Civil Traffic Offenses

Civil traffic violations include, but are not limited to, speeding, failure to provide proof of registration, a valid driver's license, car insurance, and failure to obey a traffic control device. The court also handles parking and city ordinance violations.
  1. Civil Traffic & Parking Violation Hearings

    Learn what to expect at a public hearing.

  2. Civil Traffic Only

    When you receive a citation that contains a civil traffic offense only, you are afforded several options to resolve the charge.

  3. Driver's License Violations

    If the charge is for failure to provide or carry a valid driver's license, the fine can be suspended by providing a valid driver's license.

  4. Equipment Violations

    Proof of correction of an equipment or mechanical violation may reduce the fine if receipts of repair or purchase are provided to the court.

  5. Insurance Violations

    If you provide proof to the Court showing that the vehicle involved was insured on the date and time the complaint was issued, the charge will be dismissed. Review more information about the most recent statute.

  6. Moving Violation Points

    Civil traffic moving violations are eligible offenses for the Defensive Driving School (DDS). If you successfully complete the school, the charge will be dismissed and no points will be placed on your driving record.