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