb. Instead of taking your chances going against any of the 5 county judges, why not have an experienced lawyer on your side? Our law firm has been handling cases in Alachua County for quite some time. If you are facing a criminal or civil case in Alachua County, please give our offices a call today. 
Our law offices cover cases throughout Alachua County. These include Alachua, Archer, Gainesville, Hawthorne, High Springs, LaCrosse, Micanopy, Newberry, Waldo, Haile Plantation and Jonesville. Give our office a call today at 1-800-fight-it so we can discuss the circumstances of your violation. There may be times, depending on the nature of the case, that you will not even need to be present in court. Let us handle your legal matters today. One call to our office can help you to win the battle of your criminal or civil infraction.

 

Legal Resources For Alachua County


• Alachua County Criminal Justice Center220 South Main Street. Gainesville, FL 32601(325)374-3648• Alachua County Sheriff's Office2621 SE Hawthorne Road. Gainesville, FL 32641(325)367-4024• Alachua Police (386) 462-1396• Gainesville Police Department413 NW 8th Ave. Gainesville, FL 32601(352)955-1818• High Springs Police Department110 NW 1st Ave. High Springs, FL 32643. (386)454-1416• University of Florida PoliceBuilding 51, Museum Road. Gainesville, FL 32611. (352)392-1111
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