A ticket that is dismissed in court by the Judge will not go on your record.
The Court does not report any violations to your insurance company.
It is your responsbility to follow-up with the court on your request.
What happens if I miss my court date and my fine has not been paid?
Your insurance company has the right to review your driving record.
If your insurance company reviews your driving history and sees traffic offenses on it, the insurance company then decides how the violation(s) will affect your rates. You may request a continuance of your court date by sending your request to [email protected]
The fact that the Court has allowed the evidence to be presented does not mean that the evidence will be credited or believed by the Court or that it is considered to be conclusive as to the issues covered by the evidence.
Can I present evidence other than the testimony of witnesses?
A failure to pay your fine and/or to appear in court, may result in a late fee of .00.
A license suspension form is also submitted to Department of Driver Services, which adds a fee of .00. If you’re not able to pay the full amount, you will need to come to court.
If you make an objection, you should stand up, state your objection and its basis as briefly as possible, and allow the Court to consider the objection.