Driver’s License Suspensions:
Q: My driver’s license is scheduled for suspension during the time the courthouses are closed to the public. How can I resolve my case while the courthouses are closed to the public?
A: see below
- The Courts and Clerk of Courts will not be issuing driver’s license suspensions during the period that the courthouses are closed to the public due to COVID-19.
Please visit the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida for Administrative Order 20-04 and all subsequent administrative orders. All deadlines that fall within the time that the courthouses are closed to the public are extended until further order of the court.
- If a driver’s license suspension is related to outstanding traffic citations
- Drivers have a 30-day window from the date the citation was issued to elect to pay the citation, register for traffic school, or set it for court.
- If the driver elected to pay the citation, please see Payments for the Clerk's On-line and Automated Phone Service payment options.
- If the driver chooses to set the case for court, those previously scheduled court dates that fall within the time the courthouses are closed to the public due to COVID-19 will be re-scheduled and you will be notified for a Remote Hearing via video/phone appearance.
- For additional questions regarding outstanding traffic citations and driver’s license suspensions, please call the Clerk's Automated Phone Service at 305-275-1111.
Q: My driver’s license was suspended before the Courthouses were closed to the public. How can I make a payment and have my driver’s license reinstated?
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