Seminole County: Sanford Traffic Tickets

Sanford Traffic Ticket Defense

Did you received a traffic ticket in Seminole County, Florida? Submit the form below for fast Traffic Lawyer Representation!

Have an Sanford Traffic Lawyer Represent You

Once we receive the submission we will email you the information you need to hire us. Explaining our services and representation. If you sent your ticket number and county we may have already looked this up.

Seminole County Traffic Ticket Representation

We elect a hearing for you, deal with the court, and attend the hearing. You don’t have to do anything. If we need you to appear at the hearing (usually for a ticket involving an accident) we will let you know.

We will also let you know a) when we file our notice of representation, b) when the hearing date is, and c) what the result was.

OUR GOALS* are to have your ticket:

  • dismissed,
  • keep points off,
  • avoid traffic school, and/or
  • reduce the fine amount.

OVERDUE TICKETS: Tickets that are past the 30-day window and possibly in collections require special attention. Don’t worry – we can help you with that.

Seminole County Traffic Court Locations

Main Courthouse
101 Eslinger Blvd
Sanford, FL 32773

Information About Seminole County Traffic Tickets

For more information about Sanford, Longwood, Casselberry, and Oviedo traffic tickets, such as:

– Speeding Tickets
– Mandatory hearings
– Toll Tickets
– Red Light Camera Tickets
– Suspended Driver’s Licenses
– …and more

⚖ Florida Traffic Ticket Defense


*None of that may occur. By electing a hearing the court can assess a fine up to $500 (usually for a very bad recent driving record, very high speed, or behavior at the stop) and/or require you to attend a driving school. Our results depend on your driving history and the nature of the current ticket (and what happened at the stop). Our main goal is to protect your privilege to drive in Florida or whatever state you are from (keeping points off is a priority). If you are just worried about points you can elect the driving school option without an attorney so long as you do not have a CDL license and have not elected a driving school in the last year and your ticket does not require a mandatory hearing. (The Florida Bar prohibits attorneys from guaranteeing results.)