Saint John's County
St. John's County is located in northeastern Florida. St John's County is home to Ponte Verde Beach, which makes St John's County one of the highest income counties in the state. The current population is close to 165,000. The major law enforcement agency of the county is St. John's County Sheriff's. The other law enforcement agencies include St. Augustine Police Department, St. Augustine Beach Police Department and Florida Highway Patrol.
The law enforcement agencies of the county have a zero tolerance for speeding. This can be seen in the 30,000 moving violations that were issued last year. More than half of those were issued for unlawful speed. Florida Highway Patrol,along with the other law enforcement agencies, use speed traps, pacing, the use of unmarked and marked cars to catch as many speeding motorist as they can. When not issuing moving citation, the law enforcement of St. John's County is busy writing criminal citations for such acts as driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license, fleeing the scene of an accident as well as driving without a valid license. There were over 4,000 criminal citations issued last year.
Our team of experienced lawyers can help if you are facing criminal charges or have been issued citation in St. John's County. Please call us at 1-800-fight- it today. We have been successful handling cases in St John's county for quite some time and are very familiar with the county's 2 judges. The judges for the county are Judge Patty A. Christensen and Judge Charles J. Tinlin. St John's County is part of the 7th Judicial circuit and the county seat, as well as the courthouse, is St. Augustine.
Our office covers all of Saint John's County which includes Hastings, Marineland, St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach, Butler Beach, Crescent Beach, Elkton, Flagler Estates, Fruit Cove, Julington Creek, Nocatee, Palm Valley, Ponte Vedra, Ponte Vedra Beach, Sawgrass, St. Johns, St. Augustine Shores, Summer Haven, Switzerland, Vilano Beach, and Vermont Heights.
Legal Resources For Saint John's County
4015 Lewis Speedway. St Augustine, FL. (904)824-8304
Po Box 1950. St Augustine, FL. (904) 825-1074
2300 A1A South. St. Augustine Beach, FL. (904) 471-3600
Putnam County is located in northeast Florida. The county lies to the south of Jacksonville. Putnam County is home to several state parks and one wildlife reguee. The population of the county is around 75,000. The major law enforcement agency that is responsible for ensuring the laws are being followed is that of the Putnam County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office is assited by the local police departments as well as the Florida Highway Patrol. The local police departments include Cresent City, Interlachen, Palataka, an Welaka. Putnam County is very aggressive when it comes to issuing violations for unlawful speed.
In the last year close to 8,000 moving violations where issued and close to 65 percent of those were due to unlawful speed. Other violations include careless driving and failure to stop at a red light. Putnam County also has a zero tolerance for people who drive under the influence. The sheriff''s office and Florida Highway Patrol have been known to set up DUI checkpoint through the county. Last year over 2,000 criminal citations were issued and over 200 of those were for DUI. Other violations included driving without a valid license, driving with a suspended license, and fleeing the scene of an accident.
Did you know that with an experienced lawyer on your side, you may be able to save your driver's license? If you have been arrested or are facing any charges in Putnam County, please call our office at once. We can be reached at 1-800-Fight-It.
Putnam County is part of the 7th Judicial Circuit. The county has 2 judges that will preside over your case. The county judges are Judge Peter T. Miller an Judge Elizabeth Morris. The county seat is Palatak.
Our office covers all of Putnam County which includes, Bardin, Bostwick, Carraway, East Palatka, Edgar, Florahome, Francis, Fruitland, Georgetown, Hollister, Johnson Crossroads, Lake Como, Mannville, Melrose, Putnam Hall, Rodman, San Mateo, Satsuma, Springside, and Yelvington.
Legal Resources For Putnam County
13 Orie Griffin Blvd. Palatka, FL. (386) 329-0800
410 St. Johns Ave. Palatka. FL. (386) 326-7600
115 N. Summit St. Cresent City, FL. (386) 698-1211
110 N 11th Street. Palatka, FL. (386) 329-0115
400 4th Ave. Welaka, FL. (386) 467-2303
Nassau County is a small but growing county located in northwestern Florida. The current population of the county is said to be around 65,000. The main law enforcement for the county is Nassau County Sheriff's Office. The other police department for the county is the Fernandina Beach Police Department. Both of these 2 agencies work closely with Florida Highway Patrol to enforce all the laws. Florida Highway Patrol is mainly responsible for issuing moving violations both criminal and civil.
In the past year over 6,500 moving violations were issued by the law enforcements of Monroe County. Like most counties, more than half of these were issued for unlawful speed. Florida Highway Patrol uses speed traps, use of laser and radar guns, as well as aircraft to monitor one's speed. There was also close to 1,700 criminal violations issued as well last year. These can range from driving without a license, driving with a suspended license as well as driving under the influence.
Nassau County is part of the 4th Judical Circuit, and the county seat is located in Fernandina Beach. The county has one judge who will preside over any moving violations and misdemeanors that take place in the county. The judge is Judge Granville Burgress.
If you are facing criminal charges in Nassau County or have been issued a citation of any kind, please call us today. We are here to help and can be reached at 1-800-fight-it.
We cover all of Nassau County which includes, Fernandina Beach , Yulee, Callahan ,Amelia City, American Beach, Andrews, Boulogne, Bryceville, Chester, Crandall, Crawford, Dahoma, Dyal, Evergreen, Franklintown, Glenwood, Gross, Hedges, Hero, Ingle, Italia, Keene, Kent, Kings Ferry, Lessie, Nassau Village-Ratliff, Nassauville, O’Neil, Verdie, Yulee Heights, and Yulee.
Legal Resources For Nassau County
76001 Bobby Moore Circle. Yulee, FL. (904) 225-0331
76347 Veteran's Way. Yulee, FL. (904) 548-4600
1525 Lime Street. Fernandina Beach, FL. (904) 227-7342
Marion County is located in North Central Florida. Marion County has a population just around 315,000. The Marion's County Sheriff's Office is the primary law enforcement agency for the county. The sheriff's office is assisted by the Belleview Police Department, Dunnellon Police Department, and the Oscala Police Department. These 4 agencies do work hand in hand with the Florida Highway Patrol.
Marion County has a very aggressive team of law enforcement agencies and they have a focus on catching as many speeding motorists as possible. In the past year over 30,000 moving violations were issued. More than half of these were issued for unlawful speed. One can expect to find speed traps, as well as the use of marked and unmarked cars, pacing as well as the use of aircraft to monitor one's speed. Aside from issuing moving violations, the officials of Marion County issued over 9,000 criminal citations as well. These range from driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license, as well as driving without a valid license.
If you are facing criminal charges or have been issued a violation in Marion County, please call our offices at once. Time is of the essence in all legal matters, so please call us today at 1-800-Fight-It.
The county seat of Marion County is Oscala. Marion County, which is part of the 5th Judicial Circuit, has 4 county judges. The Judges are as follows, John E. Futch, R. James McCune, Steven G. Rogers, and Sarah Williams.
We serve all of Marion County which includes, Belleview, Dunnellon, McIntosh, Ocala, Reddick, Summerfield, Fort McCoy, Marion Oaks, Silver Springs Shore, Salt Springs and Anthony .
Legal Resources For Marion County
692 NW 30th Ave. Ocala, FL. (352) 732-9111
110 NW 1st Avenue. Ocala, FL. (352) 620-3904
5350 SE 110th Street. Belleview, FL. (352) 245-7044
12014 S Williams Street. Dunnellon, FL. (352) 465-8510
402 South Pine Ave. Oscala, FL. (352) 369-7070
Flager County is located on the northeast coast. Latest population data puts the population right around 50,000. The major law enforcement for Flagler County is the Flager's County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office are assisted by the two local police departments which are Bunnell Police Department and Flagler Beach Police Department. These departments are rather small and the majority of arrests and citations issued come from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office. The Florida Highway Patrol is also very active in Flager County and works along side all the law enforcement departments. As a collective unit, the law enforcement of Flager County generally produce 10,000 citations issued on an annual basis. These citations can range from criminal offenses such as driving without a valid license as well as driving under the influence, to moving violations such as running a red light.
Florida Highway Patrol spends most of their time monitoring the highways that run through the county. Flagler County will use speed traps, marked and unmarked cars, aircraft, laser and radar guns as well as the pacing method. Pacing is when Florida Highway Patrol will follow a vehicle for a certain amount of time. During the time the car is being followed, the officers will monitor their speed. If the go over the speed limit, they will then pull them over. Pacing is common in Flagler County, but the good news is we can help you if you have received a citation in Flager County. Please call our offices today, so we can discuss the particulars of your case. We can be reached day or night at 1-800-Fight-It.
The county seat of Flagler County is Bunnell. Flagler County has one courthouse, which is located at 1769 East Moody Blvd in Bunnell. Flager county is part of the 7th Judicial circuit and the county judge is Judge Sharon B. Atack. We have become very familiar with the county's only judge as well as the police departments in Flager County, as we have been serving the area for quite some time. We are standing by to take your call.
We have been serving residents of Flagler County for years in the following locations, Bunnell, Flagler Beach, Palm Coast, Marineland, Beverly Beach, Flagler Estates, Hammock, Painters Hill, Espanola, Bimini, Dupont, Korona, Cody's Corner, Favoretta, St. John's Park, and Daytona North.
Legal Resources For Flagler County
1001 Justice Lane. Bunnell. FL. (386) 437-4116
1769 East Moody Blvd. Bunnell. FL. (386) 313-4400
200 South Pine Street. Bunnell. FL. (386) 437-7508
204 South Flagler Ave. Flagler Beach. FL. (386) 517-2020
Duval County is a rather old county, that was established in 1822. The county is located in northeastern Florida. Duval County has a growing population and at the moment the population is said to be around 780,000 residents of Duval County. The county is home to 2 national protected areas. These are the Fort Caroline National Memorial and the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve. There are many police agencies that are responsible for ensuing and enforcing the laws. All of the departments are rather aggressive. The major police departments include, Atlantic Beach Police Department, Jacksonville Police Department, Jacksonville Beach Police Department, Neptune Beach Police Department and the University of North Florida Police Department.
Duval County is very proactive and all of the police departments work closely with the Duval County's Sheriff's Office and the Florida Highway Patrol. In Duval County, it is very common for the law enforcement agencies to set up sobriety check points. A major crack down on people who drive under the influence can be seen in this county. Last year over 5,000 arrests and citations were issued for DUI. The county is also notorious for using speed traps to catch as many motorists as possible who may not be following the posted speed limits. Florida Highway Patrol uses speed traps as well as aircraft, pacing, motorcycles and the use of marked and unmarked cars equipped with radar and laser guns. If you have received a citation for a criminal or moving violation in Duval County, you will need an experienced lawyer on your side. Please call us today, and let us help fight your violations that you have been issued. All cases are different, so please call us at 1-800-fight-it to discuss the particulars of your case.
The county is part of the 4th judicial circuit. The county seat is Jacksonville. Duval County has 17 different judges that will preside over criminal and civil cases that occurred in the county.
We serve the entire county of Duval, which includes Atlantic Beach, Baldwin, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach and Neptune Beach.
Legal Resources For Duval County
330 East Bay Street # 103. Jacksonville. FL (904) 630-2028
311 W. Monroe Street #110. Jacksonville. FL (904) 549- 1900
501 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, FL (904) 630-0500
850 Seminole Road. Atlantic Beach. FL (904)247-5863
501 East Bay Street. Jacksonville. FL (904) 630-0500
200 Lemon Street. Neptune. FL (904) 270-2413
Clay County is located in Northeast Florida. The population of the county is estimated to be around 140,000. The law enforcement agencies of Clay County are very aggressive. Just last year there were over 22,000 moving violations were issued and most of these where due to unlawful speed. There are three main law enforcement agencies that are responsible for issuing these citations as well as many others. They are the Green Cove Police Department, Middleburg Police Department and Orange Park Police Department. All 3 of these departments work very closely with both the Florida Highway Patrol and the Clay County Sheriff's office to ensure the safety of the community.
Aside form the moving violations that were issued in the last year, close to 3,700 criminal infractions were also issued. These included a number of violations for the following offenses, driving with a suspended license, driving without a valid license as well as driving under the influence. If you receive 3 or more of these above offenses in a 3 year period, you will be considered a habitual offender. This can mean you will lose your license, do not let that happen to you, it may not be to late to save your license. Please call our offices at once and see how we can help you. We can be reached at 1-888-990-8585.
There are many times that we can appear for you in court, and you will not even have to be present. Each case is different, of course so a call to our office would be the first step. We have been servicing the residents of Clay for quite some time now and are very familiar with the local law enforcement of the area as well as the county's only judge. The county judge is Judge Richard R. Townsend. The courthouse as well as the county seat is located in the town of Green Cove Springs. Clay County is part of the 4th judicial circuit.
Our team of experiences lawyers will fight hard for you. If you have been convicted of a criminal infarction or just need to speak with an lawyer regarding any case that may have occurred in Clay County, call us today. We cover the entire county of Clay which includes, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Orange Park, Penney Farms, Lake Asbury, Bellair- Meadowbrook Terrace, Belmore, Clay Hill, Doctor's Inlet, Fleming Island, Lake Geneva, Lakeside, McRae, Middleburg, Virgina Village.
Legal Resources For Clay County
901 North Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs. FL ( 904) 264-6512
915 Walnut Street. Green Cove Springs. FL ( 904) 284- 6372
205 Spring Street. Green Cove Springs. FL. ( 904 ) 529-2220
2025 Smith Street. Orange Park. FL. ( 904) 264-5555
825 North Orange Ave. P.O. Box 698 Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 (904) 269-6302
It is very common to see speed traps and marked and unmarked cars long this major interstate. While the county's main law enforcement agency is the Baker County Sheriff's Office, Florida Highway Patrol works along side the sheriff's office to ensure all the law of the county are being met. In fact the Florida Highway Patrol is extremely aggressive and will use a variety of approved speed measurement devices to catch as many speeding motorists as possible.