How To Handle Your Citation
The following Offenses must plea before the Judge in Open Court. A notice will be mailed to the address listed on the citation - if the address listed on the citation is incorrect, notify the court and provide the correct address.
- Juveniles - All Offenses (must appear with parent/guardian)
- Minors - Alcohol Offenses
- Assault Family Violence (Contact the Court for Information)
Allow three business days for the court to receive and process your ticket.
Can I Handle My Citation Without Going To Court?
In most cases, yes. Refer to the information in the following sections "Can My Citation Be Dismissed?", "My Citation Cannot Be Dismissed, I Must Plea.", and "I Have Determined My Plea. What's Next?".
Can My Citation Be Dismissed?
If your Citation does not qualify for a dismissal, you will have to submit a Plea. Review the plea information and determine your plea.
I Have Determined My Plea. What's Next?
After you have determined your plea, review and select one of these four options to handle your citation.
- Option Number 1: Pay Citation - Final Judgment. (No Contest or Guilty Plea)
- Option Number 2: Request a Driving Safety Course. (No Contest or Guilty Plea)
- Option Number 3: Request Deferred Disposition. (No Contest or Guilty Plea)
- Option Number 4: Set for Trial. (Not Guilty Plea)
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