Gadsden County Traffic Tickets

Gadsden County is a county located in the panhandle of the state of Florida. The population is approximately 45,087. The U.S. Census Bureau 2005 estimate for the county is 46,428. Its county seat is Quincy, Florida. Gadsden County is the only predominantly African-American county in Florida. Quincy, the county seat, is on U.S. Highway 90 about midway between Pensacola and Jacksonville Florida. There are several municipalities located in Gadsden County, including: Midway, Havana, Quincy, and Chattahoochee. Each of these cities has its own police department with authority to write traffic tickets. In addition, the Florida Highway Patrol constantly patrols Interstate 90, which runs directly through Gadsden County. If you receive a citation, Gadsden County/Quincy traffic ticket lawyer Ian Nesbeth, may be able to help.


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Less than half an hour from the hustle and bustle of the Florida State capital, life in Gadsden County is decidedly more laid-back, offering the best of both worlds. Rolling hills, rich history, abundant recreational opportunities, a thriving arts culture community and historical architecture combine to make Gadsden an interesting and beautiful place. Individuals who hire Gadsden County/Quincy Traffic Lawyer Ian Nesbeth have the peace of mind in knowing they are represented by an aggressive attorney who strives to get his clients the results they deserve.

Gadsden County traffic lawyer Ian Nesbeth's main focus is winning the case. However, we know that avoiding points on a client's driving record is of paramount importance. Florida uses a point system. Accumulating too many points can not only cause your insurance rates to increase, it can also result in your driver's license being suspended.


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The vast majority of people pay for a Gadsden County/Quincy traffic ticket after receiving it, not knowing the harsh consequences that can result. If you recently paid a Gadsden County/Quincy traffic ticket you may still be able to avoid the points on your license. If you paid the fine for a Gadsden County/Quincy traffic ticket or citation in the last 60 days and you did not know at the time of the payment that paying the fine would lead to a conviction and assessment of points for the traffic infraction you may still be able to avoid the points. You should immediately contact Gadsden County/Quincy experienced traffic ticket attorney Ian Nesbeth to discuss the possibility of setting aside the conviction. But, you must act within 60 days from the date you paid the fine on the traffic ticket. Remember, it doesn't cost anything to ask Gadsden County/Quincy traffic lawyer Ian Nesbeth for a consultation, It's Free.


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