I received a traffic infraction, what do I do?
There are three options to take care of a traffic ticket. Please note your choice on the back of the ticket.
  • Pay the ticket.
  • Mitigated Hearing - admit that you committed the infraction but have an explanation for the circumstances. You can send your explanation through the mail or you can give your explanation in person by requesting a hearing. /li>
  • Contested Hearing - challenge the infraction and request a court date to see the judge.

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1. How do I find my court date?
2. What do I do if I have been called to jury duty?
3. I received a traffic infraction, what do I do?
4. When is Court in Session?
5. Can I reschedule my court date? Can I get a different time?
6. What happens if I fail to appear?
7. Can I find out if I have a warrant(s)?
8. If I come into court for my warrant will I go to jail?
9. Where can I make a payment after 5:00 pm?
10. Can I pay with a credit or debit card?
11. Can I make payments online?
12. Can I make monthly payments?
13. I can't make my payments, what should I do?
14. What happens if I miss my payment?
15. Why is my ticket at collections?
16. Can I do community service in lieu of payments?
17. Does the Court defer tickets?
18. How do I keep the traffic infraction off of my driving record?
19. How do I request Court documents?
20. How do I find out if someone is in jail?
21. How do I clear my license after I pay the fines?
22. Do you have the phone number for other courts?
23. How do I get a No Contact Order dropped?