1) You missed court and you lost your hearing.
2) You can apply for reconsideration or retrial, but the Court is under no obligation to grant you the same.
3) DMV controls the administrative suspension of your ability to re-register your vehicle and they will not - under any circumstances whatsoever - permit you to do so until they receive compliance documents from the complaining authority (whatever municipality that issued them).
4) You cannot avoid the suspension by county-shopping. It is a State wide system.
5) Even if the municipality does grant you new hearings on all 3 unpaid, delinquent and defaulted citations you will almost certainly spend more time, money and aggravation then you will if you merely pay them.
6) Illegal or not if you continue to park where you get cited then you are poking the bear... which is almost never a good move... so, once you re-register, park somewhere else... lawfully.
I hope that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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Vehicle registration is overseen by the State of Florida, not any county The unpaid parking tickets were transmitted to the DHSMV in Tallahassee, so going to another county will not help you.
While aggravating and unfair, it will probably be cheaper and less stress if you just paid the parking citations.
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