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Franklin County Court

Clerk of the Court

How do you take a traffic ticket to court in Franklin County? In Franklin County, if you want to fight a traffic ticket, it will be heard in County Court. The major cities of Franklin County include: Apalachicola, and Carrabelle. If you received a traffic ticket in Franklin County you are not alone. Last year 2,888 traffic citations were issued in Franklin 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 Franklin County Clerk of the Court at:

Franklin County Clerk of the Court
33 Market Street #203
Apalachicola, FL 32320
(850) 653-8861


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 school.

Before paying a traffic citation, or electing traffic school you should discuss your case with an experienced traffic ticket attorney in Franklin County. Paying your traffic tickets could result in points on your license, higher insurance rates, or possible even the suspension of your driver‘s license.

On or after October 1, 2002, any person preparing or filing a document for recordation in the Official Records may not include a social security number in such document, unless required by law.

Any person has a right to request a county recorder to remove, from an image or copy of an official record placed on a county recorder's publicly available Internet website or on a publicly available Internet website used by a county recorder to display public records or otherwise made electronically available to the general public, any social security number contained in an official record. Such request must be made in writing and delivered by mail, facsimile, or electronic transmission, or delivered in person, to the county recorder. The request must specify the identification page number that contains the social security number to be redacted. A fee may not be charged for the redaction of a social security number pursuant to such a request.

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