Traffic Ticket Information

Instructions For Payable Traffic Violations

The following information is provided to assist you in handling the traffic citation you have received. Please read carefully so you understand all options available to you.

Warning:  If you do not wish to appear in court, and your appearance is not mandatory as indicated on the yellow Uniform Traffic Citation, you must choose one of the following options. Transactions for any option selected must be received in the Clerk’s Office within 30 days, as indicated on the citation. Failure to choose an option will result in the immediate suspension of your driver’s license and additional costs will be assessed.

Option 1. Mail Payment

Make your cashiers check or money order payable to the Clerk Of Courts, according to the schedule of civil payments below. Funds Must Be Drawn On A U.S. Bank. Enclose your Uniform Traffic Citation and payment in the attached preaddressed envelope. Do Not Mail Cash. By selecting this option, points may be assessed against your license.

Payments can now be made with a credit card by using our Online Services.

 

Add $16.00 late fee if not paid within 30 days.

 

Option 2. Request To Attend Traffic School

(Points will not be assessed against your license.)

Driver Improvement School Information (DIS) Affidavit

 

Schedule of Payments 

 

OPTION 1

OPTION 2

Violation Type

Guilty Plea
(Points Assessed)

Driving School Elected
(No Points Assessed)

Speeding Violations
(MPH over the limit)

 

 

1-9

$126.00

$126.00

10-14

$201.00

$201.00

15-19

$251.00

$251.00

20-29

$276.00

$276.00

30+

$351.00

N/A

 

 

 

Other Moving Violations

$161.00

$161.00

Non-Moving Violations

$111.00

N/A

Seat Belt Violations

$111.00

N/A

Child restraint

$161.00

$161.00

Failure to Stop for School Bus

$266.00 

$266.00 

Failure to stop for redlight

$226.00 

 $226.00

Fail to Move Over for Emergency Vehicle

$131.00

$131.00

 

Contact Information:

Contacting the Madison County Clerk of Court concerning Traffic Tickets is easy using one of the following options.

Phone: (850) 973 1500

Fax: (850) 973 2059

Mail:
P.O. Box 237
Madison, FL 32341-0237


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Online Services

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MyFloridaCounty.com is a service of Florida's Clerks of Court. The website provides several online services that are fast, convenient and secure. Click on the links below to access the services which are also available en español.

 

Click here to Search and Order Official Records OnlineSearch and Order Official Records

Official Records are documents required or authorized to be recorded in one general series called "Official Records". Search thousands of records across counties, all in one place. Frequently ordering records? Create an account for streamlined checkout. Records can also be purchased online.

 

Click here to Pay Traffic Citations OnlinePay Traffic Citations

Pay securely by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX or Discover) or debit card. Elect to attend or decline traffic school during the payment process.

 

 

Click here to Pay Child Support Online Pay Child Support

Non-custodial parents and employers can pay online with a credit card or direct debit from a bank account. Inquiry on a case’s payment history is also available online.

 

MyFloridaRemit.com websiteAvoid the hassle of sending child support checks each month and pay online. Use MyFloridaRemit.com for all child support payments made using the electronic check (e-check) payment method. The services are also available en español.

 

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Other Clerk of Court Services

Online Services provide access to official records and online payments for traffic tickets and child support.

 

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The Florida ePortal web site provides eFiling and eRecording capability to users with a single statewide login. Users may utilize the ePortal web interface to submit documents to Clerks and Recorders.

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Find information about the Courts, public records, research how to file a small claims case or find an official record.

The Clerk's office performs nearly 1,000 different constitutional and statutory functions or duties, representing the broadest and most diverse mantle of responsibility of any locally elected official. Find out more about the many things we do and the many ways we can help you at MyFloridaClerks.com