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The following is a brief description of your options after you receive a civil traffic complaint and the steps involved in the various court processes. Your traffic complaint has a check box to the right of the violation description.
If the check box to the right of the violation description is checked CIVIL TRAFFIC you may choose one of four options or may appear on or before the date and time shown on your civil traffic complaint to resolve your case.
If you have multiple violations on your civil traffic complaint, you will need to indicate your choice for each violation. You must appear on the scheduled date and time and be ready to present evidence and examine witnesses in front of a Judge or Hearing Officer. At your hearing, you may bring witnesses and you will have the opportunity to present your case before a judge. Once the hearing is held and if at the conclusion of your hearing you are found responsible, you can NO longer attend Defensive Driving School and you are responsible for paying any fine that is imposed.
Payments can be made on-line, by telephone, by mail or in person. The court does NOT accept personal checks if you are past due. Please note: It is the defendant's responsibility to follow up with the court to ensure that the payment or correspondence sent by mail was received by the court and that all charges have been resolved on or before the court date on your citation.
Jump to sub If you received more than one charge on your Complaint, the Defensive Driving program option is available for only ONE of the eligible minor traffic charges. All other violations must be taken care of with the court on or before your appearance date.
Please come to the court to request a civil traffic hearing.
You may request a civil traffic hearing by mail by following the instructions on the Request a Documentary Hearing option. The hearing will not be held on your original appearance date.
Waive your right to a hearing, enter a plea of responsible and pay the fine. You do not have to appear in court.
Payment must be received by the court prior to your court date. We suggest allowing at least 5 days for mailed payments.