A Criminal Traffic Offense is a violation that may subject a defendant, upon conviction, to incarceration. Criminal offenses require a court appearance and can carry penalties including fines/costs, probation, and/or incarceration.
Some examples of a Criminal Traffic Offense include, but are not limited to:
- Attaching tag not assigned
- Driving while license suspended/revoked
- No valid driver's license
- Reckless driving
- How long do I have to pay my traffic citation?
- What happens if my traffic citation is not paid timely?
- How can I obtain my driver's license history?
- What forms of payment do you accept?
- Where can I pay my court fines, fees, and other costs?
- Do you accept payments via telephone?
- When is my next court date?
- What if I cannot pay my traffic citation within 30 calendar days?
- How do I elect to attend a driver improvement course for my citation?
- What are the benefits of attending driver improvement school?
- What happens if I do not attend the driver improvement school I elected?
- What happens if my ticket is not paid timely?
- Who do I contact if my citation/case has been turned over to the collection agency?
- What is a D-6 clearance?
- How can I seek return of a cash bond after it has been forfeited or estreated by the Court for failure of the defendant to appear in court?