Holmes County is a rural county located in the panhandle of Florida. The population of the county is estimated to be around 20,000. The major police department of the county is the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office. Bonifay Police Department are also active within the county. The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office works very closely with Florida Highway Patrol to ensure that all the laws of the county are being enforced. Both of the agencies are very proactive and one can expect to find them along Interstate 10 to catch as many motorists as possible.
Florida Highway Patrol uses speed traps, aircraft’s, marked and unmarked cars as well as radar and laser guns to see how many motorists they can catch breaking the law. Last year over 3,2000 moving violations were issued. Both departments are also very aggressive when it comes to criminal violations. These criminal violations can range from driving with a suspended license, driving under the influence, aggressive driving an many other criminal violations.
If you have been convicted of a criminal charges or any moving violations in Holmes County, our team of lawyers can help you. We have been working with law enforcement officials over for quite some time, so let our team of experts help you. We can be reached at 1-800-Fight-It so we can discuss the details of your case.
Holmes County is part of the 14th Judicial circuit. The county has one county judge who is Judge Owen N. Powell and one circuit court judge who is Judge Allen Register. The county seat for the county is Bonifay.
Our offices can help people in the following locations, Bonifay, Esto, Noma, Ponce De Leon, and Westville
Legal Resources For Holmes County
- Holmes County Sheriff’s Office
211 N. Oklahoma Street. Bonifay, FL. (850) 547-3681
- Holmes County Courthouse
224 N. Waukesha Street. Bonifay, FL. (850) 547-1100
- Bonifay Police Department
809 S. Waukesha Street. Bonifay, FL. (850) 547-3661