Clerk of the Court
How do you take a traffic
ticket to court in Calhoun County? In Calhoun County, if you want to fight a traffic ticket, it will be heard in County
Court. The major
cities of Calhoun County include: Altha, and Blountstown. If you received a traffic ticket in Calhoun County you are not alone.
Last year 4,150 traffic citations were issued in Calhoun County alone. In order to find out more information about a traffic ticket, pay a civil traffic citation,
or elect to attend a driver improvement
course you can contact the Calhoun County
Clerk of the Court at:
Clerk of the Court
425 E. Central Avenue Room 130
Blountstown, FL 32424
If your ticket number
is not showing up in the Court system you may need to try back. It sometimes takes a few weeks for the issuing agency to submit
the citation to the Clerk’s office. You have thirty (30) days to pay a traffic ticket, request a hearing, or elect traffic
paying a traffic citation, or electing traffic school you should discuss your case with an experienced traffic ticket
attorney in Calhoun County. Paying your
traffic tickets could result in points on your license, higher insurance rates, or possible even the suspension of your driver‘s
Pursuant to provisions of the Florida Constitutions, which have governed the people for
over 150 years, the role of the Clerk of Courts has been established in three main areas: Clerk of the Circuit and County
Courts, Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners, including serving as accountant, auditor, and custodian of county funds,
and County Recorder.
Within these areas, the Clerk of Court as an elected public trustee sets in place at the county level
a system of "checks and balances" which has been proven to serve the public well.
Traffic Court Fines amounts were updated on July 2009.
Check with the Calhoun County Clerk of Courts to verify the current traffic ticket fine amount.
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