To Support Safer at Home Orders, Court Offers Telephone, Online Payment & Scheduling Options
For individuals who are experiencing financial or other difficulty related to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and are unable to pay or need an extension for their Traffic and Non-Traffic Infraction matters, the Court has options available to assist. The actions below, once completed, will result in the Court sending a request to release a Driver’s License Hold from DMV.
- Filing an Ability to Pay Petition
- Establishing a Payment Plan
- Requesting a reduction in the monthly payment amount
- Requesting an Extension of a Payment Plan due date
- Requesting a Trial by Declaration without having to post bail
- Requesting an Extension of Community Service completion date by calling the Court
- Extension of a Traffic School completion date
- Scheduling a court date in June or beyond or establishing a Payment Plan to remove a DMV license hold now
For questions and assistance, contact the Court’s new Call Centers. Numbers for live assistance at the Call Centers are provided as well as automated assistance numbers.
For cases already referred to collections, the Court will take no action for 90 days from April 10, 2020 if the cases remain unpaid. Defendants do not need to contact the Clerk’s Office or Call Centers to take advantage of this relief.
Please visit the Court’s Traffic webpage or call one of the Call Centers below for more information and assistance.
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