Seminole County

Seminole County Traffic Ticket Attorneys

Seminole County Criminal Justice Center

Seminole County, Florida is located near Orlando. The most recent population of Seminole County, Florida was 410,000. The county seat is located in Sanford, Florida and that is the location of the county courthouse, called the Criminal Justice Center. There are actually four courthouses in Seminole County. The Seminole Criminal Justice Center is located at 101 Bush Boulevard, Sanford, FL 32773. The other courthouse (civil only) is located at 301 North Park Avenue, Sanford, FL 32771, and 995 North State Road 434, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

Law enforcement in Seminole County, Florida issued over 71,000 moving violations last year. Unlike some other counties, only one-third of these violations were for speeding. Red light citations made up almost as many citations as speeding tickets. The cities within Seminole County wrote most of the red light tickets in the county. There is a huge push from the safety office of the Department of Transportation to enforce traffic regulations within the State. The Seminole County Sheriffs Office is assisted in its law enforcement duties by Altamonte, Cassleberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford, Seminole Airport, and Winter Springs police departments.

Seminole and Brevard Counties make up Florida’s Eighteeneth Judicial Circuit. Seminole County has six County Court Judges. Those Judges include Carmine Bravo, Jerri Collins, Ralph Eriksson, Mark Herr, Donald Marblestone, and John Woodard.

If you have a criminal violation or you have received a moving violation in Seminole County, Florida please call our office immediately so we can discuss the facts of your case.