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Just paying your Seminole County traffic ticket would mean that you would have to accept the points on your license that are applicable as a result of the Seminole traffic ticket. And those points could lead to an increase in the insurance rates that you pay. Therefore, you should try to avoid having any points on your license. Fortunately, under some circumstances, you may avoid any points by electing the traffic school option. However, before you decide, you should call us.
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The Law Offices of J. Manuel Acevedo, P.A., are located at 116 North Park Avenue in Sanford, Florida, 32771.
Attorney Acevedo is a lawyer admitted to practice law in Florida, has clients from Florida, the United States, and other countries, and primarily
serves Seminole County, Volusia County, Orange County, and Lake County, and the following cities: Sanford, Longwood, Lake Mary, Heathrow,
Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Oviedo, Goldenrod, Fern Park, Forest City, Midway, Geneva, Chuluota, Winter Springs, Wekiva Springs, Deland, Deltona,
Orange City, Debary, Lake Helen, Daytona, Deleon Springs, Orlando, Apopka, Maitland, Lockhart, Azalea Park, Winter Park, Mount Dora, Tavares, and Eustis.
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Depending on the facts of your case, we may be able to take care of your Seminole traffic ticket or have it dismissed without you going to Court. We will go for you. Also, we may be able to help you keep any any points off of your record without you going to traffic school. And, having attorney Acevedo as your Seminole traffic ticket lawyer is more affordable than you may think.
As you probably know, your license could be suspended as a result of you receiving too many points within a certain period of time. Twelve points in twelve months could lead to a suspension of up to thirty days, eighteen points in eighteen months could mean a suspension of up to three months, and twenty four points in thirty six months, a suspension of up to one year.
The most common traffic tickets carry three or four points, although a few traffic infractions carry six points. So regardless of whether you have received a number of traffic tickets as a result of several stops by the police or if you have received a number of traffic tickets as a result of one stop, the points can add up.
If you have been cited for speeding, running a stop sign, improper lane change, careless driving, or have received an Seminole County traffic ticket for some other civil traffic infraction, you should know that if you just elect to pay the traffic ticket, any applicable points will be assessed against your driving record.
If you get too many points, that Seminole County traffic
ticket could lead to a suspension of your driving privileges
And even if your driver license is not likely to be suspended, a
few points on your license could cause your insurance to go up
Fortunately, we may be able to have your Seminole County
traffic ticket dismissed and you may not even have to go to Court
Before Seminole County was established, the area that today comprises Seminole County was part of Orange County with Mellonville (now part of Sanford) as its county seat. However, in 1856, the county seat was moved to Orlando.

In 1875, Henry Sanford, founder of the town of Sanford, made an appeal to the Orange County Commission to move the Orange County seat to Sanford. The County's rejection of Sanford's plans began a rivalry of sorts, and for years thereafter, the creation of Seminole County was often discussed. Then in 1912, the discussions regarding the formation of Seminole County gained momentum and in 1913, the Florida Legislature established Seminole County. After the split, the old rivalry subsided and residents from both counties celebrated the creation of Seminole County.

Sanford became the Seminole County seat and the newly formed Seminole County saw "fireworks." Wanting to celebrate the birth of Seminole County, the residents rolled out a cannon that was traditionally fired on special occasions. Unfortunately, the eager Seminole County residents overloaded the old cannon and when they fired it, the old cannon blew apart. Today, that cannon barrel, now painted white, serves as the flagpole stand in front of the building that houses the Greater Sanford Chamber of Commerce.

Credit: Jim Robison and Mark Andrews | Flashbacks: The Story of Central Florida's Past | Orange County Historical Society | The Orlando Sentinel