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Santa Rosa County


Santa Rosa County lies in the Florida panhandle. The population of the county is said to be close to 150,000 and growing. Santa Rosa County has seen an influx of residents and is one of the top 100 growing counties in the United States. The major law enforcement for the county is the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office is assisted by Florida Highway Patrol, Milton Police Department, and the Gulf Breeze Police Department. Due to the growing economy, all of the law enforcement agencies have become more and more aggressive when it comes to law enforcement.


There were over 20,000 moving violations issued in the past year. The majority of these were due to unlawful speed. Florida Highway Patrol uses many measures to catch speeding motorists including the use of aircraft. The pilot and the troopers assist each other when the use of aircraft is being used. The pilot clocks cars with a stopwatch and then radios to a trooper on the ground who pulls the vehicle over. Both the pilot and the stopping trooper are required to appear in court in order for the violation to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.


Have you been issued a criminal citation or moving violation in Santa Rosa County? Our team of experienced lawyers is standing by to assist you. Please call us today at 1-800-fight-it so we can discuss the particulars of your case. Santa Rosa County is part of the 1st Judicial Circuit. The county has 2 county judges, which are Judge Ross Bilbrey and Judge Robert Hilliard. The county seat is Milton.


We cover all of Santa Rosa County which includes, Milton, Gulf Breeze, Bagdad, Navarre, Navarre Beach, and Pace.



Legal Resources For Santa Rosa County

  • Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office

Milton, Florida. (850) 983-1100

  • Santa Rosa County Courthouse

4000 Highway 90 # E, Milton , FL. (850) 981-5570

  • Milton Police Department

609 Alabama Street. Milton, FL. (850) 983-5420

  • Gulf Breeze Police Department

311 Fairpoint Drive. Gulf Breeze, FL. (850) 934-5121


Okalossa County

Okalossa County is located in the panhandle of Florida. Okalossa County is bordered by Alabama and the Gulf of Mexico. The population of the county is right around 185,000. The county has 4 local police departments who will all work very closely with Okalossa Sheriff's Office. The 4 police departments are Crestview Police Department, Fort Walton Beach Police Department, Niceville Police Department, and the Valparasio Police Department. Like most of the counties within the state of Florida, all of the law enforcement agencies do work side by side with Florida Highway Patrol.


Okalossa County is very proactive when it comes to catching motorists who may be speeding. The past year over 35,000 moving violations where issued for the county. More than half of these were due to unlawful speed. Florida Highway Patrol, along with the local police departments, use speed traps, marked and unmarked cars equipped with laser and radar guns, as well as aircraft to catch as many motorists as possible.


Okalossa County law enforcement agencies also have a no tolerance for people who violate Florida statute 322.34 and Florida statue 322.03. These are driving while license is suspended and driving without a valid drivers license. Both of these 2 violations can lead to a habitual offender. Do not let that happen to you, call our offices at once to see how we can help you. We can be reached at 1-800-Fight-it.


Okalossa County is part of the 1st Judical Circuit, and has 3 county judges that will hear your case. The county judges are Judge James A. Ward, Judge T.Patt Maney, and Judge Patricia Grinsted. The county seat is Crestview.


If you are facing criminal charges or have been issued a citation in any of the following locations, we can help. We handle cases in the following locations, Cinco Bayou, Crestview, Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Laurel Hill, Mary Esther, Niceville, Shalimar, Valaparaiso, Eglin Airforce Base, Blackman, Deerland, Seminole, Lake Lorraine, Ocean City, Wright, Baker, Holt, and Milligan.

Legal Resources For Okalossa County

  • Okalossa County Sheriff's Office

1250 Eglin Parkway. Shalimar, FL. (850) 651-7400

  • Okalossa County Courthouse

101 East James Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL. (850) 689-5800

  • Crestview Police Department

321 West Woodruff Ave. Crestview, FL. (850) 682-3544

  • Fort Walton Beach Police Department

7 Hollywood Blvd. Fort Walton Beach, FL. (850) 833-9533

  • Niceville Police Department

212 North Partin Dr. Niceville, FL. (850) 729-4030

  • Valparasio Police Department

465 Valparsio Pkwy. Valparasio, FL. (850) 729-5400


Suwannee County


Legal Resources For Suwannee County

  • Suwannee County Sheriff's Office

200 South Ohio/ MLK Ave. Live Oak, FL. (386) 362-2222

  • Suwannee County Courthouse

200 South Ohio/ MLK Ave. Live Oak, FL. (386) 362-0500

  • Live Oak Police Department

844 Pinewood Way SW. Live Oak, FL. (386) 362-7463


Taylor County



if you received a citation or criminal violation in Taylor County, Florida or the areas of Perry, Athena, Bucell Junction, Clara, Dekle Beach, Eridu, Fenholloway, Fish Creek, Foley, Hampton Springs, Iddo, Keaton Beach, Lakebird, Pinland, Salem, Shady Grove, Steinhatchee, or Tennille






Legal Resources For Taylor County

  • Taylor County Sheriff's Office

108 North Jefferson St. Perry, FL. (850) 584-4225

  • Taylor County Courthouse

108 North Jefferson St. Perry, FL. (850) 838-3506

  • Perry Police Department

211 South Washington Street. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-5121


Union County


Legal Resources For Union County

  • Union County Sheriff's Office

55 West Main Street. Lake Butler, FL. (386) 496-2501

  • Union County Courthouse

55 West Main Street. Lake Butler, FL. (386) 496-3711


Madison County

Madison County is located in northern Florida, right near the Georgia Border. Madison County is one of the 5 dry counties of the state of Florida. A small county with a population around 20,000. The prime law enforcement of Madison County include the Madison County Sheriff's Office, Florida Highway Patrol and Madison Police Department. In the last year close to 7,000 moving violations were issued. More than half of these were issued by Florida Highway Patrol and were for unlawful speeding. The other violations that were issued included such offenses as running a red light, running a stop sign, or careless driving.


Since the county is dry, they have a low arrest rate for DUI. Last year they saw just over 50 DUI arrests, but over 600 other criminal citations were issued. If you have received a criminal citation for driving without a license, driving with a suspended license or any other criminal infarctions in Madison County, our offices can help. Please call us at 1-800-Fight-it to discuss the facts surrounding your case.

Madison County is part of the 3rd Judicial Circuit. The county has one judge, who is Judge Hugh Wetzel Blair. Judge Blair has been serving Madison County since 1977. The county seat is Madison.


We cover cases in all of Madison County which includes, Madison, Lee and Greenville.



Legal Resources For Madison County

  • Madison County Sheriff's Office

125 SW Range Ave. Madison, FL. (850) 973-4151

  • Madison County Courthouse

125 SW Range Ave. Madison, FL. (850) 973-1500

  • Madison Police Department

310 SW Rutledge Street. Madison, FL. (850) 973-5077



Liberty County

Liberty County is located in the panhandle of Florida. With a population below 8,000, Liberty County is the least populated county in the state of Florida. More than half the county is occupied by the Apalachiocola National Forest. The law enforcement responsible for enforcing the laws of the county is the Liberty County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office works with the Florida Highway Patrol when it comes to ensuring the traffic laws of the county


Although the county is small, Florida Highway Patrol is still very aggressive when it comes to catching as many motorists as possible. Last year over 1.000 moving violations were issued. The main thing that caused Florida Highway Patrol to stop people where people who were driving above the posted speed limits.


The county seat, where one will find the courthouse, is Bristol. Liberty County is part of the 2nd Judicial Circuit and has one county judge. Judge Kenneth Hosford is responsible for hearing all county cases. Before you go against Judge Hosford, give our offices a call at 1-800-fight-it. Time is of the essence when it comes to legal matters, so call us right away and see how we can help you.


We serve all of Liberty County which includes, Bristol, Orange, Rock Bluff, Sumatra, Telogia, Wilma, and Woods.



Legal Resources for Liberty County

  • Liberty County Sheriff's Office

Pogo Street. Bristol, FL. (850) 643-2235

  • Liberty County Courthouse
  • 10818 NW State Road 20, Bristol FL. (850) 643-5226

Wakulla County




Legal Resources For Wakulla County

  • Wakulla County Sheriff's Office

15 Oak Street. Crawfordville, FL. (850) 926-0800

  • Wakulla County Courthouse

3056 Crawfordville Hwy .Crawfordville, FL (850) 926-0905

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