How Do I?
- Request a Deferred Disposition
- Request Driving Safety Course
- Request an Extension to Pay
- Request Community Service
- Request a Court Continuance
- Search Dockets
- Search Cases
If you are charged with a traffic offense, you may be eligible for a deferred disposition and have your violation dismissed. You may request a deferred disposition in person or in writing to dismiss the charge. However, you will lose that right if you do not request deferred disposition at the court on or before your initial appearance date.
If you are charged with a moving violation, you may request a driving safety course in person or in writing to dismiss the charge.
- The request must be made on or before the appearance date on the citation.
- If you were operating a motorcycle, you must take a motorcycle operator course.
- If you were the driver charged with not wearing a safety belt or transporting a child not in a safety belt or child passenger safety seat system you must take a driving safety course that includes four hours of seat belts and child passenger safety seat systems instruction.
You may request an extension to pay online if you need more time to pay your fine. If you are needing to request an additional extension to pay and you have already received a show cause hearing for your case you will need to submit your request to the Judge.
If you are able to pay half of your fine and court cost now and the other half at a later date, continue to the payment portal. If you are eligible, the option will be available on our online payment system.
If you are unable to pay your fines, you may submit a request for community service in lieu of the fine. If approved by the Judge, you will receive further instructions on handling your case.
To request a court hearing, you may submit your request online for a Court Continuance. If you are unable to appear in person for your court session, you will have the option to request a virtual appearance.
Our court cases are online available to the public to search and obtain information about your case.