If you were issued a traffic citation in Florida, you should consult with an experienced ticket defense attorney. A single moving violation conviction on your driving record can have a significant impact on your insurance rates for many years, and it could affect your job opportunities. Multiple traffic tickets could even result in the suspension or revocation of your driving privileges.
Below is a directory of the Clerks of Courts in Florida. Click on the County where you received the traffic ticket to go to the website of that County's Clerk of Courts. You can find the address and phone number to track the status of your traffic ticket, DUI, or criminal case online. You may also find links to search Court records or to pay traffic citations online. Just remember, do not pay your traffic citation before consulting with a traffic ticket lawyer that practices in the County where you received the ticket.
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